Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (ALL through ANGELS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 23-34 (This material is protected by copyright)


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For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
To take things seriously or all in jest; 1 9 12 TEMP
And in the meantime, to prevent all bother, 1 10 25 TEMP
Of all the cities, and I’ve seen no few — 1 10 41 TEMP
The hearts of all the ladies are with him, 1 11 65 TEMP
And spite all dogmas current in all ages, 1 11 77 TEMP
My heart, of all that soothes its pain 1 17 7 OCT
All mystery but a simple name, 1 27 21 TAMA
Yes! she [was] worthy of all love! 1 30 109 TAMA
From all our little cares apart, 1 30 128 TAMA
Our earthly life, and love — and all. 1 31 143 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love! 1 31 144 TAMA
With ray of the all living light 1 31 155 TAMA
The world with all its train of bright 1 31 160 TAMA
All was an undefin’d delight) 1 32 162 TAMA
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 32 175 TAMA
Of half the world, as all my own, 1 33 206 TAMA
Dim! tho’ looking on all bright! 1 37 322 TAMA
Above all cities? in her hand 1 37 329 TAMA
Their destinies? with all beside 1 37 330 TAMA
For all we live to know — is known; 1 39 386 TAMA
And all we seek to keep — hath flown; 1 39 387 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
For all was flown that made it so — 1 39 393 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love — 1 41 144 TAMB
With ray of the all-living light 1 41 155 TAMB
The world, with all its train of bright 1 41 160 TAMB
All was an undefin’d delight.) 1 41 162 TAMB
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 42 175 TAMB
Of half the world as all my own 1 42 206 TAMB
Above all cities? in her hand 1 44 329 TAMB
Their destinies? in all beside 1 44 330 TAMB
Upon that spot as upon all, 1 48 86 TAMF
Was she not worthy of all love? 1 48 113 TAMF
The world and all it did contain, 1 49 140 TAMF
On earth of all we hope in Heaven! 1 51 184 TAMF
Shed all the beauty of her noon, 1 52 208 TAMF
O, she was worthy of all love! 1 56 86 TAMH
The world, and all it did contain 1 57 117 TAMH
Of half the world as all my own, 1 57 131 TAMH
Above all cities? in her hand 1 59 167 TAMH
Their destinies? in all beside 1 59 168 TAMH
On Earth, of all we hope in Heaven! 1 59 178 TAMH
Shed all the splendor of her noon, 1 60 202 TAMH
For all we live to know is known 1 60 209 TAMH
And all we seek to keep hath flown — 1 60 210 TAMH
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
For all had flown who made it so. 1 60 214 TAMH
The world all love before thee: 1 66 4 SONG
Was all on Earth my aching sight 1 66 7 SONG
Was all on Earth my chain’d sight 1 66 7A SONG
Was all on Earth my fetter’d sight 1 66 7C SONG
The world all love before thee. 1 66 16 SONG
Of Paradise and Love — and all our own! 1 69 33 DREA
Alone of all on earth — unknown 1 71 2 SPIRA
Not one, of all the crowd, to pry 1 72 3 SPIRD
While all the world were chiding, 1 79 10 ADRE
Upon that spot — as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEA
Upon that spot, as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEF
Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes. 1 91 2 SCI
Who alterest all things with thy piercing eyes. 1 91 2BC SCI
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 100 12 ALAAR
And all the opal’d air in color bound. 1 101 41 ALAAR
All hurriedly she knelt upon a bed 1 101 42 ALAAR
All other loveliness: its honied dew 1 101 52 ALAAR
All other loveliness: — ’twas dropped from Heaven 1 101 52H ALAAR
In Heaven, and all its environs, the leaf 1 101 60 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the merest word of all. 1 104 127 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the veriest word of all. 1 104 127F ALAAR
All Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128 ALAAR
Where all my love is folly and the crowd 1 104 135 ALAAR
With all thy train, athwart the moony sky — 1 105 144 ALAAR
And hallow’d all the beauty twice again, 1 106 25 ALAAR
She paus’d and panted, Zanthe! all beneath, 1 108 57 ALAAR
All hindering things: 1 109 93F ALAAR
All softly in ear, 1 111 145 ALAAR
Seraphs in all but “Knowledge,” the keen light 1 111 159 ALAAR
For nearest of all stars was thine to ours — 1 114 242 ALAAR
Are lips — and all thy melody 1 132 3 BOWERS
For the tears that drip all over. 1 140 4 FAIRY1
And all I lov’d — I lov’d alone — 1 146 8 ALONE
To cure his love — was cured of all beside — 1 150 8 ACROS
As for Locke, he is all in my eye, 1 151 1 LOCKE
And quiet all away in jest — 1 157 30 INTRO
And all the fires are fading away. 1 158 49 INTRO
All a long summer night — 1 159 3 MYST
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 160 10 MYST
Dreamy maidens all the day, 1 160 13 MYST
Or is it all but a dream, my dear? 1 161 10 FAIRY2
Be all ingratitude requited. 1 161 19 FAIRY2
In my own country all the way 1 162 30 FAIRY2
For the tears that drip all over! 1 162 44 FAIRY2
And all the listening things/ 1 174 13 ISRA
Imbued with all the beauty 1 174 22 ISRA
Of his voice, all mute. 1 175 7 ISRG
Imbued with all the beauty 1 176 27 ISRG
All beauty sleeps: and lo! where lies 1 183 22 IRENE1
“Then, for thine own all radiant sake 1 184 36.3B IRENE1
The lady sleeps: the dead all sleep — 1 184 41 IRENE1
All Beauty sleeps! — and lo! where lies 1 187 16 IRENE2
Strange, above all, thy length of tress, 1 187 35 IRENE2
And this all solemn silentness! 1 187 36 IRENE2
And thine all solemn silentness! 1 187 36D IRENE2
Some vault all haughtily alone, 1 188 54D IRENE2
All things lovely — are not they 1 191 5 NISA
One and all, too far away? 1 191 6B NISA
All about unhappy things: 1 192 14 NISA
Or the sun ray dripp’d all red 1 192 23 NISA
All banner-like, above a grave. 1 193 44 NISB
In the midst of which all day 1 195 7 NISE
In a strange city, all alone, 1 199 2 CITYA
Such dreariness a heaven at all. 1 199 19 CITYA
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 200 42 CITYA
All Hades from a thousand thrones 1 200 55B CITYA
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 202 27 CITYH
That I should not sing at all — 1 206 16 PAEAN
All motionless, 1 206 26 PAEAN
All perfum’d there, 1 206 26A PAEAN
To join the all-hallowed mirth 1 207 35 PAEAN
To show you all what fools you are. 1 211 2 EPIG
Thou wast that all to me, love, 1 214 1 PARA
Thou wast all to me, love, 1 214 1A PARA
Thou wast all that to me, love, 1 214 1KMP PARA
All wreathed with fairy fruits and flowers, 1 214 5 PARA
All wreath’d around about with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 5AC-G PARA
All wreathed round with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 58 PARA
All wreath’d with fairy fruits and flowers, 1 214 5P PARA
And all the flowers were mine. 1 214 6 PARA
And the flowers — they all were mine. 1 214 6AC-G PARA
Ambition — all — is o’er! 1 214 1513-G PARA
And all my days are trances, 1 215 21 PARA
And all mine hours are trances, 1 215 21A PARA
And all my hours are trances, 1 21S 218-G PARA
Now all my hours are trances, 1 215 21J PARA
Now all my hours are trances, 1 215 21LO PARA
And all my nightly dreams 1 215 22 PARA
And all my nights are dreams 1 215 22A PARA
All my Present and my Past, 1 218 10A-D HYMN
Than all Syria can furnish of wine! 1 219 12 LATIN
In boldness of design surpassing all. 1 222 14 ENIGMA
Which gathers all their glories in its own. 1 222 16 ENIGMA
But all is beautiful and still — 1 224 14 SLEEP
are they all — 1 229 30 COLIS
All of the famed, and the colossal left 1 229 31 COLIS
All of the great, and the colossal left 1 229 31A-D COLIS
All of the grand, and the colossal left 1 229 31E COLIS
All of the proud, and the colossal left 1 229 31FK COLIS
All of the fam’d, and the colossal left 1 229 31GH COLIS
“Not all” — the Echoes answer me — “not all! 1 229 33 COLIS
“From us, and from all Ruin, unto the wise, 1 229 35 COLIS
“With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 229 38 COLIS
“Not all our power is gone — not all our fame — 1 229 40 COLIS
“Not all the magic of our high renown — 1 229 41 COLIS
“Not all the wonder that encircles us — 1 229 42 COLIS
“Not all the mysteries that in us lie — 1 229 43 COLIS
“Not all the memories that hang upon 1 229 44 COLIS
Are all the fiddlers off (hiccup) 1 248 10 POLI
And all his numerous vices from the time 1 249 41 POLI
Is it so late? is it all gone? very well! 1 250 72 POLI
At all events the Count Castiglione 1 251 81 POLI
UGO. I see, oh I (hiccup!) see it all. 1 252 107 POLI
JACINTA. You see it all! 1 252 107 POLI
You do not see It all. Heaven grant me patience! 1 252 108 POLI
You do not see it all you do not see 1 252 109 POLI
(All of her jewels! — every one of them!) 1 252 115 POLI
(You shall have them all) a robe of sackcloth too 1 253 13 POLI
Should be caged in all weather 1 254 36 POLI
How could she dream, being herself all truth 1 254 47 POLI
For the life of one. After all I don’t see why 1 255 66 POLI
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
A glass of wine will put you all to rights. 1 255 84 POLI
He’s a fine fellow after all, San Ozzo! 1 257 123 POLI
No branch, they say, of all philosophy 1 259 54 POLI
She has any more jewels — no — no she gave me all. 1 262 40 POLI
But then I might have sworn it. After all, 1 262 50 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. O nothing — nothing at all. 1 265 8 POLI
DUKE. Nothing at all! 1 265 8 POLI
At nothing at all! 1 265 10 POLI
Of the Earl — whom all the world allows to be 1 265 22 POLI
All arm in arm we met this very man 1 265 29 POLI
Shall then absolve thee of all farther duties 1 269 37 POLI
’Tis hush’d and all is still! 1 270 79Ax POLI
That all is still? Alas, all is not still! 1 270 81Ax POLI
BALDAZZAR. ’Tis hushed and all is still! 1 270 86 POLI
POLITIAN. All is not still. 1 270 86 POLI
Be comforted! I know — I know it all, 1 272 7 POLI
By all I hold most sacred and most solemn — 1 273 36 POLI
By all my wishes now — my fears hereafter — 1 273 37 POLI
By all I scorn on earth and hope in heaven — 1 273 38 POLI
Throw over all things a gloom. 1 274 64 POLI
Throw over all things a shade. 1 274 64Ax POLI
With which all tongues are busy — a land new found — 1 274 66 POLI
of which all tongues are speaking — a land new found — 1 274 66A POLI
And Sorrow shall be no more, and Eros be all. 1 274 77 POLI
My all; — oh, wilt thou — wilt thou, Lalage, 1 275 85 POLI
I will not walk myself to death at all — 1 276 13 POLI
I am indeed! — but after all I think 1 276 20 POLI
I hate all humble people! — and then she talked 1 277 32 POLI
She gave you all these jewels? 1 277 38 POLI
She gave you all them jewels? 1 277 38Ax POLI
He might as well, for all the use he makes of it, 1 277 47 POLI
I’ll be all dignity, and I’ll talk thus 1 278 72 POLI
It’s he, by all that’s good, it is himself! 1 278 82 POLI
All this is very true. When saw you, sir, 1 279 23 POLI
All very true. Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, 1 280 31 POLI
If that we meet at all, it were as well 1 280 44.1AB POLI
’Twas a mistake? — undoubtedly — we all 1 281 56 POLI
Before all Rome I’ll taunt thee, villain, — 1 282 90 POLI
And sociable, and all that kind of thing 1 283 50 POLI
To lie all day in that especial manner 1 283 53 POLI
I cannot talk at all. It’s very strange 1 283 58 POLI
All rules of etiquette. This is a matter 1 284 95 POLI
More delicate, more proper, and all that — 1 284 101 POLI
You are a little — stiff — all very true. 1 284 109 POLI
And all that sort of thing — ha! ha! ha! ha! 1 285 135 POLI
These stones, alas! these grey stones are they all 1 287 37 POLI
All of the great and the colossal left 1 287 38 POLI
Not all the echoes answer me — not all: 1 287 40 POLI
From us and from all ruin unto the wise, 1 287 42 POLI
With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 287 45 POLI
Not all our power is gone — not all our Fame 1 287 47 POLI
Not all the magic of our high renown 1 287 48 POLI
Not all the wonder that encircles us 1 287 49 POLI
Not all the mysteries that in us lie 1 287 50 POLI
Not all the memories that hang upon 1 287 51 POLI
All beneath a smiling sky. 1 302 5 MAY
Are all at my command, 1 307 5 BRIDA
Are all at my command, 1 308 4 BRIDF
And my friends are all delighted 1 308 21 BRIDA
Are all at my command, 1 308 29 BRIDA
Fair isle, that from the fairest of all flowers, 1 311 1 ZANTE
Thy gentlest of all gentle names dolt take! 1 311 2 ZANTE
Transforming all! Thy charms shall please no more — 1 311 10 ZANTE
(This — all this — was in the olden 1 316 11 HAUNT
All.wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17A HAUNT
And all with pearl and ruby glowing 1 316 25 HAUNT
Out — out are the lights — out all! 1 326 33 WORM
While the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37 WORM
And the seraphs, all haggard and wan, 1 326 37A WORM
And the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37B-FHKL WORM
unbending that all men 1 328 1 STYL
For her most wrong’d of all the dead 1 335 26 LENA
For the dews that drip all over, 1 344 12 ROUTE
For the tears that drip all over; 1 344 12E ROUTE
And all day long 1 349 17 EULA
While all day long 1 349 17BCD EULA
all my soul within me burning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
all my sad soul into smiling, 1 367 67ABCEFHJLNPQRUW RAVEN
all my fancy into smiling, 1 367 67S RAVEN
Desolate yet all undaunted, 1 368 87 RAVEN
And his eyes have all the seeming 1 369 105 RAVEN
A bond where all the dearest ties 1 382 11 VANE
And hold this maxim all life long, 1 384 11 KING
Could fling, all lavishly and free, 1 385 2 FSO
While in its own all others share. 1 386 16 FSO
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
Compose a sound delighting all to hear — 1 389 18 VALA
All this you’d have no trouble in descrying 1 389 19C VALA
Strut about 1 all along 1 shore there 1 somewhere 1 1 394 3 MODD
Of all who hail thy presence as the morning — 1 400 1 MLS
Of all to whom thine absence is the night — 1 400 2 MLS
Of all to whom thy absence is the night — 1 400 2A MLS
The sacred sun — of all who, weeping, bless thee 1 400 4 MLS
Hourly for hope — for life — ah! above all, 1 400 5 MLS
Of all who, on Despair’s unhallowed bed 1 400 8 MLS
Of all who owe thee most — whose gratitude 1 400 13 MLS
Who “had the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 406 15 MARA
Who has “the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 407 15 MARB
All pride — all thought of power — all hope of fame — 1 407 18 MARA
All wish for Heaven — is merged forevermore 1 407 19 MARA
Upon the left — and all the way along, 1 407 30 MARA
Upon the left, and all the way along 1 408 25 MARB
(Ah, night of all nights in the year!) 1 416 25 ULA
On this night, of all nights in the year, 1 418 89 ULA
Through all the flimsy things we see at once 1 425 3 DUNCE
Trash of all trash! — how can a lady don it? 1 425 5 DUNCE
Stable, opaque, immortal — all by dint 1 425 13 DUNCE
All the Heavens, seem to twinkle 1 435 7 BELLSEG
And all in tune, 1 435 21 BELLSEG
All alone, 1 437 81 BELLSEG
Clad all in white, upon a violet bank 1 445 17 TOHEL
No footstep stirred: the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL
And in an instant all things disappeared. 1 446 29 TOHEL
All — all expired save thee — save less than thou: 1 446 36 TOHEL
All that we see or seem 1 452 10 TAKE
Is all that we see or seem 1 452 23 TAKE
Is all that I see or seem 1 452 23A TAKE
And oh! of all tortures 1 457 31 ANNIE
And ah! of all tortures 1 457 31AB ANNIE
That quenches all thirst: — 1 457 38 ANNIE
Than all of the many 1 459 96 ANNIE
Yes! — that was the reason (as all men know, 1 478 23 LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know, 1 479 23 LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
ALLEGORY’S ( 1 1)
The noblest name in Allegory’s page, 1 221 1 ENIGMA
ALLEY ( 1 1)
Here once, through an alley Titanic, 1 416 10 ULA
ALL-HALLOWED ( 1 1)
To join the all-hallowed mirth 1 207 35 PAEAN
ALL-LIVING ( 1 1)
With ray of the all-living light 1 41 155 TAMB
ALLOWS ( 1 1)
Of the Earl — whom all the world allows to be 1 265 22 POLI
ALLOY ( 1 1)
For on its wing was dark alloy 1 82 21 HAPP
ALMOST ( 3 3)
Why, really, sir, I almost had forgot — 1 10 30 TEMP
Like — almost any thing — 1 141 33 FAIRY1
Were almost passionate sometimes — 1 157 22 INTRO
ALOFT ( 2 2)
Fail’d, as my pennon’d spirit leapt aloft, 1 114 232 ALAAR
See the White Eagle soaring aloft to the sky, 1 341 1 CAMP
ALONE ( 34 32)
To mind — not flow’rs alone — but more 1 31 142 TAMA
When on the mountain peak alone, 1 31 147 TAMA
Peacefully happy — yet alone — 1 33 223 TAMA
A light in the dark wild, alone. 1 34 233 TAMA
Stands she not proudly and alone? 1 37 332 TAMA
When, on the mountain peak alone, 1 41 147 TAMB
A light in the dark wild alone. 1 43 233 TAMB
Stands she not nobly & alone? 1 44 332 TAMB
Light in the wilderness alone. 1 50 166 TAMF
When, on the mountain peak, alone, 1 57 114 TAMH
Light in the wilderness alone. 1 58 154 TAMH
Stands she not nobly and alone? 1 59 170 TAMH
Thy soul shall find itself alone — 1 71 1 SPIRA
Alone of all on earth — unknown 1 71 2 SPIRA
Thy soul shall find itself alone 1 72 1 SPIRD
In beauty by our God, to those alone 1 78 26 STAN
In thought that can alone 1 104 111 ALAAR
And sound alone that from the spirit sprang 1 108 66 ALAAR
Alone could see the phantom in the skies, 1 114 254 ALAAR
I cannot be, lady, alone. 1 137 20 TOMB
I cannot be, love, alone. 1 137 20A TOMB
And all I lov’d — I lov’d alone — 1 146 8 ALONE
Yet should I swear I mean alone, 1 158 58 INTRO
Some sepulchre, remote, alone, 1 188 54 IRENE2
Some vault all haughtily alone, 1 188 54D IRENE2
In a strange city, all alone, 1 199 2 CITYA
In a strange city lying alone 1 201 2 CITYH
RUPERT. She sits alone 1 249 47 POLI
The suburbs. POLITIAN alone. 1 279 5d POLI
I dwiTTilime 1 349 1 EULA
From him who there should reign alone; 1 382 4 VANE
Where tyrant virtue reigns alone; 1 384 6 KING
And I must weep alone. 1 396 2 DEEP
All alone, 1 437 81 BELLSEG
ALONG ( 11 10)
With eagle gaze along the firmament: 1 112 195 ALAAR
Then roll’d like tropic storms along, 1 156 12 INTRO
Dying along the troubled sky, 1 157 14 INTRO
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 200 38 CITYA
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 202 37 CITYH
Along the road — such oddity — such humour 1 266 35 POLI
Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, 1 316 15 HAUNT
Along the rampart plumed and pallid, 1 316 15A HAUNT
Strut about | all along | shore there | somewhere | 1 394 3 MODD
Upon the left — and all the way along, 1 407 30 MARA
Upon the left, and all the way along 1 408 25 MARB
ALOUD ( 3 3)
They lie — they lie aloud — 1 131 30 SHOULD
(aloud.) 1 280 17d POLI
(aloud.) 1 283 26d POLI
ALPHABET ( 2 2)
Taught me my alphabet to say — 1 128 7 ROMG
Taught me my alphabet to say — 1 156 7 INTRO
ALREADY ( 1 1)
Will ruin thee! thou art already altered — 1 258 14 POLI
ALSO ( 3 2)
Attend thou also more 1 258 23 POLI
Attend thou also somewhat more 1 258 23A2x POLI
Was it not Fate, (whose name is also Sorrow,) 1 445 22 TOHEL
ALTAR ( 3 3)
A victim on love’s altar slain, 1 226 17 FANNY
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
Is standing by the altar — the robed priest! 1 287 56 POLI
ALTAR’S ( 2 1)
I’ll mar this bridal if at the altar’s foot 1 287 61 POLI
I’ll mar this wedding if at the altar’s foot 1 287 61Ax POLI
ALTER ( 1 1)
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
ALTER’D ( 1 0)
I kneel, an alter’d and an humble man, 1 228 7FGHK COLIS
ALTERED ( 9 8)
I kneel, an altered and an humble man, 1 228 7 COLIS
I stand, an altered and an humble man, 1 228 78 COLIS
I had not look’d to see — he is sadly altered! 1 249 26 POLI
Most men are sadly altered when they’re drunk 1 249 28 POLI
Oh, I am sadly altered when I’m (hiccup) drunk. 1 249 29 POLI
RUPERT You think the Count Castiglione altered — 1 249 30 POLI
Will ruin thee! thou art already altered — 1 258 14 POLI
Having just arrived in Rome. Ha! ha! he is altered! 1 265 31 POLI
I stand, an altered and an humble man 1 286 8 POLI
ALTEREST ( 2 1)
Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes. 1 91 2 SCI
Who alterest all things with thy piercing eyes. 1 91 2BC SCI
ALTHO’ ( 1 0)
Nor Love — aitho’ the Love be thine: 1 86 17C LAKEF
ALTHOUGH ( 4 4)
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
For he does think, although I’m oft in doubt 1 11 79 TEMP
Nor Love — although the Love were thine. 1 86 17 LAKEF
Its letters, although naturally lying 1 390 17 VALG
ALTOGETHER ( 1 1)
UGO. To cut you altogether! 1 251 93 POLI
ALWAYS ( 9 8)
And always keep from laughing when I can; 1 11 62 TEMP
And always keep from laughing if I can; 1 11 62C TEMP
I have not always been as now.— 1 27 30 TAMA
I have not always been as now: 1 46 31 TAMF
I have not always been as now: 1 54 27 TAMH
“Always write first things uppermost in the heart.” 1 148 16 ELIZA
His pleasures always turn’d to pain — 1 157 24 INTRO
Be always throwing those jewels in my teeth. 1 262 47 POLI
How much I was mistaken! I always thought 1 266 41 POLI
A.M. ( 1 1)
Complete at night what he began A.M. 1 11 53 TEMP
AMBER ( 1 1)
Fill with mingled cream and amber, 1 450 1 ALE
AMBITION ( 11 10)
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 31 148 TAMA
Ambition is chain’d down — nor fed 1 34 252 TAMA
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 41 148 TAMB
Lion Ambition is chain’d down, 1 44 ESE TAMB
Lion ambition is chain’d down, 1 50 1TE TAMF
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 53 235 TAMF
Ambition lent it a new tone — 1 57 115 TAMH
Lion ambition is chain’d down — 1 58 160 TAMH
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 61 240 TAMH
Ambition — all — is o’er! 1 214 15B-G PARA
How daring an ambition! yet how deep — 1 446 46 TOHEL
AMBITIOUS ( 3 3)
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 33 203 TAMA
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 42 203 TAMB
I was ambitious — have you known 1 57 128 TAMH
AMEND ( 1 1)
I will amend. 1 258 19 POLI
AMID ( 27 23)
The dwindled hills, whence amid bowers 1 33 218 TAMA
The dwindled hills, whence, amid bowers 1 43 218 TAMB
Amid the jewels of my throne, 1 45 18 TAMF
Unseen amid the revels there, 1 53 236 TAMF
Amid the Jewels of my throne, 1 54 18 TAMH
Unseen, amid the revels there, 1 61 241 TAMH
And, amid incense and high spiritual hymns, 1 100 28 ALAAR
Abash’d, amid the lilies there, to seek 1 104 119 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid a night of mirth, 1 114 243 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid their night of mirth, 1 114 243A ALAAR
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 200 53 CITYA
And when, amid no earthly moans, 1 202 50 CITYH
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8 COLIS
Beloved! amid the earnest woes 1 236 1 TOF
Mary, amid the cares — the woes 1 236 1A TOF
And ever and anon amid her sobs 1 250 52 POLI
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 286 9 POLI
But see, amid the mimic rout 1 326 25 WORM
Amid its hallow’d mirth, 1 336 51 LENA
amid its hallowed mirth 1 337 22C-FL LENK
amid its hallow’d mirth 1 337 22G LENK
amid its hallowed mirth 1 337 23 LENK
Amid the clouds of glory, far away 1 407 31 MARA
Amid empurpled vapors, far away 1 408 26 MARB
And thou, a ghost, amid the entombing trees 1 446 50 TOHEL
I stand amid the roar 1 452 12 TAKE
Can find, amid their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHC
AMONG ( 14 13)
To follow my high fate among 1 34 237 TAMA
Astray from reason — Among men 1 34 251 TAMA
To follow my high fate among 1 43 237 TAMB
Her mantle over? among men 1 44 251 TAMB
But that among the rabble men, 1 50 171 TAMF
But that, among the rabble — men, 1 58 159 TAMH
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 128 3 ROMG
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 156 3 INTRO
Among thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8E COLIS
In wealth and wo among? 1 270 73 POLI
In wealth and wo among? 1 270 82 POLI
In wealth and wo among, 1 271 92 POLI
How, in thy father’s halls, among the maidens 1 272 24 POLI
Can find, among their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHB
AMPHITHEATRE ( 1 0)
Lone amphitheatre! Grey Coliseum! 1 228 .1A COLIS
AMULET ( 2 2)
Divine — a talisman, an amulet 1 389 6 VALA
Divine — a talisman — an amulet 1 389 6 VALG
ANACREON ( 2 2)
Who read Anacreon, and drank wine, 1 157 20 INTRO
I early found Anacreon rhymes 1 157 21 INTRO
ANCESTRAL ( 1 1)
With the ancestral honours of thy house, 1 273 29 POLI
ANCHOR’D ( 1 1)
But, now, the ruler of an anchor’d realm, 1 100 26 ALAAR
ANCIENT ( 4 4)
With more of sov’reignty than ancient lore 1 77 12 STAN
The ancient dramatist of eminence, 1 222 10 ENIGMA
Once more an ancient tragic bard recall, 1 222 13 ENIGMA
Ghastly grim and ancient Raven 1 366 46 RAVEN
ANCLE ( 1 1)
Ah yes! his little foot and ancle trim, 1 11 81 TEMP
ANGEL ( 23 20)
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 30 112 TAMA
I lov’d her as an angel might 1 31 154 TAMA
I lov’d thee as an angel might, 1 41 154 TAMB
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 48 115 TAMF
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 56 88 TAMH
Laves in quadruple light her angel limbs. 1 100 29 ALAAR
Fair flowers, bright waterfalls and angel wings — 1 108 65 ALAAR
An angel so soon 1 111 149 ALAAR
A maiden-angel and her seraph-lover — 1 112 178 ALAAR
Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod 1 114 249 ALAAR
Dim was its little disk, and angel eyes 1 114 253 ALAAR
As the angel Israfel — 1 173 4 ISRA
But the Heavens that angel trod 1 174 17 ISRA
As the angel Israfel, 1 175 4 ISRG
But the skies that angel trod, 1 176 23 ISRG
But the Heavens that angel trod, 1 176 23C ISRG
Something about angel wings — 1 192 12 NISA
Shall wait upon thee, and the angel Hope 1 274 81 POLI
An angel throng, bewinged, bedight 1 325 3 WORM
An angel throng, bewing’d, bedight 1 325 3H WORM
But waft the angel on her flight 1 336 47 LENA
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 21C-GL LENK
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 26 LENK
ANGELIC ( 1 1)
For, O, angelic is thy form! 1 224 10 SLEEP
ANGEL-NOD ( 1 1)
Nor ask a reason save the angel-nod 1 114 249 ALAAR
ANGELO ( 5 3)
Upon a mountain crag, young Angelo — 1 112 191 ALAAR
“My Angelo! and why of them to be? 1 114 227 ALAAR
“We came — my Angelo — but not to us 1 114 245A ALAAR
But, Angelo, than thine grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251 ALAAR
But, truly, Angelo, grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251A ALAAR
ANGEL’S ( 1 1)
His spirit is communing with an angel’s. 1 400 18 MLS
ANGELS ( 26 20)
Could angels be blest?) 1 109 89 ALAAR
Spirits in wing, and angels to the view, 1 111 156 ALAAR
By good angels tenanted, 1 315 2 HAUNT
And the angels sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31ABCFHL WORM
While the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37 WORM
And the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 378-FHKL WORM
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 343 2 ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 20.2A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 38.2A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 345 52 ROUTE
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 365 11 RAVEN
whom the angels named Lenore — 1 365 114U RAVEN
Swung by angels whose faint foot-falls 1 368 80ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
by these angels he hath sent thee 1 368 81 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 368 94 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore.” 1 368 95 RAVEN
By angels dreaming in the moon-lit “dew 1 406 9 MARA
By angels dreaming in the moonlit “dew 1 407 9 MARB
And she prayed to the angels 1 458 81 ANNIE
To the queen of the angels 1 458 83 ANNIE
Because the angels in the Heavens above, 1 467 1 MOTHC
The angels, whispering to one another, 1 467 2 MOTHB
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 478 21 LEEA
And neither the angels in Heaven above, 1 478 30 LEEA
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 479 21 LEEE
And neither the angels in Heaven above 1 479 30 LEEE


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Notes:

Note: For this online presentation, the underlined text has been rendered as italic, in keeping with the original intention.


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[S:0 - CPEAP, 1989] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works-Concordance of the Poetry of EAP (E. Wiley) (Letter A-ALL)