Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (DACTYLIC through DESERTS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 118-130 (This material is protected by copyright)


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DACTYLIC ( 2 2)
(I. “Triple-rhymed natural-dactylic lines"? 1 393 1 MODC
(III. “Dactylic lines in which we find natural feet” — 1 393 8 MODC
DAEDALION ( 1 1)
A red Daedalion on the timid Earth. 1 114 244 ALAAR
DAGGER ( 1 1)
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high,) 1 264 13d POLI
DAILY ( 5 5)
And daily strut the street with bows and scrapes, 1 10 33 TEMP
Whom daily they are wont to see 1 35 262 TAMA
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 53 228 TAMF
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 61 233 TAMH
Shall be a daily theme for praise, 1 235 7 THOUJ
DAINTILY ( 1 1)
Meekly and daintily thus. Oh! I’m a maid 1 278 66 POLI
DAINTY ( 2 1)
The Elfin from the grass? — the dainty fay, 1 91 13F SCI
One in a thousand for a dainty curtsey. 1 278 67 POLI
DALLIED ( 1 1)
And every gentle air that dallied, 1 316 13 HAUNT
DAME ( 2 1)
Told of a beauteous dame beyond the sea! 1 261 15 POLI
Told of a beauteous dame in Albion! 1 261 15Ax POLI
DAMES ( 3 2)
Here, where the dames of Rome their gilded hair 1 228 20 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 228 20A-D COLIS
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
DAMN ( 2 2)
But damn it, sir, I deem it a disgrace 1 10 31 TEMP
Will damn a man, that damned villain am I! 1 254 44 POLI
DAMNED ( 9 6)
Aspiringly, are damned, and die: 1 158 57 INTRO
His conduct there has damned him in my eyes. 1 249 36 POLI
Will damn a man, that damned villain am I! 1 254 44 POLI
Damned if you do? — look you, you ignoramus 1 283 51 POLI
Up from the damned earth — 1 336 54 LENA
Up from the damned earth — 1 336 54B LENA
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 23C LENK
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 23D-GL LENK
up from the damned Earth! 1 337 24 LENK
DAMP ( 1 1)
The damp air of the evening — the fatigue 1 267 70 POLI
DANC’D ( 1 1)
While the moon danc’d with the fair stranger light — 1 106 10 ALAAR
DANCE ( 2 2)
And having cheated ladies, dance with them; 1 11 54 TEMP
Or worse — upon her brow to dance 1 183 5 IRENE1
DANCES ( 4 3)
And dances again 1 110 122 ALAAR
In what ethereal dances, 1 215 25 PARA
In the maze of flashing dances 1 215 25A PARA
And he dances and he yells; 1 438 94 BELLSEG
DANCING ( 1 1)
What ho! What ho! this fellow is dancing mad; 1 329 1 WHAT
DANGER ( 7 7)
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 38 375 TAMA
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 52 206 TAMF
But cannot from a danger nigh. 1 60 200 TAMH
This wonderful plan, without danger or loss, 1 378 S WALL
How the danger ebbs and flows: — 1 437 60 BELLSEG
How the danger sinks and swells, 1 437 64 BELLSEG
The danger is past, 1 456 2 ANNIE
DANK ( 5 3)
It was down by the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 8 ULA
We remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28 ULA
Remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28CG ULA
Remember’d not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28F ULA
Well I know, now, this dank tarn of Auber — 1 418 93 ULA
DARE ( 14 12)
Is more than crime may dare to dream, 1 26 5 TAMA
Nor would I dare attempt to trace 1 29 90 TAMA
Thou can’st not — would’st not dare to think 1 30 103 TAMA
With which they dare combine 1 131 33 SHOULD
That I might dare be honest! 1 254 51 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — indeed I dare not. 1 281 63 POLI
Avaunt — I will not fight thee — I dare not — dare not. 1 281 63B POLI
CASTIGLIONE. I dare not — dare not — 1 281 66 POLI
I cannot — dare not. 1 281 69 POLI
May not — dare not openly view it; 1 345 44 ROUTE
No subject vice dare interfere, 1 384 7 KING
DARED ( 3 2)
ever dared to dream before; 1 365 26 RAVEN
the sweet Hope he dared adjure — 1 367 6SABC RAVEN
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
DAREST ( 3 1)
Exceeding well! — thou darest not fight with me? 1 281 65.1B POLI
Didst say thou darest not? Ha! 1 281 66 POLI
Thou darest not! 1 281 70.1B POLI
DARING ( 2 2)
Then here’s the White Eagle, full daring is he, 1 342 3 CAMP
How daring an ambition! yet how deep — 1 446 46 TOHEL
DARK ( 16 12)
A light in the dark wild, alone. 1 34 233 TAMA
A light in the dark wild alone. 1 43 233 TAMB
From their thrones, in the dark heaven; 1 71 13 SPIRA
’Mid dark thoughts of the gray tomb-stone — 1 72 2 SPIRD
A dark unfathom’d tide 1 75 1 IMIT
In visions of the dark night 1 79 1 ADRE
For on its wing was dark alloy 1 82 21 HAPP
To his dark imagining; 1 85 20 LAKEA
Here sate he with his love — his dark eye bent 1 112 194 ALAAR
Of where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23A PARA
Are where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23B-HK-NPRZ PARA
Are where the dark eye glances, 1 215 23Q PARA
But hold! — thee dark, these perishing arcades — 1 229 26FK COLIS
The wedding is to be at dark, and here 1 276 6 POLI
This time and dark — one, two, three, four, five, six! 1 276 9 POLI
How dark a wo! yet how sublime a hope! 1 446 44 TOHEL
DARKEN’D ( 3 1)
Springing from a darken’d mind. 1 85 16 LAKEA
Springing from a darken’d mind — 1 86 16B LAKEF
Beholds it but through darken’d glasses. 1 345 SOD ROUTE
DARKENED ( 1 1)
Beholds it but through darkened glasses. 1 345 50 ROUTE
DARKLY ( 1 1)
Darkly my Present and my Past, 1 218 10 HYMN
DARKNESS ( 9 8)
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 S9 197 TAMH
And sees the darkness coming as a cloud — 1 107 46 ALAAR
Into the darkness of a room, 1 162 33 FAIRY2
Of Darkness and the Tomb, O pity me! 1 279 5 POLI
Darkness there and nothing more. 1 365 24 RAVEN
Deep into that darkness peering, 1 365 25 RAVEN
and the darkness gave no token, 1 365 27ABCEFHJLNPU RAVEN
DARLING ( 4 4)
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
DART ( 1 1)
Something about Satan’s dart — 1 192 11 NISA
DATE ( 1 1)
That we may date his ruin — so I call it — 1 249 39 POLI
DAUGHTER ( 7 6)
Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1 SCI
Science! meet daughter of Old Time thou art! 1 91 1A-E SCI
In old Alberto’s daughter; 1 134 6 TOFO
The richest vintner’s daughter owning these jewels! 1 252 111 POLI
Sweet daughter! in Heaven. Think of eternal things! 1 263 74 POLI
MONK. Daughter, this zeal is well! 1 264 95 POLI
MONK. Thy words are madness, daughter, 1 264 107 POLI
DAWN ( 2 2)
Then — in my childhood — in the dawn 1 146 9 ALONE
Shall dawn upon him, desolate!) 1 316 36 HAUNT
DAY ( 47 42)
When after day of perilous strife 1 28 42 TAMA
Nothings of mid-day waking life — 1 32 170 TAMA
The livelong summer day, oppress 1 33 212 TAMA
One noon of a bright summer’s day 1 35 283 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
Let life, then, as the day-flow’r, fall — 1 39 389 TAMA
The trancient, passionate day-flow’r, 1 39 390 TAMA
Nothings of mid-day waking life — 1 41 170 TAMB
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 212 TAMB
In a night — or in a day — 1 53 240 TAMF
The minute — the hour — the day — oppress 1 58 137 TAMH
Let life, then, as the day-flower, fall 1 60 211 TAMH
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
I saw thee on thy bridal day — 1 66 1 SONG
I saw thee on the bridal day — 1 66 IA SONG
Who saw thee on that bridal day, 1 66 13 SONG
Who saw the on that bridal day, 1 66 13A SONG
In day light, and in beauty from his birth: 1 77 3 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
In Truth’s day-star? 1 80 16 ADRE
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 1 HAPP
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 13 HAPP
As in those gardens where the day 1 99 3 ALAAR
The night that waned and waned and brought no day. 1 115 262 ALAAR
In a night — or in a day — 1 131 14 SHOULD
And sleep to dream till day 1 133 10 BOWERS
An idle longing night and day 1 158 54 INTRO
Dreamy maidens all the day, 1 160 13 MYST
To-day (the wind blew, and) it swung 1 161 14 FAIRY2
Lies that valley as the day 1 191 3 NISA
There the sun Both reel by day 1 193 45 NISA
In the midst of which all day 1 195 7 NISE
“The day is past"; and never more 1 214 18.2A PARA
Good day! — I crave your patronage however 1 255 60 POLI
This every-day occurrence. Marry her — no! 1 255 68 POLI
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
Laden from yonder bowers! — a fairer day, 1 279 16 POLI
To lie all day in that especial manner 1 283 53 POLI
The day is very sultry — and that a corpse 1 285 115 POLI
In that sweet day, 1 316 14 HAUNT
And all day long 1 349 17 EULA
While all day long 1 349 17BCD EULA
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
While even in the meridian glare of day 1 446 64 TOHEL
In a night, or in a day, 1 451 7 TAKE
DAY-FLOWER ( 1 1)
Let life, then, as the day-flower, fall 1 60 211 TAMH
DAY-FLOW’R ( 2 2)
Let life, then, as the day-flow’r, fall — 1 39 389 TAMA
The trancient, passionate day-flow’r, 1 39 390 TAMA
DAYS ( 22 17)
It had seen better days, he said; 1 39 400 TAMA
For in those days it was my lot 1 47 79 TAMF
With a Paean of old days. 1 207 40 PAEAN
And all my days are trances, 1 215 21 PARA
At length — at length — after so many days 1 228 4 COLIS
“As in old days from Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36ACD COLIS
A few days more, thou knowest, my Alessandra, 1 257 3 POLI
In earlier days — a friend will not deceive thee. 1 262 60 POLI
LALAGE. Think of my early days! — think of my father 1 263 83 POLI
In earlier days! 1 269 60 POLI
In days that are to come? 1 274 74 POLI
At length at length after so many days 1 286 5 POLI
With a Paean of old days! 1 336 48 LENA
with a Paean of old days! 1 337 21CDFGL LENK
with a Poean of old days! 1 337 21E LENK
with a Paean of old days!” 1 337 26 LENK
with a Poean of old days!” 1 337 26K LENK
of the saintly days of yore; 1 366 38 RAVEN
Thine should be length of happy days, 1 385 5 FSO
These were days when my heart was volcanic 1 416 13 ULA
These were the days when my heart was volcanic 1 416 13D ULA
That my days have been a dream; 1 451 5 TAKE
DAY-STAR ( 1 1)
In Truth’s day-star? 1 80 16 ADRE
DAZZLE ( 1 1)
And dazzle me, Baldazzar. Alas! alas! 1 269 42 POLI
DAZZLINGLY ( 1 1)
Hath ne’er shone dazzlingly upon 1 35 264 TAMA
D——D ( 1 1)
SAN OZZO. D——d if he does that’s flat! 1 282 48 POLI
DE ( 2 2)
Felo de se, I’m what they call deceased. 1 283 76 POLI
Made way with himself — that’s felo de se you know — 1 284 89 POLI
DEA ( 1 1)
The bright idea, or bright dear-eye. 1 380 4 KATE
DEAD ( 46 40)
But she who rear’d them was long dead, 1 39 403 TAMA
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 45 23 TAMF
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 54 23 TAMH
The spirits of the dead, who stood 1 71 7 SPIRA
The spirits of the dead who stood 1 72 7 SPIRD
Lie dead on my heart-strings 1 137 15 TOMB
But that, while I am dead yet alive 1 137 19 TOMB
But that, while I am dead and alive 1 137 19A TOMB
The lady sleeps: the dead all sleep — 1 184 41 IRENE1
It was the dead who groaned within. 1 188 60 IRENE2
It was the dead who groan’d within. 1 188 60E IRENE2
Not the gaily-jewell’d dead 1 200 35 CITYA
Not the gaily-jewelled dead 1 202 34 CITYH
Not the gayly-jewell’d dead 1 202 34G CITYH
The requiem for the loveliest dead, 1 205 3 PAEAN
Dead beauty with a tear! 1 206 8A PAEAN
That the dead may feel no wrong. 1 206 20 PAEAN
Of the dead, who is my bride. 1 206 24 PAEAN
Of the dead — dead — who lies 1 206 25 PAEAN
You can’t perceive I’m dead! 1 283 59 POLI
I can’t perceive you’re dead? soho! I see! 1 283 60 POLI
So — so — you’re dead eh? come now — come now, Ugo! 1 283 72 POLI
And are you really dead? 1 283 74 POLI
Dead, so to say, but having just committed 1 283 75 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
UGO. Get up? I can’t — Sir, I’ve been dead an hour 1 284 107 POLI
This life — you’re dead, deceased, defunct, 1 285 134 POLI
And the dead who is forsaken 1 308 41 BRIDA
(Thinking him dead D’Elormie,) 1 309 18 BRIDF
Lest the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32 BRIDF
And the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32B BRIDF
A dirge for the most lovely dead 1 335 7 LENA
For her most wrong’d of all the dead 1 335 26 LENA
An anthem for the queenliest dead 1 336 6 LENK
A dirge for her the doubly dead 1 336 7 LENK
dirge for her the doubly dead 1 336 7E LENK
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
Their lone waters — lone and dead, — 1 344 18 ROUTE
Their lone waters, lone and dead, — 1 344 22 ROUTE
Might fancy me dead — 1 456 16 ANNIE
Thinking me dead. 1 456 18 ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 88 ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 92 ANNIE
Thinking me dead: — 1 459 94 ANNIE
Are mother to the dead I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHC
DEAF ( 2 2)
Rendered me mad and deaf and blind. 1 55 57 TAMH
In a mad expostulation with the deaf and frantic fire, 1 436 45 BELLSEG
DEAL ( 1 1)
Nor deal in flattery or aspersions foul, 1 10 27 TEMP
DEAR ( 17 14)
Or is it all but a dream, my dear? 1 161 10 FAIRY2
Oh, lady dear, hast thou no fear? 1 187 30 IRENE2
UGO. What dear Jacinta? 1 252 121 POLI
UGO. Sweet, dear, Jacinta! madame Jacinta. 1 252 125 POLI
For the dear child 1 335 36 LENA
Leaving thee wild for the dear child 1 337 16 LENK
While ever to her dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20 EULA
While ever to it dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20AZ EULA
And ever to her dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20BCD EULA
The bright i-dea, or bright dear-eye. 1 380 4 KATE
Were you not something, of a dunce, my dear — 1 389 20 VALA
Were you not something of a dunce, my dear: — 1 389 20BC VALA
With thy dear name as text, though bidden by thee, 1 407 18 MARB
With that dear name as text I cannot write — 1 407 23 MARA
Of the dear names that lie concealed within ’t. 1 425 14 DUNCE
But now, at length, dear Dian sank from sight, 1 446 48 TOHEL
Therefore by that dear name I long have called you — 1 467 5 MOTHB
DEARER ( 4 4)
And dearer thy beam shall be; 1 74 17 STAR
And thus are dearer than the mother I knew 1 467 12 MOTHB
Was dearer to my soul than its soul-life. 1 467 14 MOTHB
Was dearer to my soul than its soul-life. 1 467 14 MOTHC
DEAREST ( 4 4)
Away, then my dearest, 1 110 128 ALAAR
“Ianthe, dearest, see! how dim that ray! 1 113 198 ALAAR
Here, dearest, where the moonbeam fell 1 161 2 FAIRY2
A bond where all the dearest ties 1 382 11 VANE
DEAR-EYE ( 1 1)
The bright 1-dea, or bright dear-eye. 1 380 4 KATE
DEARLY ( 2 2)
Are mother to the one I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHB
Are mother to the dead I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHC
DEATH ( 33 31)
Grows dim around me — death is near. 1 27 16 TAMA
As the portrait of one after death; 1 39 380 TAMA
A portrait taken after death. 1 52 212 TAMF
I know — for death, who comes for me 1 52 218 TAMF
A portrait taken after death. 1 60 206 TAMH
I know — for Death who comes for me 1 60 223 TAMH
In death around thee, and their will 1 71 9 SPIRA
In death around thee — and their will 1 72 9 SPIRD
Death was in that poison’d wave 1 85 17 LAKEA
Death was in that poisonous wave, 1 86 18 LAKEF
Death was in that poison’d wave, 1 86 18BCE LAKEF
O Death! from eye of God upon that star: 1 111 161 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — sweeter still that death — 1 111 162 ALAAR
Sweet was their death — with them to die was rife 1 111 168 ALAAR
Beyond that death no immortality 1 111 170 ALAAR
But O that light! — I slumber’d — Death, the while, 1 113 210 ALAAR
I could not love except where Death 1 157 31 INTRO
Lo! Death hath rear’d himself a throne 1 199 1 CITYA
Death looks gigantically down. 1 200 44 CITYA
And Death to some more happy clime 1 200 57 CITYA
Lo! Death has reared himself a throne 1 201 1 CITYH
Lo! Death has rear’d himself a throne 1 201 1G CITYH
Death looks gigantically down. 1 202 29 CITYH
With the death upon her eyes, 1 206 27 PAEAN
Sings its wild death song, sweet and clear, 1 225 2 FANNY
Oh! I am sick, sick, sick, even unto death, 1 268 29 POLI
I will not walk myself to death at all — 1 276 13 POLI
Even unto death. Before those whom thou lowest — 1 282 89 POLI
The death upon her eyes. 1 336 43 LENA
That did to death the innocence 1 337 12 LENK
the death upon her eyes. 1 337 19 LENK
Their odorous souls in an ecstatic death — 1 445 13 TOHEL
And fill my heart of hearts, where Death installed you 1 467 7 MOTHB
DEBATE ( 1 1)
Each fit to furnish forth four hours debate. 1 10 22 TEMP
DEBAUCH ( 1 1)
The consequence of yestereve’s debauch — 1 255 81 POLI
DEBAUCHERIES ( 1 1)
His low debaucheries — his gambling habits 1 249 40 POLI
DEBONAIR ( 2 2)
And debonair, 1 335 39 LENA
For her, the fair and debonair, that now so lowly lies, 1 337 17 LENK
DECEASED ( 7 7)
And Beauty long deceased — remembers me 1 262 65 POLI
That he’s deceased — if so the game is up. 1 283 71 POLI
Felo de se, I’m what they call deceased. 1 283 76 POLI
Deceased is not the word. What say you, Ugo? 1 284 79 POLI
Deceased is not the proper word to express 1 284 80 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
This life — you’re dead, deceased, defunct, 1 285 134 POLI
DECEIVE ( 3 3)
Where there is nothing to deceive, 1 52 220 TAMF
Where there is nothing to deceive, 1 60 225 TAMH
In earlier days — a friend will not deceive thee. 1 262 60 POLI
DECEMBER ( 1 1)
it was in the bleak December; 1 365 7 RAVEN
DECIDEDLY ( 1 0)
I do remember it — decidedly — what then? 1 265 7Ax POLI
DECK ( 2 2)
That list our Love, and deck our bowers — 1 100 13 ALAAR
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
DECLINE ( 1 1)
He loth decline your cartel. 1 279 13 POLI
DECOROUS ( 1 1)
More decorous, you know, — you understand me? 1 284 100 POLI
DECORUM ( 1 1)
By the grave and stern decorum 1 366 44 RAVEN
DEED ( 7 7)
In every deed shall mingle, love. 1 223 25 SERE
A very nobleman in heart and deed. 1 249 33 POLI
I’m in despair! I’ll (hiccup!) do some desperate deed! 1 251 91 POLI
The deed — the vow — the symbol of the deed — 1 264 104 POLI
There is no deed I would more glory in, 1 273 39 POLI
LALAGE. A deed is to be done — 1 275 86 POLI
DEED’S ( 1 1)
And the deed’s register should tally, father! 1 264 105 POLI
DEEDS ( 1 1)
How by what hidden deeds of might, 1 38 351 TAMA
DEEM ( 13 11)
But damn it, sir, I deem it a disgrace 1 10 31 TEMP
Nor am I mad, to deem that power 1 27 8 TAMA
That she might deem it naught beside 1 34 226 TAMA
That she might deem it nought beside 1 43 226 TAMB
That she might deem it nought beside 1 50 159 TAMF
I will not madly deem that power 1 53 3 TAMH
That she might deem it nought beside 1 58 147 TAMH
How should he love thee? or how deem thee wise, 1 91 5 SCI
How shall he love thee? or how deem thee wise, 1 91 5BC SCI
That, scarce awake, thy soul shall deem 1 223 20 SERE
We would not deem thee child of earth, 1 224 9 SLEEP
You are not wrong, who deem 1 451 4 TAKE
You are not wrong, to deem 1 451 4C TAKE
DEEM’D ( 11 11)
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power 1 29 80 TAMA
Ev’n then, who deem’d this iron heart 1 29 86 TAMA
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 34 249 TAMA
Whom she had deem’d in his own fire 1 35 275 TAMA
Of long delight, nor yet had deem’d 1 36 294 TAMA
Have deem’d since I have reach’d to power 1 40 80 TAMB
Ev’n then who deem’d this iron heart 1 40 86 TAMB
Had deem’d him, in compassion, aught 1 44 249 TAMB
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 47 71 TAMF
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 56 67 TAMH
Think that he deem’d thy charms divine; 1 226 16 FANNY
DEEP ( 39 38)
And the deep thunder’s echoing roar 1 28 53 TAMA
Her silent, deep astonishment, 1 35 267 TAMA
Where in a deep, still slumber lay 1 36 285 TAMA
And the deep trumpet thunder’s roar 1 46 52 TAMF
Thro’ my fingers to the deep! 1 53 248 TAMF
And the deep trumpet-thunder’s roar 1 55 48 TAMH
When that deep blush would come o’er thee, 1 66 14 SONG
A chaos of deep passion from his birth! 1 68 8 DREA
Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown. 1 78 32 STAN
Upon the flying footsteps of —— deep pride — 1 101 46 ALAAR
In the deep sky, 1 102 83 ALAAR
In a deep dreamy sleep — 1 110 117F ALAAR
In its dream of deep rest, 1 110 133 ALAAR
Thro’ my fingers to the deep! 1 131 22 SHOULD
And then, how deep! — O, deep! 1 140 27 FAIRY1
My draught of passion hath been deep — 1 158 50 INTRO
Now deep shall be — O deep! 1 162 55 FAIRY2
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 174 18 ISRA
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 176 24 ISRG
As it is lasting so be deep — 1 185 61 IRENE1
Which is enduring, so be deep! 1 187 38 IRENE2
As it is lasting, so be deep! 1 188 46 IRENE2
Light from the lurid, deep sea 1 199 22 CITYA
Form in the deep another seven: 1 222 8 SERE
not even deep sorrow — 1 258 17 POLI
So deep abstruse he has not mastered it. 1 259 SS POLI
LALAGE, in deep mourning, reading at a table 1 260 5d POLI
That in this deep humiliation I perish. 1 282 78 POLI
Deep into that darkness peering, 1 365 25 RAVEN
Born and brought up with their snouts deep down 1 394 26 MODC
Deep in earth my love is lying 1 396 1 DEEP
For the resurrection of deep-buried faith 1 400 6 MLS
In deep humility I own that now 1 406 17 MARA
From their deep-toned throats — 1 434 13 BELLSB
From their deep-toned throats! 1 435 14 BELLSC
How daring an ambition! yet how deep — 1 446 46 TOHEL
Through my fingers to the deep, 1 452 17 TAKE
DEEP-BURIED ( 1 1)
For the resurrection of deep-buried faith 1 400 6 MLS
DEEPER ( 1 1)
An humbler heart — a deeper wo. 1 60 221 TAMH
DEEPEST ( 1 1)
Displays the deepest knowledge of the mind; 1 221 4 ENIGMA
DEEPLY ( 5 5)
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 32 180 TAMA
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 42 180 TAMB
Her image deeply lies — 1 135 12 TOFO
Why didst thou sigh so deeply? 1 257 7 POLI
Deeply to sleep 1 458 77 ANNIE
DEEP-TONED ( 2 2)
From their deep-toned throats — 1 434 13 BELLSB
From their deep-toned throats! 1 435 14 BELLSC
DEER ( 1 1)
See the delicate footed rein-deer. 1 393 13 MODC
DEFINE ( 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
DEFUNCT ( 5 5)
Defunct would suit it better. 1 284 82 POLI
UGO. Sir! — I’m defunct. 1 284 82 POLI
That you’re defunct — or stop suppose I say — 1 284 84 POLI
Nor yet defunct, but having unluckily 1 284 88 POLI
This life — you’re dead, deceased, defunct, 1 285 134 POLI
DEFY ( 2 2)
O, I defy thee, Hell, to show 1 60 219 TAMH
Endure! — no — no — defy. 1 131 40 SHOULD
DEGREE ( 1 1)
Lowly — and of their own degree — 1 35 265 TAMA
DEIGN ( 2 2)
The wretch not even to deign to condescend 1 276 17 POLI
O! would she deign to rule my fate, 1 384 9 KING
DEITY ( 2 2)
For the stars trembled at the Deity. 1 104 121 ALAAR
Can it be fancied that Deity ever vindictively 1 393 10 MODC
DELICATE ( 4 4)
They weep: — from off their delicate stems 1 196 26 NISE
More delicate, more proper, and all that — 1 284 101 POLI
My nose is delicate, and to be plain 1 285 117 POLI
See the delicate footed rein-deer. 1 393 13 MODC
DELIGHT ( 13 13)
His very voice is musical delight, 1 11 69 TEMP
Some object of delight upon, 1 29 95 TAMA
All was an undefin’d delight) 1 32 162 TAMA
And raise his infancy’s delight, 1 35 281 TAMA
Of long delight, nor yet had deem’d 1 36 294 TAMA
Some object of delight upon 1 41 95 TAMB
All was an undefin’d delight.) 1 41 162 TAMB
But a tremulous delight — 1 48 92 TAMF
But a tremulous delight, 1 85 14 LAKEA
But a tremulous delight — 1 86 14 LAKEF
To keep watch with delight 1 109 110 ALAAR
With a crystalline delight; 1 435 8 BELLSEG
How they ring out their delight! — 1 435 19 BELLSEG
DELIGHTED ( 2 2)
The winds ran off with it delighted, 1 161 20 FAIRY2
And my friends are all delighted 1 308 21 BRIDA
DELIGHTING ( 1 1)
Compose a sound delighting all to hear — 1 389 18 VALA
DELIRIOUS ( 1 1)
To the delirious eye more lovely things 1 69 32 DREA
DELIRIOUSLY ( 1 1)
Deliriously sweet, was dropp’d from Heaven, 1 101 54 ALAAR
DELL ( 6 5)
In many a star-lit grove, or moon-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 192 17 NISA
Once it smil’d a silent dell 1 192 17B NISA
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 195 1 NISE
In the battle down the dell, 1 307 11 BRIDA
In the battle down the dell, 1 309 11 BRIDF
D’ELORMIE ( 1 1)
(Thinking him dead D’Elormie,) 1 309 18 BRIDF
DEMANDED ( 1 1)
Demanded but to die! — what sayeth the Count? 1 279 10 POLI
DEMANDING ( 1 1)
Demanding due consideration, Ugo, 1 284 96 POLI
DEMEANOUR ( 1 1)
Demeanour of his friend — who to speak the truth 1 266 38 POLI
DEMOCRITUS ( 1 1)
Democritus of Thrace, who used to toss over 1 10 16 TEMP
DEMON ( 8 5)
A demon-light around my throne, 1 27 27 TAMA
Of some ill demon, with a power 1 32 173 TAMA
Of an ill demon with a power 1 42 173 TAMB
Of a demon in my view — 1 147 22 ALONE
of a demon that is dreaming, 1 369 IO5ABCEFHKLP RAVEN
Ah, what demon hath tempted me here? 1 418 90 ULA
Oh, what demon has tempted me here? 1 418 90A-DF ULA
Ah, what demon has tempted me here? 1 418 90G ULA
DEMON-LIGHT ( 1 1)
A demon-light around my throne, 1 27 27 TAMA
DEMON’S ( 1 1)
of a demon’s that is dreaming, 1 369 105 RAVEN
DEMONS ( 2 2)
Nor the demons down under the sea, 1 478 31 LEEE
Nor the demons down under the sea 1 479 31 LEEE
DEN ( 1 1)
With chamois, I would seize his den 1 28 43 TAMA
DENIED ( 2 2)
Maintained the “Power of Words” — denied that ever 1 406 3 MARA
Maintained the “power of words” — denied that ever 1 407 3 MARB
DENSE ( 1 1)
The soul that scarce (the billows are so dense) 1 100 22 ALAAR
DENSER ( 1 1)
Then, methought, the air grew denser, 1 368 79 RAVEN
DEPART ( 1 1)
I cannot depart; 1 398 2 LOU
DEPARTED ( 9 9)
I have dreamed of joy departed — 1 79 2 ADRE
Joy’s voice so peacefully departed 1 100 8 ALAAR
And him whose song revives departed hours, 1 222 12 ENIGMA
Did you say his Excellency had departed? 1 248 9 POLI
Of Joy departed — Hope, the Seraph Hope, 1 262 66 POLI
Hath now departed this life.” 1 284 90 POLI
I have — departed this life. 1 284 92 POLI
The Count as I directed — you’ve departed 1 285 133 POLI
How many scenes of what departed bliss! 1 311 5 ZANTE
DEPARTS ( 1 1)
Joy so peacefully departs, 1 160 23 MYST
DEPEND ( 1 1)
But this is, now, — you may depend upon it — 1 425 12 DUNCE
DEPENDS ( 1 1)
For thy lofty rank and fashion — much depends 1 258 25 POLI
DEPTH ( 2 1)
And in its depth a fitting grave 1 86 19E LAKEF
From ev’ry depth of good and ill 1 146 11 ALONE
DEPTHS ( 1 0)
From the depths of each pallid lily-bell, 1 196 27.2C NISE
DESCEND ( 8 7)
Perennial tears descend in gems. 1 196 27 NISE
BALDAZZAR. Let us descend! — ’tis time. Politian, give 1 271 95 POLI
Let us descend. Believe me I would give, 1 271 100 POLI
Let us descend. Baldazzar! Oh I would give, 1 271 100AB POLI
Descend with me — the Duke may be offended. 1 271 105 POLI
Still will I not descend. Baldazzar, make 1 271 111 POLI
Into the dust — so we descend together. 1 273 44 POLI
Descend together — and then — and then perchance — 1 273 45 POLI
DESCENT ( 1 1)
And high descent. We’ll have him at the wedding. 1 259 50 POLI
DESCRYING ( 2 1)
Ah, this you’d have no trouble in descrying 1 389 19 VALA
All this you’d have no trouble in descrying 1 389 19C VALA
DESERT ( 8 6)
(As in the desert, where the grand, 1 34 253 TAMA
Lonely, like me, the desert rose, 1 52 215 TAMF
An oasis in desert of the blest. 1 100 19 ALAAR
A garden-spot in desert of the blest. 1 100 19CEJ ALAAR
Tenantless cities of the desert too! 1 113 224 ALAAR
“A wonder to our desert trees! 1 184 30 IRENE1
Body and Soul. One dwells in desert places, 1 322 6A SILE
on this desert land enchanted — 1 368 87 RAVEN
DESERTS ( 3 3)
Not so in deserts where the grand 1 44 254 [[253]] TAMB
Not so in deserts where the grand, 1 50 174 TAMF
Not so in deserts where the grand — 1 58 162 TAMH


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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)