Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (COMBINE through CYPRESS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 104-118 (This material is protected by copyright)


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞


                                 
TEXT   V     PAGE    LINE       POEM
 
COMBINE ( 1 1)
With which they dare combine 1 131 33 SHOULD
COME ( 34 32)
When that deep blush would come o’er thee, 1 66 14 SONG
Come down to your brow 1 108 77 ALAAR
And come down to your brow 1 108 77F ALAAR
Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, 1 114 248 ALAAR
And so come down again 1 141 43 FAIRY1
O, when will come the morrow? 1 162 38 FAIRY2
“Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 184 29 IRENE1
Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 187 32 IRENE2
Eternal dews come down in drops, 1 193 46 NISB
Eternal dews come down in gems! 1 193 48 NISB
Eternal dews come down in drops. 1 196 25 NISE
Yet tho’ no holy rays come down 1 199 20 CITYA
No holy rays from heaven come down 1 199 2013 CITYA
No rays from the holy heaven come down 1 201 12 CITYH
Brethren, I come from lands afar 1 211 1 EPIG
Come let us to bed 1 250 70 POLI
LALAGE. Poor Lalage! — and is it come to this? 1 262 56 POLI
With your betrothed. You come, Sir, at a time 1 266 58 POLI
In days that are to come? 1 274 74 POLI
Now prythee, leave me — hither doth come a person 1 280 41 POLI
So — so — you’re dead eh? come now — come now, Ugo! 1 283 72 POLI
You smell, Sir, yes you smell — come now be quick! 1 285 118 POLI
[LALAGE.] I come. And now the hour is come 1 287 54 POLI
Mere puppets they, who come and go 1 325 12 WORM
Come, let the burial rite be read — 1 336 5 LENK
Come never again, 1 349 15 EULA
Many a thought will come to memory. 1 393 16 MODC
To come down and see: 1 399 11 LOU
And has come past the stars of the Lion, 1 417 44 ULA
Come up, in despite of the Lion, 1 417 47 ULA
Come up, through the lair of the Lion, 1 417 49 ULA
Come to life and fade away; 1 450 6 ALE
COMES ( 18 18)
Comes o’er me in these lonely hours, 1 31 137 TAMA
Comes o’er me, with the mingled voice 1 37 340 TAMA
There comes, when that sun will from him part, 1 38 368 TAMA
Comes o’er me, with the mingled voice 1 44 340 TAMB
There comes a sullenness of heart 1 51 198 TAMF
I know — for death, who comes for me 1 52 218 TAMF
There comes a sullenness of heart 1 59 192 TAMH
I know — for Death who comes for me 1 60 223 TAMH
Comes down — still down — and down 1 140 15 FAIRY1
Where comes no storm 1 224 12 SLEEP
POLITIAN. Be still! — it comes again! 1 270 69 POLI
Hist! hist! it comes again! 1 270 78 POLI
With what excessive fragrance the zephyr comes 1 279 15 POLI
POLITIAN ’Tis he — he comes himself! 1 280 38 POLI
She comes not, and the spirit of the place 1 286 11 POLI
She comes not and the moon is high in Heaven! 1 286 21 POLI
She comes. 1 287 54 POLI
Comes down with the rush of a storm, 1 326 36 WORM
COMETH ( 1 1)
But what is this? — it cometh — and it brings 1 107 48 ALAAR
COMETS ( 1 1)
By the comets who were cast 1 103 91 ALAAR
COMFORTED ( 1 1)
Be comforted! I know — I know it all, 1 272 7 POLI
COMING ( 5 5)
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 38 372 TAMA
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 52 203 TAMF
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 59 197 TAMH
And sees the darkness coming as a cloud — 1 107 46 ALAAR
Lo! one is coming down 1 162 51 FAIRY2
COMMAND ( 6 6)
With thoughts such feeling can command; 1 34 256 TAMA
Command me, sir! what wouldst thou have me do? 1 268 9 POLI
Command me, sir! 1 268 14 POLI
Are all at my command, 1 307 5 BRIDA
Are all at my command, 1 308 4 BRIDF
Are all at my command, 1 308 29 BRIDA
COMMANDING ( 2 2)
(Logic and common usage so commanding) 1 148 2 ELIZA
So loud, so lady-like, and so commanding! 1 278 62 POLI
COMMENCING ( 1 1)
of commencing a rhythm 1 393 14 MODC
COMMEND ( 1 1)
No foot of man,) commend thyself to God! 1 322 15 SILE
COMMINGLED ( 2 1)
Commingled with pansies — 1 458 64 ANNIE
Commingled with pansy — 1 458 64A ANNIE
COMMITTED ( 1 1)
Dead, so to say, but having just committed 1 283 75 POLI
COMMON ( 8 8)
From us in life — but common — which doth lie 1 78 21 STAN
My passions from a common spring — 1 146 4 ALONE
(Logic and common usage so commanding) 1 148 2 ELIZA
From common passions 1 259 64 POLI
And she had not common sense — of that I’m sure 1 277 34 POLI
Had common sense or understanding when 1 277 37 POLI
In common sequence set, the letters lying, 1 389 17 VALA
Do tell I when shall we I make common I sense men I 1 394 1 MODD
COMMUNING ( 2 2)
In secret communing held — as he with it, 1 77 2 STAN
His spirit is communing with an angel’s. 1 400 18 MLS
COMPANY ( 2 2)
Thy riotous company, too — fellows low born — 1 258 20 POLI
And sought his company. They speak of him 1 259 58 POLI
COMPARE ( 1 1)
Can compare with the bright-eyed Eulalie’s 1 349 13 EULA
COMPASSION ( 2 2)
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 34 249 TAMA
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 44 249 TAMB
COMPELS ( 2 1)
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72 BELLSEG
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72A-H7 BELLSEG
COMPLETE ( 1 1)
Complete at night what he began A.M. 1 11 53 TEMP
COMPLETELY ( 1 1)
completely done for — I’ll die! 1 253 17 POLI
COMPLEX ( 1 1)
Man is a 1 complex, 1 compound, 1 compost, 1 1 339 1 HEX
COMPOSE ( 1 1)
Compose a sound delighting all to hear — 1 389 18 VALA
COMPOSED ( 1 1)
can be com-/posed in English] 1 393 23/24 MODC
COMPOSEDLY ( 2 2)
And I rest so composedly, 1 456 13 ANNIE
And I lie so composedly, 1 459 85 ANNIE
COMPOST ( 1 1)
Man is a 1 complex, 1 compound, 1 compost, 1 1 339 1 HEX
COMPOUND ( 1 1)
Man is a 1 complex, 1 compound, 1 compost, 1 1 339 1 HEX
COMPREHEND ( 2 1)
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 389 128C VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 390 12 VALG
CON ( 1 1)
Twirls into trunk-paper the while you con it.” 1 425 8 DUNCE
CONCEALED ( 1 1)
Of the dear names that lie concealed within ’t. 1 425 14 DUNCE
CONCEIVE ( 1 1)
Of those, who hardly will conceive 1 34 258 TAMA
CONDESCEND ( 1 1)
The wretch not even to deign to condescend 1 276 17 POLI
CONDESCENSION ( 1 1)
To one with such an air of condescension. 1 277 33 POLI
CONDOR ( 4 3)
Of late, eternal Condor years 1 128 11 ROMG
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 128 11C ROMG
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 157 35 INTRO
Flapping from out their Condor wings 1 325 15 WORM
CONDUCT ( 1 1)
His conduct there has damned him in my eyes. 1 249 36 POLI
CONFESS ( 4 4)
Still does my heart confess thy power 1 17 4 OCT
Now the unhappy shall confess 1 192 27 NISA
Now each visiter shall confess 1 193 27 NISB
Now each visiter shall confess 1 195 9 NISE
CONFIDENCE ( 1 1)
And confidence — his vows — my ruin — think — think 1 263 88 POLI
CONFOUNDED ( 1 1)
Ugo, a most confounded stupid man. 1 248 13 POLI
CONFUSED ( 1 1)
Crowding, confused became 1 32 176 TAMA
CONFUSEDLY ( 3 3)
Crowding confusedly became 1 42 176 TAMB
And so, confusedly, became 1 50 148 TAMF
And, so, confusedly, became 1 57 125 TAMH
CONNIVINGLY ( 1 1)
Connivingly my dreaming-book. 1 158 66 INTRO
CONQUERED ( 2 2)
And conquered her scruples and gloom; 1 418 74 ULA
Is conquered at last. 1 456 6 ANNIE
CONQUERER’S ( 1 1)
Had gilded with a conquerer’s name, 1 35 272 TAMA
CONQUEROR ( 3 2)
Who entereth herein, a conqueror hath bin; 1 319 1 COUP
And its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40 WORM
Its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40ABDH WORM
CONSCIENCE ( 3 3)
Gives me these qualms of conscience. Be a man! 1 255 82 POLI
Like the grim shadow Conscience, solemn and noiseless. 1 274 56 POLI
What say of it? what say of CONSCIENCE grim, 1 320 1 MOTTO
CONSCIENCE’ ( 2 1)
Why dost thou turn so pale? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60 POLI
Why dost thou tremble thus? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60Ax POLI
CONSCIOUS ( 3 3)
A conscious slumber seems to take, 1 183 14 IRENE1
A conscious slumber seems to take, 1 187 14 IRENE2
I was not conscious of it. It is a fashion, 1 257 8 POLI
CONSEQUENCE ( 2 2)
The consequence of yestereve’s debauch — 1 255 81 POLI
The consequence of any longer stay 1 285 120 POLI
CONSIDERATION ( 2 2)
For now, upon consideration, I think 1 284 91 POLI
Demanding due consideration, Ugo, 1 284 96 POLI
CONSPIRD ( 4 4)
The wild, the beautiful, conspire 1 34 254 TAMA
The wild, the terrible conspire 1 44 255 TAMB
The wild, the terrible, conspire 1 51 175 TAMF
The wild — the terrible conspire 1 58 163 TAMH
CONSTANT ( 3 1)
It trembled to one constant star again. 1 112 197ACE ALAAR
Shall be a constant theme of praise, 1 235 7 THOUA
Shall be a constant theme for praise, 1 235 7D THOUJ
CONSTITUTION ( 1 1)
The constitution as late hours and wine. 1 258 16 POLI
CONSUMMATION ( 1 1)
Think you, the consummation of these nuptials? 1 250 55 POLI
CONTAIN ( 4 4)
Of varied being, which contain 1 32 165 TAMA
Of varied being which contain 1 41 165 TAMB
The world and all it did contain, 1 49 140 TAMF
The world, and all it did contain 1 57 117 TAMH
CONTEMN ( 1 1)
A heaven that God doth not contemn 1 199 14 CITYA
CONTEMPLATION ( 3 3)
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 228 2 COLIS
and is lost in the contemplation of the jewels 1 276 3d POLI
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 286 3 POLI
CONTEMPTUOUS ( 1 1)
and regarding her/ mistress with a contemptuous look. 1 260 15/16d POLI
CONTENT ( 2 2)
Here he may revel to his heart’s content, 1 10 49 TEMP
Honesty, poverty, and true content, 1 254 54 POLI
CONTENTED ( 1 1)
(Never-contented things!) 1 141 44 FAIRY1
CONTENTEDLY ( 1 1)
And I rest so contentedly, 1 459 89 ANNIE
CONTINUALLY ( 2 2)
Serenest skies continually 1 237 13 TOF
Continually in her chamber with clasped hands 1 249 48 POLI
CONTINUES ( 1 1)
LALAGE continues to/ read.) 1 260 16/17d POLI
CONTINUING ( 1 1)
Continuing — as dreams have been to me 1 68 10 DREA
CONTRADICTION ( 1 1)
Besides my innate love of contradiction; 1 148 6 ELIZA
CONTRIVE ( 1 1)
Contrive to stir a little? let me help you? 1 285 112 POLI
CONTROL ( 1 0)
My spirit spurn’d control, 1 79 .2A ADRE
CONTROUL ( 1 1)
Those thoughts I would controul, 1 75 13 IMIT
CONVERSE ( 4 4)
The moment’s converse, in her eyes 1 34 227 TAMA
The moment’s converse: in her eyes 1 43 227 TAMB
The moments’ converse — in her eyes 1 50 160 TAMF
The moment’s converse; in her eyes 1 58 148 TAMH
COOL ( 1 1)
Some have left the cool glade, and 1 110 140 ALAAR
COPE ( 1 1)
To shun the fate, with which to cope 1 26 4 TAMA
CORE ( 1 1)
burned into my bosom’s core; 1 367 74 RAVEN
CORNICE ( 2 1)
Lurk’d in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31 ALAAR
Lurked in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 318 ALAAR
CORNICES ( 3 2)
These shattered cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29 COLIS
These shatter’d cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29FGHK COLIS
These shattered cornices, this wreck, this ruin, 1 287 36 POLI
CORONET ( 1 1)
A vacant coronet — 1 335 19 LENA
CORPORATE ( 1 1)
He is the corporate Silence: dread him not! 1 322 10 SILE
CORPSE ( 2 2)
The day is very sultry — and that a corpse 1 285 115 POLI
No matter! — not ungraceful in a corpse. 1 285 125 POLI
CORROSIVE ( 2 2)
By the corrosive Hours to Fate and me? 1 229 32 COLIS
By the corrosive hours to Fate and me? 1 287 39 POLI
CORSLET ( 1 1)
The corslet on his bosom bold 1 301 3 PARO
COST ( 2 2)
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
COSTLY ( 1 1)
Of her “costly broider’d pall") 1 206 14 PAEAN
COT ( 1 1)
Something he spoke of the old cot: 1 39 399 TAMA
COTTAGER ( 3 3)
A cottager, I mark’d a throne 1 33 205 TAMA
A cottager, I mark’d a throne 1 42 205 TAMB
A cottager, I mark’d a throne 1 57 130 TAMH
COUCH ( 6 3)
Weary, I laid me on a couch to rest — 1 6 2 POET
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 228 21.IABC COLIS
Here, where on golden couch the monarch lolled, 1 228 22D COLIS
Here, where on ivory couch the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22FK COLIS
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
Into a western couch of thunder-cloud; 1 446 49 TOHEL
COUCHES ( 1 1)
On violet couches faint away. 1 160 15 MYST
COULD ( 39 36)
Tho’ then its passion could not be: 1 30 111 TAMA
The which I could not love the less, 1 47 81 TAMF
Could ever bribe me to define, 1 48 94 TAMF
How could I from that water bring 1 48 96 TAMF
When hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 51 193 TAMF
When Hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 59 187 TAMH
When towering Eagle-Hope could see 1 59 187D TAMH
Of Loveliness could see. 1 66 8 SONG
Of mine own thought — what more could I have seen? 1 68 18 DREA
What could there be more purely bright 1 80 15 ADRE
The which I could not love the less; 1 84 3 LAKEA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 85 19 LAKEA
Whose wild’ring thought could even make 1 85 21 LAKEA
Could teach or bribe me to define — 1 86 16 LAKEF
For him who thence could solace bring 1 86 20 LAKEF
Whose solitary soul could make 1 86 22 LAKEF
And long’d to rest, yet could but sparkle there! 1 108 59 ALAAR
Could angels be blest?) 1 109 89 ALAAR
Alone could see the phantom in the skies, 1 114 254 ALAAR
As others saw — I could not bring 1 146 3 ALONE
My sorrow — I could not awaken 1 146 6 ALONE
I could not love except where Death 1 157 31 INTRO
If I could dwell 1 176 45 ISRG
But the dream — it could not last! 1 214 TA-G PARA
What could have put that creature in your head? 1 253 24 POLI
And pure as beautiful, how could she think — 1 254 46 POLI
How could she dream, being herself all truth 1 254 47 POLI
Most singular! I could not think it possible 1 265 25 POLI
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
Thou askest me if I could speak of love, 1 272 10 POLI
Could the dishonoured Lalage abide? 1 273 26 POLI
Could you not, think you, by a desperate effort, 1 285 111 POLI
Would God I could awaken! 1 308 37 BRIDA
Would God I could awaken! 1 309 28 BRIDF
Could fling, all lavishly and free, 1 385 2 FSO
If one could merely understand the plot. 1 389 12 VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 389 12BC VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 390 12 VALG
Could hope to utter. And I! my spells are broken. 1 407 16 MARB
COULDN’T ( 1 1)
He thinks I’ll have him — but oh no! — I couldn’t. 1 277 46 POLI
COULDST ( 3 3)
O still more happy maiden who couldst die! 1 260 13 POLI
Lest I behold thee not; thou couldst not go 1 275 93 POLI
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
COUNT ( 26 26)
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
Well, master Rupert what have you done with the count? 1 248 17 POLI
RUPERT You think the Count Castiglione altered — 1 249 30 POLI
At all events the Count Castiglione 1 251 81 POLI
You do not mean to say the count my master 1 251 84 POLI
Of the Count. I’m (hiccup!) done with You Jacinto! 1 251 89 POLI
JACINTA. The count Castiglione, your sweet master 1 252 118 POLI
SAN OZZO Sir Count, 1 254 26 POLI
The Count San Ozzo. 1 256 92 POLI
The wine or the ashes! Ugo, send word to the Count 1 257 114 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — Ugo send word to the Count 1 257 115 POLI
Sir Count! what art thou dreaming? he’s not well! 1 258 33 POLI
For he’s sure the Count Castiglione never 1 262 52 POLI
As I was walking with the Count San Ozzo 1 265 28 POLI
“And tell the Count Castiglione I want him.” 1 278 64 POLI
Demanded but to die! — what sayeth the Count? 1 279 10 POLI
No mortal eyes have seen! — what said the Count? 1 279 18 POLI
The Count Castiglione will not fight, 1 280 29 POLI
Unto the Count — it is exceeding just 1 280 36 POLI
didst say, Sir Count? 1 281 64 POLI
I wish to see the Count — he’ll not admit me — 1 283 64 POLI
I’ll make this idiot go and tell the Count 1 283 70 POLI
In saying “Sir Count, your worthy servant Ugo 1 284 86 POLI
I will inform the Count — but not so fast — 1 284 93 POLI
Unto the Count — ha! — do you take me Sir! 1 284 103 POLI
The Count as I directed — you’ve departed 1 285 133 POLI
COUNTENANCE ( 1 1)
of the countenance it wore, 1 366 44 RAVEN
COUNTER ( 1 1)
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
COUNTER-HOPPER ( 1 1)
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
COUNTERS ( 2 1)
And hop o’er counters with a Vestris air, 1 11 52 TEMP
And hop o’er counters with a Vester’s air, 1 11 52C TEMP
COUNTRY ( 1 1)
In my own country all the way 1 162 30 FAIRY2
COUNT’S ( 1 1)
And pride should have a fall. The count’s a rake 1 250 67 POLI
COUNTS ( 1 1)
(As she counts, 1 277 30d POLI
COUPLING ( 1 1)
How my heart beats in coupling those two words!) 1 445 27 TOHEL
COURAGE ( 1 1)
Thy servant maid! — but courage! — ’tis but a viper 1 262 57 POLI
COURSE ( 6 4)
He then, of course, must shake his foot instead. 1 12 84 TEMP
Of our boyhood, his course hath run: 1 39 385 TAMA
When first Al Aaraaf knew her course to be 1 115 255 ALAAR
When first Tophet-Nour knew her course to be 1 115 25532 ALAAR
When first the phantom’s course was found to be 1 115 255LMQ ALAAR
COURSES ( 1 1)
And goads him to these courses. They say the Duke 1 249 44 POLI
COURT ( 1 1)
the camp — the court 1 268 21 POLI
COURTS ( 1 1)
To me, Politian, of thy camps and courts. 1 268 28 POLI
COUSIN ( 8 8)
His cousin Alessandra. She was the friend 1 250 58 POLI
To my cousin Alessandra? Honor’s the thing! 1 255 77 POLI
Thy happiness! — what ails thee, cousin of mine? 1 257 6 POLI
CASTIGLIONE Nothing, fair cousin, nothing — 1 258 17 POLI
CASTIGLIONE Cousin! fair cousin! — madam! 1 258 34 POLI
Castiglione! call your cousin hither 1 266 56 POLI
Of brother, friend and cousin meet, — 1 382 12 VANE
COVERED ( 1 1)
She covered me warm, 1 458 80 ANNIE
COVERING ( 1 1)
And their moony covering 1 141 30 FAIRY1
COVETED ( 2 2)
Coveted her and me. 1 477 12 LEEE
Coveted her and me. 1 479 12 LEEE
COWARD ( 5 4)
I do believe thee! — coward, I do believe thee! 1 281 70 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — coward! — this may not be! 1 281 71 POLI
I am the veriest coward. O pity me! 1 282 73 POLI
I am — I am — a coward. O pity me! 1 282 73B POLI
Called him a coward on yesterday forenoon, 1 283 67 POLI
COWARDICE ( 1 1)
Dost hear? with cowardice — thou wilt not fight me? 1 282 91 POLI
CRACK ( 1 1)
At the masquerade, and afterwards crack a bottle 1 257 119 POLI
CRADLED ( 2 2)
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 29 71 TAMA
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 40 71 TAMB
CRAG ( 3 3)
Upon a mountain crag, young Angelo — 1 112 191 ALAAR
From crag to crag down the precipitous Time, 1 377 2 LINES
CRASH ( 1 1)
Hear the far generations — how they crash 1 377 1 LINES
CRAVE ( 3 2)
Good day! — I crave your patronage however 1 255 60 POLI
I crave thy pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35 POLI
I crave your pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35Ax POLI
CRAVEN ( 1 1)
thou,” I said, “art sure no craven, 1 366 45 RAVEN
CRAVING ( 2 2)
O craving heart for the lost flowers 1 45 21 TAMF
O craving heart, for the lost flowers 1 54 21 TAMH
CRAWLING ( 1 1)
A crawling shape intrude! 1 326 26 WORM
CREAM ( 1 1)
Fill with mingled cream and amber, 1 450 1 ALE
CREASES ( 1 1)
And then you will find your money in creases! 1 378 4 WALL
CREATURE ( 1 1)
What could have put that creature in your head? 1 253 24 POLI
CREATURES ( 2 2)
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
CREEP ( 7 5)
How bright! and yet to creep 1 53 247 TAMF
How few! and how they creep 1 131 21 SHOULD
How bright! and yet to creep 1 131 21D SHOULD
No icy worms about her creep: 1 185 62 IRENE1
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 39E IRENE2
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 47 IRENE2
How few! yet how they creep 1 452 16 TAKE
CREEPING ( 1 1)
Where wild flowers, creeping, 1 110 136 ALAAR
CREPT ( 2 2)
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 53 235 TAMF
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 61 240 TAMH
CRESCENT ( 4 3)
His target was the crescent shell 1 301 7 PARO
Out of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35 ULA
Ont of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35D ULA
Astarte’s bediamonded crescent, 1 417 37 ULA
CREST ( 1 1)
“Though thy crest be shorn and shaven, 1 366 45 RAVEN
CRESTED ( 1 1)
Triumphant, o’er the crested palls, 1 188 52 IRENE2
CRIED ( 2 2)
“Wretch,” I cried, “thy God hath lent thee — 1 368 81 RAVEN
And I cried — “It was surely October, 1 418 85 ULA
CRIES ( 1 1)
A voice from out the Future cries, 1 214 10 PARA
CRIME ( 10 7)
Is more than crime may dare to dream, 1 26 5 TAMA
And bade it first to dream of crime, 1 31 149 TAMA
When falsehood were a ten-fold crime, 1 32 190 TAMA
And bade it first to dream of crime. 1 41 149 TAMB
My heart would feel to be a crime 1 128 20 ROMG
My heart hath fear’d to be a crime 1 128 20C ROMG
My heart half fear’d to be a crime 1 157 44 INTRO
From me — to titled age and crime, 1 215 20.3B PARA
From Love — to titled age and crime, 1 215 20.3CEGLO PARA
I feel it more than half a crime 1 222 2 SERE
CRIMSON ( 2 1)
“And wave this crimson canopy, 1 184 35 IRENE1
“And wave the crimson canopy, 1 184 35C IRENE1
CRISIS ( 1 1)
Thank Heaven! the crisis — 1 456 1 ANNIE
CRISPED ( 6 2)
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2 ULA
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2AJ ULA
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2BCG ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83AK ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83BCG ULA
CROAKING ( 1 1)
Meant in croaking “Nevermore.” 1 367 72 RAVEN
CROCODILE ( 1 1)
Their crocodile dew, 1 335 18 LENA
CROSS ( 9 9)
(Ah! will they cross me in my angrier path?) 1 105 138 ALAAR
You certainly see double. Here’s a cross 1 251 103 POLI
A cross of rubies, you oaf! a cross of rubies! 1 251 104 POLI
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high;) 1 264 13d POLI
Thy raiments and thy ebony cross affright me! 1 264 101 POLI
Behold the cross wherewith a vow like mine 1 264 106 POLI
Several persons cross and recross the stage rapid-/ly. 1 275 26/27d POLI
CROSS-HANDLED ( 1 1)
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high.) 1 264 13d POLI
CROUCHED ( 1 1)
Low crouched on Earth, some violets lie, 1 193 42 NISB
CROUCHES ( 3 3)
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 44 253 TAMB
And crouches to a keeper’s hand, 1 50 173 TAMF
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 58 161 TAMH
CROWD ( 5 4)
Not one, of all the crowd, to pry 1 72 3 SPIRD
Where all my love is folly and the crowd 1 104 135 ALAAR
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 2 TOF
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 14.2BC TOF
By a crowd that seize it not, 1 325 20 WORM
CROWDED ( 1 1)
Ianthe, beauty crowded on me then, 1 113 225 ALAAR
CROWDING ( 3 2)
Crowding, confused became 1 32 176 TAMA
Crowding confusedly became 1 42 176 TAMB
Crowding around my earthly path — 1 236 2A TOF
CROWN ( 13 13)
We walk’d together on the crown 1 33 214 TAMA
As nuptial dowry — a queen’s crown, 1 34 244 TAMA
We walk’d together on the crown 1 43 214 TAMB
As nuptial dowry a queen’s crown 1 44 244 TAMB
We walk’d together on the crown 1 50 151 TAMF
And donn’d a visionary crown — 1 SO 168 TAMF
We walk’d together on the crown 1 58 139 TAMH
And donn’d a visionary crown —— 1 58 156 TAMH
Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown. 1 78 32 STAN
Sat gently on these columns as a crown — 1 106 21 ALAAR
With its centre on the crown 1 140 16 FAIRY1
With its centre on the crown 1 162 52 FAIRY2
And on the spectral mountain’s crown 1 223 12 SERE
CROWNS ( 2 2)
And laughter crowns the festive hour 1 17 2 OCT
Less than five thousand crowns! 1 252 106 POLI
CRUCIFIX ( 5 5)
Fills me with dread — thy ebony crucifix 1 263 81 POLI
Hast thou a crucifix fit for this thing? 1 264 97 POLI
A crucifix whereon to register 1 264 98 POLI
Stand back! I have a crucifix myself, — 1 264 102 POLI
I have a crucifix! Methinks ’twere fitting 1 264 103 POLI
CRUEL ( 2 2)
This mockery is most cruel! — most cruel indeed! 1 272 4 POLI
CRUMBLING ( 3 2)
These crumbling walls; these tottering arcades — 1 229 26A-D COLIS
These vague entablatures — this crumbling frieze — 1 229 28 COLIS
These crumbling walls — these tottering arcades 1 286 33 POLI
CRUSH ( 4 4)
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 28 66 TAMA
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 40 66 TAMB
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 47 65 TAMF
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 55 61 TAMH
CRY ( 9 8)
I’ll neither laugh with one or cry with t’other, 1 10 26 TEMP
I’ll neither laugh with one nor cry with t’other, 1 10 26C TEMP
And leap within me at the cry) 1 28 58 TAMA
The battle-cry of victory! 1 28 59 TAMA
And leap within me at the cry!) 1 47 57 TAMF
The battle cry of victory. 1 47 58 TAMF
And leap within me at the cry) 1 55 53 TAMH
The battle-cry of Victory! 1 SS 54 TAMH
Wakening the broad welkin with his loud battle cry; 1 341 2 CAMP
CRYSTAL ( 4 3)
Leave tenantless thy crystal home, and fly, 1 105 143 ALAAR
Far down within the crystal of the lake 1 107 39.1B ALAAR
Of crystal, wandering water, 1 134 2 TOFO
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
CRYSTALLINE ( 3 3)
Let us bathe in this crystalline light! 1 417 63 ULA
With a crystalline delight; 1 435 8 BELLSEG
Upon those crystalline, celestial spheres! 1 446 43 TOHEL
CULTURED ( 1 1)
The fullness of a cultured mind, 1 386 17 FSO
CUMBER ( 1 1)
That cumber them too — 1 109 87 ALAAR
CUP ( 1 1)
Drinking the cup of pleasure to the dregs. 1 259 60 POLI
CUPID ( 1 1)
With Indian Cupid down the holy river — 1 102 79 ALAAR
CURE ( 1 1)
To cure his love — was cured of all beside — 1 150 8 ACROS
CURED ( 1 1)
To cure his love — was cured of all beside — 1 150 8 ACROS
CURIOUS ( 1 1)
Over many a quaint and curious 1 364 2 RAVEN
CURL ( 8 4)
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 200 37 CITYA
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36 CITYH
No murmuring ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36C CITYH
Can vie with the modest Eulalie’s most unregarded curl — 1 349 12 EULA
most unregarded curl — 1 349 12AZ EULA
most humble and careless curl — 1 349 12Y EULA
most humble and careless curl. 1 349 13 EULA
most vagrant and careless curl. 1 349 13Y EULA
CURLED ( 1 1)
Rich clouds, for canopies, about her curled — 1 100 36 ALAAR
CURLS ( 1 1)
Toss back his fine curls from his forehead fair 1 11 S1 TEMP
CURRENT ( 1 1)
And spite all dogmas current in all ages, 1 11 77 TEMP
CURRENTS ( 1 1)
Their sulphurous currents down Yaanek, 1 416 16 ULA
CURSE ( 1 1)
It was my choice or chance or curse 1 147 1 LEA
CURTAIN ( 4 4)
Which thro’ some tatter’d curtain pries 1 162 32 FAIRY2
And wave the curtain canopy 1 187 24 IRENE2
The curtain, a funeral pall, 1 326 35 WORM
rustling of each purple curtain 1 365 13 RAVEN
CURTSEY ( 2 2)
Then “yes ma’am” I reply, and curtsey thus 1 278 65 POLI
One in a thousand for a dainty curtsey. 1 278 67 POLI
CUSHIONED ( 1 1)
Straight I wheeled a cushioned seat 1 367 68 RAVEN
CUSHION’S ( 1 1)
On the cushion’s velvet lining 1 368 76 RAVEN
CUT ( 3 3)
The youth who cut the ribbon for her shoes! 1 11 58 TEMP
UGO. I’m going to cut — 1 251 92 POLI
UGO. To cut you altogether! 1 251 93 POLI
CYCLES ( 1 1)
“What tho’ in worlds which sightless cycles run, 1 104 133 ALAAR
CYPRESS ( 2 2)
Of cypress, I roamed with my Soul — 1 416 11 ULA
Of cypress, with Psyche, my Soul. 1 416 12 ULA


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞


Notes:

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


∞∞∞∞∞∞∞

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