Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (BROKE through CANNOT),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 80-91 (This material is protected by copyright)


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BROKE ( 2 2)
And as it pass’d me by, there broke 1 29 72 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by there broke 1 40 72 TAMB
BROKEN ( 21 19)
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 33 199 TAMA
A kingdom for a broken — heart. 1 39 406 TAMA
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 42 199 TAMB
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
Hath left me broken-hearted. 1 79 4 ADRE
If with thee be broken hearts, 1 160 22 MYST
Much about a broken heart — 1 192 13 NISA
These vague entablatures — this broken frieze — 1 229 28A-DFK COLIS
and/ broken bottles are strewn about the floor 1 248 3/ 4d POLI
Solemnly sworn perfidiously broken 1 254 43 POLI
These vague entablatures: this broken frieze 1 286 35 POLI
And though my faith be broken, 1 308 33 BRIDA
And though my heart be broken, 1 308 34 BRIDA
And, though my faith be broken, 1 309 22 BRIDF
And, though my heart be broken, 1 309 23 BRIDF
AH, broken is the golden bowl! 1 334 1 LENA
Ah, broken is the golden bowl! — 1 336 1 LENK
Startled at the stillness broken 1 367 61 RAVEN
Wondering at the stillness broken 1 367 61AC RAVEN
Could hope to utter. And I! my spells are broken. 1 407 16 MARB
Heaped o’er my soul by thee. Its spells are broken — 1 407 21 MARA
BROKEN-HEARTED ( 1 1)
Hath left me broken-hearted. 1 79 4 ADRE
BROOD ( 2 2)
Nothing save the airs that brood 1 193 29 NISB
Nothing save the airs that brood 1 195 12 NISE
BROOKS ( 1 1)
Why, then the prettiest of brooks 1 135 9 TOFO
BROTHER ( 1 1)
Of brother, friend and cousin meet, — 1 382 12 VANE
BROUGHT ( 6 6)
The night that waned and waned and brought no day. 1 115 262 ALAAR
Have brought a specimen 1 141 45 FAIRY1
Thy Naiad airs have brought me home 1 166 8 HELF
What answer was it you brought me, good Baldazzar? 1 279 14 POLI
Born and brought up with their snouts deep down 1 394 26 MODC
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
BROW ( 19 16)
The fever’d diadem on my brow 1 27 31 TAMA
The fever’d diadem on my brow, 1 46 32 TAMF
The fever’d diadem on my brow 1 54 28 TAMH
Another brow may ev’n inherit 1 81 10 HAPP
Another brow may e’en inherit 1 81 108 HAPP
But the shadow of whose brow 1 103 100 ALAAR
Come down to your brow 1 108 77 ALAAR
And come down to your brow 1 108 77F ALAAR
Thou halt not seen my brow, 1 131 28 SHOULD
Or worse — upon her brow to dance 1 183 5 IRENE1
Wreathing for its transparent brow 1 184 52 IRENE1
And fans thy brow — 1 224 8 SLEEP
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 307 2 BRIDA
And he kissed my pallid brow — 1 307 14 BRIDA
And the wreath is on my brow; 1 308 2 BRIDF
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 308 26 BRIDA
And he kissed my pallid brow, 1 309 14 BRIDF
Take this kiss upon the brow! 1 451 1 TAKE
Take this kiss upon thy brow! 1 451 1C TAKE
BROWN ( 1 1)
Within the valleys dim and brown, 1 222 11 SERE
BRUTE ( 2 2)
As to the seat of thought in man and brute, 1 11 74 TEMP
They are neither brute nor human, 1 437 87 BELLSEG
BUBBLES ( 1 1)
Bubbles — ephemeral and so transparent — 1 425 11 DUNCE
BUD ( 1 1)
And the Nelumbo bud that floats for ever 1 102 78 ALAAR
BUDDING ( 4 2)
The Sephalica, budding with young bees, 1 101 48 ALAAR
In the budding of my Paradisal Hope! 1 279 7 POLI
I’ the budding of my hopes — give me to live, 1 279 7A POLI
In the budding of my hopes — give me to live, 1 279 7B POLI
BUFFO ( 2 2)
(hiccup) where is the buffo-singer? 1 248 8 POLI
With him and the buffo-singer. Ha! ha! ha! 1 257 120 POLI
BUFFO-SINGER ( 2 2)
(hiccup) where is the buffo-singer? 1 248 8 POLI
With him and the buffo-singer. Ha! ha! ha! 1 257 120 POLI
BUILD ( 1 1)
Yet I build no faith upon 1 130 3 SHOULD
BUNDLE ( 4 4)
(I’ll send them to you) — a bundle of paternosters 1 253 12 POLI
(Enter UGO, bearing a bundle 1 255 31d POLI
(throwing down the bundle) 1 256 34d POLI
BENITO recrosses the/ stage raeidly with a bundle.) 1 276 19/20d POLI
BURDEN ( 5 3)
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
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
BURIAL ( 4 3)
How shall the burial rite be read? 1 205 1 PAEAN
And let the burial rite be read — 1 335 5 LENA
Come, let the burial rite be read — 1 336 s LENK
Ah, let the burial rite be read — 1 336 5D LENK
BURIED ( 5 5)
She ceas’d — and buried then her burning cheek 1 104 118 ALAAR
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 228 3 COLIS
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 286 4 POLI
buried in 1 big-wigs I 1 394 4 MODD
For the resurrection of deep-buried faith 1 400 6 MLS
BURIES ( 1 1)
And buries them up quite 1 140 25 FAIRY1
BURN ( 1 1)
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
BURN’D ( 4 4)
Burn’d with a still intenser glow; 1 29 84 TAMA
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 40 84 TAMB
Burn’d with a still intenser glow, 1 47 75 TAMF
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 56 71 TAMH
BURNED ( 4 3)
Burned there a holier fire than burneth now 1 272 19 POLI
burned into my bosom’s core; 1 367 74 RAVEN
That burned in my brain. 1 457 24AB ANNIE
That burned in my brain. 1 457 30 ANNIE
BURNETH ( 1 1)
Burned there a holier fire than burneth now 1 272 19 POLI
BURNING ( 12 12)
When a burning blush came o’er thee, 1 66 2 SONG
As a burning, and a fever 1 71 17 SPIRA
As a burning and a fever 1 72 17 SPIRD
Beneath thy burning eye; 1 104 109 ALAAR
She ceas’d — and buried then her burning cheek 1 104 118 ALAAR
With thy burning measures suit — 1 174 30 ISRA
With thy burning measures suit — 1 176 36 ISRG
Of weary pilgrimage and burning thirst, 1 228 5 COLIS
Of weary pilgrimage, and burning thirst 1 286 6 POLI
all my soul within me burning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
Can find, among their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHB
Can find, amid their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHC
BURNT ( 3 3)
With incense of burnt offerings, 1 53 229 TAMF
With incense of burnt offerings 1 61 234 TAMH
Di a wine-table some candles burnt/ to the socket. 1 248 2/ 3d POLI
BURST ( 5 5)
The proud heart burst in agony 1 33 200 TAMA
Will burst upon him, and alas! 1 37 324 TAMA
The proud heart burst in agony 1 42 200 TAMB
Had burst beneath the heaving of her heart. 1 108 55 ALAAR
A thousand seraphs burst th’ Empyrean thro’, 1 111 157 ALAAR
BURSTING ( 1 1)
Bursting its odorous heart in spirit to wing 1 102 72 ALAAR
BURSTS ( 1 1)
(LALAGE bursts into tears 1 262 23d POLI
BURTHEN ( 1 1)
Bore burthen to the charm the maiden sang: 1 108 67 ALAAR
BUSINESS ( 2 2)
It’s a very serious business I assure you 1 253 8 POLI
To get drunk — a very serious business — excellent! 1 253 9 POLI
BUST ( 8 7)
As glowing Beauty’s bust beneath man’s eye, 1 115 258 ALAAR
Perched upon a bust of Pallas 1 366 41 RAVEN
bust above his chamber door, 1 367 53 RAVEN
on the placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55 RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
in front of bird, and bust and door; 1 367 68 RAVEN
quit the bust above my door! 1 369 100 RAVEN
On the pallid bust of Pallas 1 369 104 RAVEN
BUSY ( 1 1)
With which all tongues are busy — a land new found — 1 274 66 POLI
BUTTERFLIES ( 1 1)
Of which those butterflies, 1 141 41 FAIRY1
BUTTERNUTS ( 1 1)
Of butternuts, gingerbread, and milk and water! 1 254 56 POLI
BUY ( 2 1)
Of the truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11 BOWERS
Of truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11A BOWERS
BY ( 211 175)
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
But, taking one by each hand, merely growl. 1 10 28 TEMP
Who would be men by imitating apes. 1 10 34 TEMP
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
For, with the mountain dew by night, 1 28 46 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by, there broke 1 29 72 TAMA
Its very form hath pass’d me by, 1 30 100 TAMA
By what it lost for passion — Heav’n. 1 30 107 TAMA
Giv’n by the energetic might 1 32 187 TAMA
Uncheck’d by sarcasm, and scorn 1 34 257 TAMA
When, a few fleeting years gone by, 1 35 268 TAMA
The sound of revelry by night 1 37 339 TAMA
How by what hidden deeds of might, 1 38 351 TAMA
By sunset did its mountains rise 1 38 362 TAMA
mg lately been but had pass’d by. 1 39 383 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by there broke 1 40 72 TAMB
And the black wind murmur’d by, 1 48 87 TAMB
Dim vanities of dreams by night, 1 49 144 TAMF
Dim, vanities of dreams by night — 1 57 121 TAMH
By that summer breeze unbrok’n 1 71 25 SPIRA
Had I let them pass me by, 1 75 9 IMIT
To a ferver by the moon beam that hangs o’er, 1 77 10 STAN
In beauty by our God, to those alone 1 78 26 STAN
Drawn by their heart’s passion, and that tone, 1 78 28 STAN
Ah! what is not a dream by day 1 79 5 ADRE
And what is not a dream by day 1 79 5AB ADRE
And the wind would pass me by 1 85 9 LAKEA
And the mystic wind went by 1 85 9 LAKEF
And the mystic wind would pass me by 1 85 9B LAKEF
And the black wind murmur’d by 1 85 9C LAKEF
And the ghastly wind went by 1 85 9E LAKEF
By the comets who were cast 1 103 91 ALAAR
By winged Fantasy, 1 104 114 ALAAR
By wing’d Fantasy, 1 104 114E ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is passing by, 1 104 131 ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is moving by, 1 104 131B ALAAR
A dome, by linked light from Heaven let down, 1 106 20 ALAAR
A dome, by linked light from Heaven let down, 1 106 20A-EG-Q ALAAR
A chain, by linked light from Heaven let down, 1 106 20N* ALAAR
A wanderer by moss-y-mantled well — 1 112 183 ALAAR
A wanderer by mossy-mantled well — 1 112 183E ALAAR
A dreamer in the moonbeam by his love: 1 112 185 ALAAR
She grants to us, as granted by her God — 1 114 250 ALAAR
She gives to us as given by her God — 1 114 250A ALAAR
With tumult as they thunder by, 1 128 13 ROMG
With tumult as they thunder’d by; 1 128 13C ROMG
Had I let them pass me by 1 130 11 SHOULD
Who am a passer-by. 1 136 8 TOMB
Who am a passer by. 1 137 8 TOMD
About twelve by the moon-dial 1 140 11 FAIRY1
As it pass’d me flying by — 1 146 18 ALONE
And by strange alchemy of brain 1 157 23 INTRO
With tumult as they thunder’d by; 1 157 37 INTRO
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
By this clear stream, 1 159 5 MYST
Thy hair is lifted by the moon 1 161 7 FAIRY1
Like flowers by the low breath of June! 1 161 8 FAIRY2
Is by (the very source of gloom) 1 162 34 FAIRY1
By which he sits and sings — 1 176 20 ISRG
But when a week or two go by, 1 184 45 IRENE1
Then sinks within (weigh’d down by wo) 1 184 58 IRENE1
And, softly dripping, drop by drop, 1 187 5 IRENE2
While the pale sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44 IRENE2
While the dim sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44FGHK IRENE2
One by one from the tree top 1 192 33 NISA
There the moon doth shine by night 1 192 43 NISA
There the sun doth reel by day 1 193 45 NISA
And one by one, from out their tops 1 193 45 NISB
Ah, one by one, from off their stems 1 193 47 NISB
Ah, by no wind are stirred those trees 1 195 14 NISE
Ah, by no wind those clouds are driven 1 196 17 NISE
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 199 11 CITYA
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 201 9 CITYH
By what eternal streams 1 215 26 PARA
By the slow Italian streams 1 215 26A PARA
By the far Italian streams 1 215 26B PARA
By what Italian streams 1 215 26CEGLO PARA
By what Elysian streams 1 215 26Z PARA
When the Hours flew brightly by, 1 217 5 HYMN
When my hours flew gently by, 1 217 5A-D HYMN
The dying swan by northern lakes 1 225 1 FANNY
By witching eyes which looked disdain. 1 226 18 FANNY
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 228 3 COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24 COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24A-CKL COLIS
Lit by the wan-light of the horned moon, 1 229 24H COLIS
Lit by the wanlight of the horned moon, 1 229 24J COLIS
By the corrosive Hours to Fate and me? 1 229 32 COLIS
(Puts them up and exit followed by UGO/ staggering.) 1 252 30/31d POLI
Gave you the jewels! How (hiccup!) came you by the ring? 1 252 117 POLI
By the most sacred ties of honor bound 1 255 76 POLI
Sent as a present by his reverence 1 256 91 POLI
what do you mean by that? 1 256 96 POLI
Set off too in such full relief by the grave 1 266 37 POLI
(Exit followed POLITIAN.) 1 267 10d POLI
To look upon the face hidden by yon lattice — 1 271 102 POLI
Now be this Fancy, by Heaven, or be it Fate, 1 271 110 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
Stirred by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58 POLI
Moved by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58Ax POLI
Miraculously found by one of Genoa — 1 274 67 POLI
and followed by RUPERT/ at the same pace. 1 275 27/28d POLI
and looks at a watch hanging y her side.) 1 276 5d POLI
Some people are fools by nature — some have a talent 1 277 44 POLI
It’s he, by all that’s good, it is himself! 1 278 82 POLI
(Exit UGO followed 12/ JACINTA 1 279 3d POLI
POLITIAN. Now by my halidom 1 281 69 POLI
Could you not, think you, by a desperate effort, 1 285 111 POLI
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 286 4 POLI
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon 1 286 31 POLI
By the corrosive hours to Fate and me? 1 287 39 POLI
Is standing by the altar — the robed priest! 1 287 56 POLI
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
Not where I should be? — By the God of Heaven 1 287 60 POLI
By good angels tenanted, 1 315 2 HAUNT
By a crowd that seize it not, 1 325 20 WORM
He hath been bitten by the Tarantula. 1 329 2 WHAT
By you — by yours, the evil eye — 1 337 11 LENK
by yours the slanderous tongue 1 337 11 LENK
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 343 1 ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 343 2 ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 344 20.1A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 20.2A ROUTE
By the lakes that thus outspread 1 344 21 ROUTE
By the mountains — near the river 1 344 25 ROUTE
By the mountain — near the river 1 344 25AB ROUTE
By the grey woods, — by the swamp 1 344 27 ROUTE
By the dismal tarns and pools 1 344 29 ROUTE
By each spot the most unholy — 1 344 31 ROUTE
As they pass the wanderer by — 1 344 36 ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 344 38.1A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 38.2A ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 345 51 ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 345 52 ROUTE
By the grave and stern decorum 1 366 44 RAVEN
by reply so aptly spoken, 1 367 61 RAVEN
Swung by seraphim whose foot-falls 1 368 80 RAVEN
Swung by angels whose faint foot-falls 1 368 80ABCEFFULNPOU RAVEN
by these angels he hath sent thee 1 368 81 RAVEN
On this home by Horror haunted — 1 368 88 RAVEN
By that Heaven that bends above us — 1 368 92 RAVEN
by that God we both adore — 1 368 92 RAVEN
The only king by right divine 1 384 1 KING
By rivals loved, and mourned by heirs. 1 386 8 FSO
Of poets, by poets — for the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16 VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16A VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s, too. 1 390 16 VALG
close by the 1 Down East 1 394 3 MODD
I am spelled by art. 1 399 7 LOU
And think that these weak lines are written by him — 1 400 16 MLS
By him who, as he pens them, thrills to think 1 400 17 MLS
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
By angels dreaming in the moon-lit “dew 1 406 9 MARA
By angels dreaming in the moonlit “dew 1 407 9 MARB
With thy dear name as text, though bidden by thee, 1 407 18 MARB
Heaped o’er my soul by thee. Its spells are broken — 1 407 21 MARA
It was hard by the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 6 ULA
It was down by the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 8 ULA
Let us on, by this tremulous light! 1 417 62 ULA
But were stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76 ULA
And were stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76ABD ULA
But we stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76C ULA
By the door of a legended tomb: — 1 418 77 ULA
Stable, opaque, immortal — all by dint 1 425 13 DUNCE
By the side of the pale-faced moon. 1 436 50 BELLSEG
By the twanging 1 437 58 BELLSEG
By the sinking or the swelling 1 437 65 BELLSEG
By thee, and by the poetry of thy presence. 1 445 16 TOHEL
My duty, to be saved by their bright light, 1 446 58 TOHEL
Venuses, unextinguished by the sun! 1 447 66 TOHEL
Therefore by that dear name I long have called you — 1 467 5 MOTHB
Therefore by that sweet name I long have called you; 1 467 5 MOTHC
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHB
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHC
In a kingdom by the sea, 1 477 2 LEEA
By the name of Annabel Lee; — 1 477 4 LEEA
Than to love and be loved by me. 1 477 6 LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea; 1 477 8 LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 477 14 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 477 15EFH LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea. 1 477 20 LEEA
In a kingdom by the sea, 1 478 2 LEEE
By the name of Annabel Lee; — 1 478 4 LEEE
Than to love and be loved by me. 1 478 6 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 478 8 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea) 1 478 24 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud by night, 1 478 25 LEEA
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 478 27 LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
In her sepulchre there by the sea — 1 478 40 LEEA
In the sepulchre there by the sea — 1 478 40L LEEA
In her tomb by the sounding sea. 1 478 41 LEEA
In her tomb by the side of the sea. 1 478 41EH LEEA
In this kingdom by the sea, 1 479 14 LEEE
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 479 15 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea. 1 479 20 LEEE
In this kingdom by the sea) 1 479 24 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL LEEE
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 479 27 LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
In her sepulchre there by the sea — 1 479 40 LEEE
In the sepulchre there by the sea — 1 479 40L LEEE
In her tomb by the side of the sea. 1 479 41 LEEE
In her tomb by the sounding sea. 1 479 41A-DFGJKL LEEE
CAESAR ( 7 4)
Rome to the Caesar — this to me; 1 27 34 TAMA
Rome to the Caesar — this to me? 1 46 35 TAMF
Rome to the Caesar — this to me? 1 54 31 TAMH
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1ABC COLIS
Here where on ivory throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1D COLIS
Here where on golden throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1FK COLIS
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
CAGED ( 3 3)
Should be caged — should be caged 1 254 35 POLI
Should be caged in all weather 1 254 36 POLI
CALL ( 15 15)
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 27 11 TAMA
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 45 7 TAMF
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 45 11 TAMF
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 54 7 TAMH
I would not call thee fool, old man, 1 54 11 TAMH
Ours is a world of words: Quiet we call 1 104 126 ALAAR
May the d———l right soon for his soul call. 1 151 2 LOCKE
In bed at a reveille “roll call.” 1 151 4 LOCKE
That rose — that what d’ye call it — that hung 1 161 12 FAIRY2
It would be mockery to call 1 199 18 CITYA
That we may date his ruin — so I call it — 1 249 39 POLI
Castiglione! call your cousin hither 1 266 56 POLI
And worship thee, and call thee my beloved, 1 274 83 POLI
Felo de se, I’m what they call deceased. 1 283 76 POLI
Superlative! — now that’s what I call walking! 1 285 130 POLI
CALL’D ( 2 2)
That I have call’d thee at this hour: 1 27 6 TAMA
Was a proud temple call’d the Parthenon — 1 113 215 ALAAR
CALLED ( 11 8)
Was a fair temple called Parthenon — 1 113 215A ALAAR
Called — I forget the heathenish Greek name — 1 148 14 ELIZA
(Called any thing, its meaning is the same) 1 148 15 ELIZA
It is called the valley Nis. 1 191 7 NISA
Called him a coward on yesterday forenoon, 1 283 67 POLI
Called Ghouls: — 1 437 88.1A-D BELLSEG
And the fever called “Living” 1 456 5 ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 23AB ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 29 ANNIE
Therefore by that dear name I long have called you — 1 467 5 MOTHB
Therefore by that sweet name I long have called you; 1 467 5 MOTHC
CALLOUS ( 1 1)
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
CALLS ( 2 2)
Who calls on you now — 1 108 79 ALAAR
Befit thee — Fame awaits thee — Glory calls — 1 268 22 POLI
CALM ( 11 11)
The sunshine, and the calm — the ideal 1 32 167 TAMA
The sunshine, & the calm — th’ ideal 1 41 167 TAMB
A calm from his unearthly wings. 1 46 30 TAMF
How solemnly pervading the calm air! 1 104 123 ALAAR
Forever with as calm an eye, 1 185 64 IRENE1
Nor with too calm an air. 1 206 32 PAEAN
So sweet the hour — so calm the time, 1 222 1 SERE
I would not break so calm a sleep, 1 224 2 SLEEP
But, O, thy spirit, calm, serene, 1 224 19 SLEEP
A heaven so calm as this — so utterly free 1 280 26 POLI
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
CALMER ( 4 3)
But then a gentler, calmer spell, 1 48 100 TAMF
And when an hour with calmer wings 1 128 16 ROMG
Of if an hour with calmer wing 1 128 16C ROMG
Or if an hour with calmer wing 1 157 40 INTRO
CALMLY ( 1 1)
(calmly.) 1 253 36d POLI
CAME ( 37 30)
Came hurriedly upon me, telling 1 28 54 TAMA
The rain came down upon my head 1 28 60 TAMA
There — in that hour — a thought came o’er 1 34 234 TAMA
There, in that hour, a thought came o’er 1 43 234 TAMB
Came hurriedly upon me, telling 1 46 53 TAMF
The rain came down upon my head, 1 47 59 TAMF
Came hurriedly upon me, telling 1 55 49 TAMH
The rain came down upon my head 1 55 55 TAMH
A voice came from the threshold stone 1 60 217 TAMH
When a burning blush came o’er thee, 1 66 2 SONG
Came o’er me in the night and left behind 1 69 22 DREA
Yet silence came upon material things — 1 108 64 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
“We came — and to thy Earth — but not to us 1 114 245 ALAAR
“We came — my Angelo — but not to us 1 114 245A ALAAR
We came, my love; around, above, below, 1 114 247 ALAAR
Sit down, sit down — how came we here? 1 161 9 FAIRY2
Thus musical thy soft voice came, 1 225 5 FANNY
Thus came the first glance of that eye; 1 225 10 FANNY
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
Gave you the jewels! How (hiccup!) came you by the ring? 1 252 117 POLI
But a reverie came o’er me, 1 307 15 BRIDA
While a reverie came o’er me, 1 309 15 BRIDF
Through which came flowing, flowing, flowing, 1 316 ET HAUNT
suddenly there came a tapping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
suddenly there came a rapping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
and so gently you came rapping, 1 365 21 RAVEN
And so faintly you came tapping, 1 365 22 RAVEN
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud by night, 1 478 25 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 478 25EFH LEEA
So that her highborn kinsmen came 1 479 17 LEEE
So that her highborn kinsman came 1 479 17KL LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 479 25 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL LEEE
CAMEST ( 1 1)
“O lady sweet! how camest thou here? 1 184 26 IRENE1
CAMP ( 1 1)
the camp — the court 1 268 21 POLI
CAMPS ( 1 1)
To me, Politian, of thy camps and courts. 1 268 28 POLI
CAN ( 54 46)
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
And always keep from laughing when I can; 1 11 62 TEMP
And always keep from laughing if I can; 1 11 62C TEMP
If I can tell exactly what about. 1 11 80 TEMP
If I can hope (O God! I can) 1 27 13 TAMA
With thoughts such feeling can command; 1 34 256 TAMA
If I can hope (O God! I can) 1 45 9 TAMF
If I can hope — Oh God! I can — 1 54 9 TAMH
Can struggle to its destin’d eminence — 1 100 23 ALAAR
In thought that can alone 1 104 111 ALAAR
For what can awaken 1 111 148 ALAAR
Of the truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11 BOWERS
Of truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11A BOWERS
We can discover a moon ray 1 162 31 FAIRY2
Oh, lady bright! can it be right — 1 187 18 IRENE2
Than all Syria can furnish of wine! 1 219 12 LATIN
Some lake beset as lake can be 1 237 11A TOF
I can with more precision speak of him — 1 248 6 POLI
Can it be the Duke di Broglio is acquainted 1 249 21 POLI
JACINTA. You see! you see! can I get nothing more 1 251 100 POLI
I can not pawn my honor! and Lalage 1 255 78 POLI
Is lowly born — I can not pawn my honor. 1 255 79 POLI
Can I do aught? — is there no farther aid 1 262 44 POLI
Proceeds from yonder lattice — this-way you can see it 1 269 62Ax POLI
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
Six hours! why I can very easily do 1 276 10 POLI
With forms that no man can discover 1 344 11 ROUTE
That the vapor can make 1 349 10 EULA
Their lustre can make 1 349 10AZ EULA
Can vie with the modest Eulalie’s most unregarded curl — 1 349 12 EULA
Can vie with the sweet young Eulalie’s 1 349 12AYZ EULA
Can compare with the bright-eyed Eulalie’s 1 349 13 EULA
where nothing can trouble it; 1 378 6 WALL
The King — my King — can do no wrong. 1 384 12 KING
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
though you do the best you can do. 1 390 20 VALG
Can it be fancied that Deity ever vindictively 1 393 10 MODC
can be com-/posed in English] 1 393 23/24 MODC
Said we, then — the two, then — “Ah, can it 1 418 95 ULA
Trash of all trash! — how can a lady don it? 1 425 5 DUNCE
They can only shriek, shriek, 1 436 42 BELLSEG
O God! can I not grasp 1 452 19 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not grasp 1 452 19A TAKE
O God! can I not save 1 452 21 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not save 1 452 21A TAKE
“Where can it be — 1 463 17 ELDOR
Can find, among their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHB
Can find, amid their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHC
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul 1 478 32 LEEA
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul 1 479 32 LEEE
CANDID ( 2 2)
Extremely flat, and candid, and so forth 1 283 49 POLI
Be candid with me — is it indeed a fact 1 283 73 POLI
CANDLES ( 1 1)
On a wine-table some candles burnt/ to the socket. 1 248 2/ 3d POLI
CANNOT ( 29 28)
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 38 375 TAMA
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 52 206 TAMF
And rays of truth you cannot see, 1 52 222 TAMF
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 60 200 TAMH
And rays of truth you cannot see 1 60 227 TAMH
I cannot be, lady, alone. 1 137 20 TOMB
I cannot be, love, alone. 1 137 20A TOMB
Ere this mischance. I cannot bear to think 1 250 60 POLI
And at the best I’m certain, Madam, you cannot 1 262 54 POLI
LALAGE I cannot pray! — My soul is at war with God! 1 263 76 POLI
Disturb my senses — go! I cannot pray — 1 263 78 POLI
It cannot be the Earl? 1 266 44 POLI
I cannot die, having within my heart 1 269 43 POLI
Cannot accept the challenge. 1 279 22 POLI
I cannot — dare not. 1 281 69 POLI
I cannot talk at all. It’s very strange 1 283 58 POLI
Indeed I cannot will not answer for 1 285 119 POLI
For we cannot help agreeing 1 367 51 RAVEN
Alas! I cannot rule my own, 1 382 2 VANE
Which Error’s glitter cannot blind, 1 386 19 FSO
I cannot depart; 1 398 2 LOU
With that dear name as text I cannot write — 1 407 23 MARA
I cannot speak — I cannot even think — 1 407 24 MARA
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
I cannot write — I cannot speak or think, 1 408 19 MARB
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
That cannot but guide us aright 1 418 70 ULA


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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)