Text: Edgar Allan Poe (ed. Killis Campbell), “Song of Triumph,” The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, Ginn and Company, 1917, p. 138


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[page 138, continued:]

SONG OF TRIUMPH

Who is king but Epiphanes?

Say — do you know?

Who is king but Epiphanes?

Bravo! — bravo!

There is none but Epiphanes,

No — there is none:

So tear down the temples,

And put out the sun!

Who is king but Epiphanes?

Say — do you know?

Who is king but Epiphanes?

Bravo! — bravo!

 


[[Variants]]

[The following variant appears at the bottom of page 137:]

8 [Song of Triumph] S.L.M. and 1840 repeat after this line the first four lines of the poem.

 


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Notes:

None.

 

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[S:0 - KCP, 1917] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works - Song of Triumph (ed. K. Campbell, 1917)