Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (BIG through BROIDER’D),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 67-80 (This material is protected by copyright)


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BIG ( 1 1)
buried in 1 big-wigs 1 1 394 4 MODD
BIG-WIGS ( 1 1)
buried in I big-wigs 1 1 394 4 MODD
BILLOW ( 2 1)
They bore thee o’er the billow 1 215 20.2B PARA
No billow breaking into foam 1 386 11 FSO
BILLOWS ( 1 1)
The soul that scarce (the billows are so dense) 1 100 22 ALAAR
BIN ( 1 1)
Who entereth herein, a conqueror hath bin; 1 319 1 COUP
BINDEST ( 2 2)
Idea which bindest life around, 1 51 189 TAMF
Idea! which bindest life around 1 59 183 TAMH
BINDS ( 1 1)
The mystery which binds me still — 1 146 12 ALONE
BIRD ( 16 15)
Hath been — a most familiar bird — 1 128 6 ROMG
Hath been — a most familiar bird — 1 156 6 INTRO
Was plumed with the down of the humming-bird, 1 301 2 PARO
Then this ebony bird beguiling 1 366 43 RAVEN
Then this ebon bird beguiling 1 366 430 RAVEN
bird above his chamber door — 1 367 52 RAVEN
Bird or beast upon the sculptured 1 367 53 RAVEN
Then the bird said “Nevermore.” 1 367 60 RAVEN
in front of bird, and bust and door; 1 367 68 RAVEN
what this ominous bird of yore — 1 367 70 RAVEN
gaunt, and ominous bird of yore 1 367 71 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! — 1 368 85 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! 1 368 91 RAVEN
bird or fiend!” I shrieked, upstarting — 1 369 97 RAVEN
Wins the bird, beguiling 1 399 10 LOU
Like that bird the lover 1 399 12 LOU
BIRDS ( 2 2)
The wantonest singing birds, 1 132 2 BOWERS
Birds of so fine a feather 1 254 33 POLI
BIRTH ( 9 8)
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 51 191 TAMF
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 59 185 TAMH
A chaos of deep passion from his birth! 1 68 8 DREA
In day light, and in beauty from his birth: 1 77 3 STAN
A wilder’d being from my birth 1 79 .1A ADRE
Whence sprang the “Idea of Beauty” into birth, 1 100 31 ALAAR
And died, ere scarce exalted into birth, 1 102 71 ALAAR
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
But that in heav’n thou had’st thy birth, 1 224 11 SLEEP
BIRTH-PLACE ( 1 1)
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
BITTEN ( 1 1)
He hath been bitten by the Tarantula. 1 329 2 WHAT
BITTER ( 2 2)
Dew in the night time of my bitter trouble 1 261 32 POLI
thy bitter tears 1 272 5 POLI
BLACK ( 15 11)
Of a wild lake with black rock bound, 1 47 83 TAMF
And the black wind murmur’d by, 1 48 87 TAMF
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEA
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEF
And the black wind murmur’d by 1 85 9C LAKEF
The black hath mellow’d into grey, 1 158 48 INTRO
Some tomb, which oft hath flung its black 1 185 71 IRENE1
Some vault that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50 IRENE2
Some tomb that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50DE IRENE2
Of my black perfidy? Oh that I were not 1 254 48 POLI
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 343 4 ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 20.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 38.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 345 54 ROUTE
Leave no black plume as a token 1 369 99 RAVEN
BLACKEN’D ( 1 0)
these sad and blacken’d shafts — 1 229 27ACFGHK COLIS
BLACKENED ( 2 2)
these sad and blackened shafts — 1 229 27 COLIS
these sad and blackened shafts 1 286 34 POLI
BLACKNESS ( 2 2)
The blackness of the general Heaven, 1 157 16 INTRO
That very blackness yet doth fling 1 157 17 INTRO
BLADE ( 1 1)
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
BLAME ( 1 1)
UGO. This wine’s not bad! gentlemen why d’ye blame 1 250 62 POLI
BLAND ( 2 1)
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 7 TOF
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 14.7BC TOF
BLANDLY ( 1 1)
Here blandly reposes, 1 458 54 ANNIE
BLASTED ( 2 2)
Wither’d and blasted; who had gone 1 35 276 TAMA
Shall bloom the thunder-blasted tree, 1 215 19 PARA
BLAZES ( 2 2)
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine. 1 31 156 TAMA
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine — 1 41 156 TAMB
BLEAK ( 1 1)
it was in the bleak December; 1 365 7 RAVEN
BLEND ( 2 2)
So blend the turrets and shadows there 1 200 41 CITYA
So blend the turrets and shadows there 1 202 26 CITYH
BLESS ( 6 6)
Of her wondrous ways, and telling bless 1 36 313 TAMA
And failing of thy power to bless, 1 51 187 TAMF
And, failing in thy power to bless, 1 59 181 TAMH
I will to bed anon ah! bless my eyes! 1 250 73 POLI
Paugh! this will never do! — why, bless me, Sir, 1 285 113 POLI
The sacred sun — of all who, weeping, bless thee 1 400 4 MLS
BLESS’D ( 2 0)
Ye bless’d her — that she died. 1 335 238 LENA
ye bless’d her — that she died: — 1 337 9G LENK
BLESSED ( 4 3)
Ye blessed her — that she died. 1 335 23 LENA
ye blessed her — that she died: — 1 337 9 LENK
ye blessed her — when she died: — 1 337 9Cb LENK
Ever yet was blessed with seeing 1 367 52 RAVEN
BLESSING ( 1 1)
Every blessing be upon her; 1 302 3 MAY
BLEST ( 8 7)
From regions of the blest afar, 1 52 219 TAMF
From regions of the blest afar, 1 60 224 TAMH
An oasis in desert of the blest. 1 100 19 ALAAR
A garden-spot in desert of the blest. 1 100 19CEJ ALAAR
Could angels be blest?) 1 109 89 ALAAR
The starry and quiet dwellings of the blest, 1 273 48 POLI
That thus we might be doubly blest, 1 382 14 VANE
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
BLEW ( 5 3)
To-day (the wind blew, and) it swung 1 161 14 FAIRY2
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 477 15 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 477 15EFH LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 479 15 LEEE
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 479 15A-DGJKL LEEE
BLIGHTED ( 3 2)
My sear’d and blighted heart hath known, 1 81 2 HAPP
My sear’d and blighted heart has known, 1 81 28 HAPP
My seared and blighted name, how would it tally 1 273 28 POLI
BLIND ( 3 3)
Rendered me mad and deaf and blind. 1 55 57 TAMH
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
Which Error’s glitter cannot blind, 1 386 19 FSO
BLISS ( 10 8)
’Tis bliss, in its own reality, 1 36 306 TAMA
That Truth is Falsehood — or that Bliss is Woe? 1 111 167 ALAAR
It is not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9 TOMB
I heed not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9A TOMB
And the shadow of thy bliss 1 175 37 ISRA
And the shadow of thy perfect bliss 1 176 43 ISRG
And the shadow of thy bliss 1 176 43C ISRG
To the lone oak that reels with bliss, 1 183 20 IRENE1
How many scenes of what departed bliss! 1 311 5 ZANTE
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
BLOCKHEAD ( 1 1)
CASTIGLIONE. Blockhead! why don’t you bring 1 256 102 POLI
BLOOD ( 2 2)
And of so gentle blood? Here is a change 1 249 25 POLI
A blood-red thing that writhes from out 1 326 27 WORM
BLOOD-RED ( 1 1)
A blood-red thing that writhes from out 1 326 27 WORM
BLOOM ( 1 1)
Shall bloom the thunder-blasted tree, 1 215 19 PARA
BLOOM’D ( 1 0)
That blush’d and bloom’d, 1 316 38EFGL HAUNT
BLOOMED ( 1 1)
That blushed and bloomed, 1 316 38 HAUNT
BLOSSOM ( 1 1)
And blossom of the fairy plant, in grief 1 101 61 ALAAR
BLOTTING ( 1 1)
The blotting utterly from out high heaven 1 400 3 MLS
BLOW ( 2 2)
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
Till the blow is over 1 399 14 LOU
BLOWN ( 1 1)
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
BLUE ( 7 6)
The blue sky — the misty light 1 37 319 TAMA
Is grace to its heav’nly bed of blue; 1 37 321 TAMA
Beyond the line of blue — 1 102 86 ALAAR
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
(When the rest of Heaven was blue) 1 147 21 ALONE
Are where thy blue eye glances, 1 215 23J PARA
His blue-bell helmet, we have heard, 1 301 1 PARO
BLUE-BELL ( 2 2)
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
His blue-bell helmet, we have heard, 1 301 1 PARO
BLUEST ( 1 1)
Beauty’s eye is here the bluest 1 160 18 MYST
BLUSH ( 4 3)
When a burning blush came o’er thee, 1 66 2 SONG
That blush, perhaps, was maiden shame — 1 66 9 SONG
That blush, I weep, was maiden shame — 1 66 9A SONG
When that deep blush would come o’er thee, 1 66 14 SONG
BLUSH’D ( 1 0)
That blush’d and bloom’d, 1 316 38EFGL HAUNT
BLUSHED ( 1 1)
That blushed and bloomed, 1 316 38 HAUNT
BLUSHES ( 2 2)
Blushes with love — 1 173 9 ISRA
Blushes with love, 1 175 11 ISRG
BLUSHING ( 1 1)
became my blushing bride — 1 349 4 EULA
BOAST ( 2 2)
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 406 6 MARA
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 407 6 MARB
BOB ( 1 1)
Instead of two sides, Bob has nearly eight, 1 10 21 TEMP
BODIED ( 2 2)
Which I felt not — its bodied forms 1 32 164 TAMA
Unheeded then — its bodied forms 1 41 164 TAMB
BODILESS ( 3 3)
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 32 166 TAMA
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 41 166 TAMB
The bodiless airs, a wizard rout, 1 187 22 IRENE2
BODY ( 4 3)
And soul and body worship it. 1 147 4 LEA
Either in body or soul. When saw you last 1 253 22 POLI
Body and Soul. One dwells in lonely places, 1 322 6 SILE
Body and Soul. One dwells in desert places, 1 322 6A SILE
BOLD ( 4 4)
Till growing bold, he laugh’d and leapt 1 53 237 TAMF
Till growing bold, he laughed and leapt 1 61 242 TAMH
The corslet on his bosom bold 1 301 3 PARO
This knight so bold — 1 463 8 ELDOR
BOLDER ( 1 1)
While a bolder note than this might swell 1 177 50 ISRG
BOLDLY ( 2 2)
That things should stare us boldly in the face, 1 10 32 TEMP
Ride, boldly ride,” 1 463 22 ELDOR
BOLDNESS ( 1 1)
In boldness of design surpassing all. 1 222 14 ENIGMA
BOND ( i 1)
A bond where all the dearest ties 1 382 11 VANE
BONNET ( 1 1)
As easily as through a Naples bonnet — 1 425 4 DUNCE
BOOK ( 4 3)
In thy own book that first thy name be writ, 1 148 3 ELIZA
Connivingly my dreaming-book. 1 158 66 INTRO
The agate book within thy hand! 1 166 13G HELF
EJACINTA3 There, ma’am, ’s the book. 1 261 35 POLI
BOOKS ( 2 2)
on/ which lie some books and a hand mirror. 1 260 5/ 6d POLI
From my books surcease of sorrow — 1 365 10 RAVEN
BOOTS ( 1 1)
(It boots me not, good friar, to tell 1 38 349 TAMA
BORE ( 14 11)
That bore me from my home, more gays 1 36 302 TAMA
Bore burthen to the charm the maiden sang: 1 108 67 ALAAR
The weary, way-worn wanderer bore 1 166 4 HELF
They bore thee o’er the billow 1 215 20.2B PARA
“Bore a bright golden flower, but not i’ this soil!” 1 260 6 POLI
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 307 16 BRIDA
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 309 16 BRIDF
little relevancy bore; 1 366 50 RAVEN
till his songs one burden bore — 1 367 64 RAVEN
till his song one burden bore — 1 367 64H RAVEN
that melancholy burden bore 1 367 65 RAVEN
the melancholy burden bore 1 367 65DEFHLP RAVEN
And bore her away from me, 1 477 18 LEEA
And bore her away from me, 1 479 18 LEEE
BOREAL ( 1 1)
In the realms of the Boreal Pole. 1 416 19 ULA
BORN ( 12 10)
That any should become “great,” born 1 34 259 TAMA
Is lowly born — I can not pawn my honor. 1 255 79 POLI
Thy riotous company, too — fellows low born — 1 258 20 POLI
Not mother, with her first born on her knee, 1 272 16 POLI
Have been born without a head. Heiohot what’s this? 1 277 48 POLI
yet is he 1 God-born. 1 339 1 HEX
Out of the 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2 MODD
Frog-faced 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2* MODD
Born and brought up with their snouts deep down 1 394 26 MODC
And nebulous lustre was born, 1 416 34 ULA
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
BORROW ( 2 1)
vainly I had sought to borrow 1 365 9 RAVEN
vainly I had tried to borrow 1 365 9ABCEFHLP RAVEN
BOSOM ( 17 14)
My phrenzy to her bosom taught: 1 31 150 TAMA
Of a young peasant’s bosom then, 1 34 248 TAMA
Of a young peasant’s bosom then 1 44 248 TAMB
Hath long upon my bosom sat, 1 46 28 TAMF
’Twill ne’er again my bosom warm — 1 81 12.3B HAPP
Than ev’n thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217 ALAAR
Than even thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217A ALAAR
My bosom beats with shame 1 131 31 SHOULD
The bosom friend of the fair lady Lalage 1 250 59 POLI
(baring his bosom.) 1 282 13d POLI
The corslet on his bosom bold 1 301 3 PARO
I felt my bosom swell, 1 307 9 BRIDA
I felt my bosom swell — 1 308 8 BRIDF
Her bosom is an ivory throne, 1 384 5 KING
In the bosom of the palpitating air! 1 437 56 BELLSEG
On the bosom of the palpitating air! 1 437 56F-J BELLSEG
And his merry bosom swells 1 438 92 BELLSEG
BOSOM’S ( 1 1)
burned into my bosom’s core; 1 367 74 RAVEN
BOSSOLA ( 1 1)
“She died full young” — one Bossola answers him — 1 261 17 POLI
BOTH ( 6 6)
To leave her while we both were young, — 1 34 236 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young: 1 43 236 TAMB
I’ve news for you both. Politian is expected 1 259 41 POLI
Both the Earl and himself. I’d bet a trifle now 1 283 69 POLI
by that God we both adore — 1 368 92 RAVEN
We both have found a life-long love; 1 382 5 VANE
BOTHER ( 1 1)
And in the meantime, to prevent all bother, 1 10 25 TEMP
BOTTLE ( 3 3)
Have been at the bottle — a pretty madam truly! 1 250 79 POLI
Uncork a bottle, Ugo, and let me see 1 256 94 POLI
At the masquerade, and afterwards crack a bottle 1 257 119 POLI
BOTTLES ( 5 5)
But are the bottles empty? — then they’re gone. 1 248 3 POLI
and/ broken bottles are strewn about the floor 1 248 3/ 4d POLI
and a basket full of bottles.) 1 255 31d POLI
A dozen bottles, my lord. 1 255 88 POLI
UGO. A dozen bottles 1 256 89 POLI
BOTTOMLESS ( 1 1)
Bottomless vales and boundless floods, 1 344 9 ROUTE
BOUGH ( 1 1)
I was mistaken — ’twas but a giant bough 1 274 57 POLI
BOUGHS ( 1 1)
Is chilly — and these melancholy boughs 1 274 63 POLI
BOUND ( 10 10)
Which as it were, in fairy bound 1 33 221 TAMA
Encircling with a glitt’ring bound 1 43 221 TAMB
Of a wild lake with black rock bound, 1 47 83 TAMF
Or spell had bound me — ’twas the chilly wind 1 69 21 DREA
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 S LAKEA
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEF
And all the opal’d air in color bound. 1 101 41 ALAAR
Thou Nast bound many eyes 1 110 116 ALAAR
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
By the most sacred ties of honor bound 1 255 76 POLI
BOUNDARY ( 1 1)
The boundary of the star 1 102 87 ALAAR
BOUNDED ( 1 1)
Beyond this bounded earthly clime, 1 386 10 FSO
BOUNDLESS ( 1 1)
Bottomless vales and boundless floods, 1 344 9 ROUTE
BOUNDS ( 2 2)
That fell, refracted, thro’ thy bounds, afar 1 111 160 ALAAR
What time upon her airy bounds I hung 1 113 221 ALAAR
BOW ( 2 2)
Why do the people bow the knee, 1 51 181 TAMF
[Took] off his hat, and, making a low bow, 1 277 41 POLI
BOW’D ( 4 4)
Bow’d down in sorrow, and in shame. — 1 27 23 TAMA
Bow’d from its wild pride into shame. 1 45 14 TAMF
Bow’d down with its own glory grows. 1 52 216 TAMF
Bow’d from its wild pride into shame. 1 54 14 TAMH
BOWER ( 1 1)
Up like a dog-star in this bower — 1 161 13 FAIRY2
BOWERS ( 15 14)
The dwindled hills, whence amid bowers 1 33 218 TAMA
The dwindled hills, whence, amid bowers 1 43 218 TAMB
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 50 155 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 S3 231 TAMF
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 58 143 TAMH
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
That list our Love, and deck our bowers — 1 100 13 ALAAR
In violet bowers, 1 108 81 ALAAR
The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see 1 132 1 BOWERS
The muses thro’ their bowers of Truth or Fiction, 1 148 8 ELIZA
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
Up thrones — up long-forgotten bowers 1 200 24 CITYA
Up shadowy long-forgotten bowers 1 201 19 CITYH
Is chilly — and these melancholy bowers 1 274 63A POLI
Laden from yonder bowers! — a fairer day, 1 279 16 POLI
BOWL ( 3 3)
Succeeds the glories of the bowl — 1 158 53 INTRO
AH, broken is the golden bowl! 1 334 1 LENA
Ah, broken is the golden bowl! — 1 336 1 LENK
BOW’R ( 3 3)
I pass’d from out the matted bow’r 1 35 284 TAMA
I went from out the matted bow’r, 1 36 299 TAMA
In mine own Ada’s matted bow’r. 1 38 358 TAMA
BOWS ( 3 3)
And daily strut the street with bows and scrapes, 1 10 33 TEMP
(POLITIAN bows haught-/ily) 1 266 24/25d POLI
The soft head bows, the sweet eyes close; 1 404 10 PHYS
BOX ( 2 2)
and bearing a/ flat band-box. 1 275/ 276 32/ 1d POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ 5d POLI
BOY ( 2 2)
For, being an idle boy Lang syne, 1 157 19 INTRO
Let memory the boy recall 1 225 13 FANNY
BOYHOOD ( 7 7)
Then, in my boyhood, when their fire 1 29 83 TAMA
Of our boyhood, his course hath run: 1 39 385 TAMA
Then, in my boyhood, when their fire 1 40 83 TAMB
Then in my boyhood when their fire 1 47 74 TAMF
Then — in my boyhood — when their fire 1 56 70 TAMH
And boyhood is a summer sun 1 60 207 TAMH
In my young boyhood — should it thus be given, 1 68 11 DREA
BOYISH ( 1 0)
My boyish spirit would awake 1 85 11B LAKEF
BOYS ( 1 1)
We have been boys together — school-fellows — 1 268 32 POLI
BRAIN ( 10 8)
And my brain drank their venom then, 1 28 41 TAMA
Perhaps my brain grew dizzy — but the world 1 114 233 ALAAR
And by strange alchemy of brain 1 157 23 INTRO
A thought arose within the human brain 1 406 4 MARA
A thought arose within the human brain 1 407 4 MARB
Through the chamber of my brain — 1 450 4 ALE
That maddened my brain — 1 457 22AB ANNIE
That burned in my brain. 1 457 24AB ANNIE
That maddened my brain — 1 457 28 ANNIE
That burned in my brain. 1 457 30 ANNIE
BRAINS ( 1 1)
Have seized on human brains, still not believing 1 283 62 POLI
BRANCH ( 1 1)
No branch, they say, of all philosophy 1 259 54 POLI
BRAND ( 1 1)
So please you, Sir, of best Salermo brand 1 256 90 POLI
BRAVED ( 1 1)
My spirit met and braved the shock. 1 225 12 FANNY
BRAVO ( 2 2)
UGO. Is the bravo gone? 1 248 8 POLI
So you’ve turned penitent at last — bravo! 1 253 10 POLI
BRAZEN ( 2 2)
Light, brazen rays, this golden star unto! 1 114 240 ALAAR
Brazen bells! 1 436 37 BELLSEG
BREAK ( 4 4)
Will make it break for thee! 1 17 9 OCT
To break upon Time’s monotone, 1 158 60 INTRO
I would not break so calm a sleep, 1 224 2 SLEEP
Thou halt no end to gain — no heart to break — 1 263 71 POLI
BREAKING ( 2 1)
(Such language holds the breaking sea 1 214 17B PARA
No billow breaking into foam 1 386 11 FSO
BREAKS ( 1 1)
And as the solemn music breaks 1 225 3 FANNY
BREAST ( 23 21)
My breast her shield in wintry weather, 1 30 122 TAMA
I’d throw me on her throbbing breast, 1 30 130 TAMA
Dwelt in a seraph’s breast than thine; 1 31 152 TAMA
With which this aching breast is fraught) 1 32 184 TAMA
With her own image, my fond breast — 1 34 246 TAMA
Too real, to his breast who lives 1 36 307 TAMA
Of many with a breast as light, 1 37 341 TAMA
Of many with a breast as light 1 44 341 TAMB
My breast her shield in wintry weather, 1 49 125 TAMF
I’d lean upon her gentle breast, 1 49 133 TAMF
My breast her shield in wintry weather — 1 56 98 TAMH
I’d throw me on her throbbing breast, 1 57 106 TAMH
In the breast of him, alas! 1 66 12 SONG
Heaving her white breast to the balmy air, 1 101 64 ALAAR
That enjewel its breast — 1 110 135 ALAAR
Wrapping the fog around their breast: 1 183 12 IRENE1
Wrapping the fog about its breast, 1 187 11 IRENE2
Wrapping the mist about their breast, 1 187 11D IRENE2
Wrapping the mist about its breast, 1 187 11E IRENE2
Never in woman’s breast enthroned sat 1 254 39 POLI
To sleep on her breast — 1 458 76 ANNIE
From the heaven of her breast. 1 458 78 ANNIE
(With her love at my breast) 1 459 91 ANNIE
BREATH ( 15 15)
With their own breath to fan its fire) 1 34 255 TAMA
A likeness taken when the breath 1 39 381 TAMA
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 44 256 TAMB
With their own breath to fan its fire. 1 51 176 TAMF
(So like you gather in your breath) 1 52 211 TAMF
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 58 164 TAMH
(So like you gather in your breath) 1 60 205 TAMH
The breath of God will be still; 1 71 23 SPIRA
The breeze — the breath of God — is still — 1 73 23 SPIRD
The breath of those kisses 1 109 86 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — ev’n with us the breath 1 111 163 ALAAR
With the breath from their pale faces. 1 140 10 FAIRY1
Was mingling his with Beauty’s breath — 1 157 32 INTRO
Like flowers by the low breath of June! 1 161 8 FAIRY2
With the breath from their pale faces! 1 162 50 FAIRY2
BREATH’D ( 1 1)
She stirr’d not — breath’d not — for a voice was there 1 104 122 ALAAR
BREATHE ( 6 5)
Within the centre of that hall to breathe 1 108 56 ALAAR
Within the centre of this hall to breathe 1 108 56F ALAAR
Go! breathe on their slumber, 1 111 144 ALAAR
Breathe it less gently forth — and veil thine eyes. 1 149 6 ACROS
Of Heaven untrammelled flow — which air to breathe 1 274 72 POLI
To breathe the incense of those slumbering roses? 1 445 24 TOHEL
BREATHED ( 4 3)
And, when he breathed his vow, 1 307 8 BRIDA
But, when first he breathed his vow, 1 308 7 BRIDF
But, when he breathed his vow, 1 308 TB BRIDF
Pure as the wishes breathed in prayer, 1 386 14 FSO
BREATHES ( 3 3)
Say, holy father, breathes there yet 1 51 177 TAMF
“Breathes the shrill spirit of the western wind.” 1 260 9 POLI
While the orchestra breathes fitfully 1 325 7 WORM
BREATHING ( 4 4)
The breathing beauty of a face, 1 29 91 TAMA
The very hours are breathing low — 1 200 52 CITYA
The hours are breathing faint and low — 1 202 49 CITYH
Approaches, and the Hours are breathing low, 1 269 40 POLI
BREEZE ( 4 4)
By that summer breeze unbrok’n 1 71 25 SPIRA
The breeze — the breath of God — is still — 1 73 23 SPIRD
Do roll like seas in northern breeze 1 192 36 NISA
Do roll like seas, in Northern breeze, 1 193 34 NISB
BREEZES ( 1 1)
On the breezes to toss? 1 109 105 ALAAR
BRETHREN ( 1 1)
Brethren, I come from lands afar 1 211 1 EPIG
BRIBE ( 3 2)
Could ever bribe me to define, 1 48 94 TAMF
Could teach or bribe me to define — 1 86 16 LAKEF
Should ever bribe me to define — 1 86 16C LAKEF
BRIDAL ( 5 3)
I saw thee on thy bridal day — 1 66 1 SONG
I saw thee on the bridal day — 1 66 1A SONG
Who saw thee on that bridal day, 1 66 13 SONG
Who saw the on that bridal day, 1 66 13A SONG
I’ll mar this bridal if at the altar’s foot 1 287 61 POLI
BRIDF ( 12 11)
The bride and queen of Tamerlane — 1 35 282 TAMA
Of the dead, who is my bride. 1 206 24 PAEAN
And by him the bride — so beautiful — the bride 1 287 57 POLI
And in a bride’s array! and by the bride 1 287 58 POLI
That should have been thy bride — 1 335 37 LENA
that should have been thy bride — 1 337 16 LENK
became my blushing bride — 1 349 4 EULA
became my smil bride — 1 349 4AZ EULA
became my smiling bride. 1 349 5 EULA
Of my darling — my darling — my life and my bride, 1 478 39 LEEA
Of my darling, my darling, my life and my bride 1 479 39 LEEE
BRIDFGROOM ( 3 2)
The bridegroom — where art thou? 1 287 59 POLI
The bridegroom — gets this night hence! 1 287 59Ax POLI
The bridegroom dies. 1 287 62 POLI
BRIDF’S ( 1 1)
And in a bride’s array! and by the bride 1 287 58 POLI
BRIGHT ( 39 34)
Their bright eyes on his Tom and Jerry brim 1 11 66 TEMP
The world with all its train of bright 1 31 160 TAMA
The flush on her bright cheek, to me, 1 34 230 TAMA
One noon of a bright summer’s day 1 35 283 TAMA
Dim! tho’ looking on all bright! 1 37 322 TAMA
The world, with all its train of bright 1 41 160 TAMB
The flush on her bright cheek to me 1 43 230 TAMB
How bright! and yet to creep 1 53 247 TAMF
The flush on her bright cheek, to me 1 58 151 TAMH
For I have revell’d, when the sun was bright 1 68 13 DREA
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
What could there be more purely bright 1 80 15 ADRE
Bright hope itself has fled at last, 1 81 12.2B HAPP
Near four bright suns — a temporary rest — 1 100 18 ALAAR
Fair flowers, bright waterfalls and angel wings — 1 108 65 ALAAR
Bright beings! that ponder, 1 108 72 ALAAR
How bright! and yet to creep 1 131 21D SHOULD
Fair river! in thy bright, clear flow 1 134 1 TOFO
And million bright pines to and fro, 1 183 18 IRENE1
Oh, lady bright! can it be right — 1 187 18 IRENE2
Ah, dream too bright to last! 1 214 7 PARA
To mar the bright, the perfect flow’r, 1 224 13 SLEEP
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
“Bore a bright golden flower, but not i’ this soil!” 1 260 6 POLI
Ah, less, less bright 1 349 6 EULA
And ah, less bright 1 349 6AYZ EULA
Can compare with the bright-eyed Eulalie’s 1 349 13 EULA
Shines bright and strong 1 349 18 EULA
The bright idea, or bright dear-eye. 1 380 4 KATE
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
Bright and expressive as the stars of Leda, 1 388 2 VALA
Thus the bright snake coiling 1 399 8 LOU
To shine on us with her bright eyes — 1 417 48 ULA
My duty, to be saved by their bright light, 1 446 58 TOHEL
And the stars never rise, but I feel the bright eyes 1 478 36 LEEA
And the stars never rise, but I see the bright eyes 1 478 36EFH LEEA
And the stars never rise but I see the bright eyes 1 479 36 LEEE
And the stars never rise but I feel the bright eyes 1 479 36A-DGJKL LEEE
BRIGHTER ( 3 3)
Of the brighter, cold moon, 1 74 5 STAR
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
But my heart it is brighter 1 459 95 ANNIE
BRIGHTEST ( 4 3)
The brightest glance of pride, and power, 1 81 3B HAPP
The brightest glance of pride and power 1 82 15 HAPP
Ev’n then I felt — that brightest hour 1 82 19 HAPP
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
BRIGHT-EYED ( 1 1)
Can compare with the bright-eyed Eulalie’s 1 349 13 EULA
BRIGHTLY ( 3 2)
When the Hours flew brightly by, 1 217 s HYMN
Brightly expressive as the twins of Laeda, 1 389 2 VALG
Brightly expressive as the twins of Loeda, 1 389 2EFG VALG
BRILLIANT ( 5 3)
In the tangles of Love’s brilliant hair? 1 61 243E TAMH
The brilliant light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58F ALAAR
Lo! in yon brilliant window-niche 1 166 11 HELF
A bard of brilliant but unlicensed page 1 221 7 ENIGMA
At rest on ocean’s brilliant dies 1 222 5 SERE
BRIM ( 1 1)
Their bright eyes on his Tom and Jerry brim 1 11 66 TEMP
BRING ( 13 13)
How could I from that water bring 1 48 96 TAMF
Of an Eternity should bring the morrow: 1 68 3 DREA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 85 19 LAKEA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 86 20 LAKEF
As others saw — I could not bring 1 146 3 ALONE
Had I the will, to bring such foul disgrace 1 255 72 POLI
Bring me a glass of wine! 1 256 89 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Blockhead! why don’t you bring 1 256 102 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Dolt! dunderhead! why don’t you bring me up 1 256 104 POLI
Scoundrel bring it up! 1 256 107 POLI
As go down in the library and bring me 1 261 29 POLI
“Jacinta, get me this” — “D’ye hear? — bring that” 1 278 63 POLI
Bring thee to meet his shadow (nameless elf, 1 322 13 SILE
BRINGING ( 2 2)
For the moon never beams, without bringing me dreams 1 478 34 LEEA
For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams 1 479 34 LEEE
BRINGS ( 4 4)
Of semblance with reality which brings 1 69 31 DREA
But what is this? — it cometh — and it brings 1 107 48 ALAAR
Which brings no ill. 1 224 16 SLEEP
UGO. Why, Sir, you see, the servant who brings it says 1 256 98 POLI
BRINK ( 1 1)
Which ev’n upon this perilous brink 1 30 105 TAMA
BRITAIN ( 3 3)
Of Britain, Earl of Leicester? 1 259 45 POLI
Of Leicester in Great Britain, this his friend 1 266 50 POLI
Ungenial Britain which we left so lately, 1 280 25 POLI
BROACH ( 1 1)
This broach — these pearls — 1 251 96 POLI
BROAD ( 2 2)
Freely would give the broad lands of my earldom 1 271 101 POLI
Wakening the broad welkin with his loud battle cry; 1 341 2 CAMP
BROCADE ( 1 1)
Of taffeta — sixteen of gold brocade — 1 277 51 POLI
BROGLIO ( 1 1)
To Rome — his Grace the Duke of Broglio. 1 266 48 POLI
BROIDER’D ( 1 1)
Of her “costly broider’d pall") 1 206 14 PAEAN


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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)