Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (DOMINIONS through DUST),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 143-154 (This material is protected by copyright)


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DOMINION ( 2 2)
That you are changing sadly your dominion — 1 9 2 TEMP
In the monarch Thought’s dominion — 1 315 5 HAUNT
DON ( 2 2)
“Seldom we find,” says Solomon Don Dunce, 1 425 1 DUNCE
Trash of all trash! — how can a lady don it? 1 425 5 DUNCE
DONE ( 12 12)
What shall be done? I’ll lay it on the table, 1 10 23 TEMP
Thy will is done, Oh, God! 1 103 106 ALAAR
Well, master Rupert what have you done with the count? 1 248 17 POLI
Of the Count. I’m (hiccup!) done with You Jacinto! 1 251 89 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. San Ozzo! have done for — 1 253 16 POLI
SAN OZZO. Oh! I am — I am done for — 1 253 17 POLI
completely done for — I’ll die! 1 253 17 POLI
I shall die of laughing — yes! I’m done for — 1 253 18 POLI
I’m done for! 1 253 18 POLI
LALAGE What didst thou say, Jacinto? Have I done aught 1 261 36 POLI
LALAGE. A deed is to be done — 1 275 86 POLI
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
DONN’D ( 2 2)
And donn’d a visionary crown — 1 50 168 TAMF
And donn’d a visionary crown —— 1 58 156 TAMH
DON’T ( 8 8)
I don’t remember one, upon my soul, 1 10 43 TEMP
I don’t, a super(hiccup)ciliary somebody 1 250 65 POLI
these rubies — don’t you see? 1 251 96 POLI
For the life of one. After all I don’t see why 1 255 66 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
Benito! I say — Benito! — don’t you hear? 1 276 15 POLI
To see you, Madam Jacinto.” Well I don’t know 1 277 43 POLI
DOOR ( 29 24)
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 39 394 TAMA
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 60 215 TAMH
Against whose sounding door she hath thrown, 1 185 69 IRENE1
Some tomb from out whose sounding door 1 188 57 IRENE2
From out whose hollow-sounding door 1 188 57D IRENE2
Some vault from out whose sounding door 1 188 57E IRENE2
And the rivulet that ran before the door! 1 263 85 POLI
Was the fair palace door, 1 316 26 HAUNT
Through the pale door 1 317 46 HAUNT
rapping at my chamber door — 1 364 4 RAVEN
tapping, at my chamber door — 1 364 4G RAVEN
“tapping at my chamber door — 1 365 5 RAVEN
entrance at my chamber door — 1 365 16 RAVEN
entrance at my chamber door; — 1 365 17 RAVEN
tapping at my chamber door, 1 365 22 RAVEN
here I opened wide the door; 1 365 23 RAVEN
perched above my chamber door — 1 366 40 RAVEN
just above my chamber door — 1 366 41 RAVEN
bird above his chamber door — 1 367 52 RAVEN
bust above his chamber door, 1 367 53 RAVEN
in front of bird, and bust and door; 1 367 68 RAVEN
quit the bust above my door! 1 369 100 RAVEN
and take thy form from off my door!” 1 369 101 RAVEN
just above my chamber door; 1 369 104 RAVEN
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
On the door of this legended tomb?” 1 418 79 ULA
D’ORO ( 3 2)
Isola d’oro! — Fior di Levante! 1 102 77 ALAAR
I cola d’oro! — Fior di Levante! 1 102 77C ALAAR
“Isola d’oro! Fior di Levante!” 1 311 14 ZANTE
DOST ( 12 11)
LALAGE. And dost thou speak of love 1 272 1 POLI
To me, Politian? — dost thou speak of love 1 272 2 POLI
Thou dost forget thyself, remembering me! 1 272 23 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 46 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 49 POLI
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
To say how thou dost scorn — how thou dost hate 1 275 97 POLI
Dost thou not? that I am here. 1 280 47 POLI
Dost hear? with cowardice — thou wilt not, fight me? 1 282 91 POLI
Thy gentlest of all gentle names dost take! 1 311 2 ZANTE
DOTE ( 2 2)
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 45 6 TAMF
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 54 6 TAMH
DOTH ( 22 21)
That with a quick’ning spell doth o’er us pass 1 77 15 STAN
Doth o’er us pass, when, as th’ expanding eye 1 77 17 STAN
From us in life — but common — which doth lie 1 78 21 STAN
And thy star trembled — as doth Beauty then!” 1 115 260 ALAAR
That very blackness yet doth fling 1 157 17 INTRO
On the sweetest air doth float 1 160 20 MYST
That its echo still doth dwell, 1 160 24 MYST
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 173 1 ISRA
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 175 1 ISRG
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
Indignant from the tomb doth take 1 184 47 IRENE1
There the reedy grass doth wave 1 192 31 NISA
There the moon doth shine by night 1 192 43 NISA
There the sun doth reel by day 1 193 45 NISA
A heaven that God doth not contemn 1 199 14 CITYA
To what my fevered soul doth dream of Heaven! 1 260 11 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Politian, it doth grieve me 1 268 6 POLI
He doth decline your cartel. 1 279 13 POLI
Now prythee, leave me — hither doth come a person 1 280 41 POLI
As it doth float 1 336 53 LENA
Should catch the note as it doth float 1 337 23C-GL LENK
Should catch the note as it doth float 1 337 24 LENK
DOUBLE ( 7 6)
My mind with double loveliness — 1 33 213 TAMA
My mind with double loveliness! 1 43 213 TAMB
My mind with double loveliness. 1 58 138 TAMH
You certainly see double. Here’s a cross 1 251 103 POLI
That have a double life, which thus is made 1 322 2 SILE
That have a double life, life aptly made 1 322 2ABC SILE
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
DOUBLY ( 3 2)
A dirge for her the doubly dead 1 336 7 LENK
dirge for her the doubly dead 1 336 7E LENK
That thus we might be doubly blest, 1 382 14 VANE
DOUBT ( 7 6)
For he does think, although I’m oft in doubt 1 11 79 TEMP
For he does think, though I am oft in doubt 1 11 79C TEMP
I held no doubt — I knew no fear 1 34 241 TAMA
I held no doubt, I knew no fear 1 43 241 TAMB
BENITO. I have no doubt, good Ugo, that you lied 1 248 15 POLI
Hath without doubt arisen: thou hest been urged 1 280 49 POLI
Now Doubt — now Pain 1 349 14 EULA
DOUBTING ( 2 1)
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal 1 365 26 RAVEN
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortals 1 365 26W RAVEN
DOUBTLESS ( 1 1)
“Doubtless,” said I, “what it utters 1 367 62 RAVEN
DOVE ( 3 3)
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
Rainbow and Dove! — Jacinta! 1 261 27 POLI
To the turtle-dove that listens while she gloats 1 436 23 BELLSEG
DOVE-TAILED ( 1 1)
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
DOWN ( 112 99)
Bow’d down in sorrow, and in shame. — 1 27 23 TAMA
The rain came down upon my head 1 28 60 TAMA
Of a high mountain, which look’d down 1 33 215 TAMA
To gain an empire, and throw down 1 34 243 TAMA
Ambition is chain’d down — nor fed 1 34 252 TAMA
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 43 215 TAMB
To gain an empire & throw down 1 44 243 TAMB
lion Ambition is chain’d down, 1 44 252 TAMB
The rain came down upon my head, 1 47 59 TAMF
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 50 152 TAMF
Lion ambition is chain’d down, 1 50 172 TAMF
Bow’d down with its own glory grows. 1 52 216 TAMF
The rain came down upon my head 1 55 55 TAMH
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 58 140 TAMH
Lion ambition is chain’d down — 1 58 160 TAMH
And the stars shall look not down 1 71 12 SPIRA
And the stars shall look not down, 1 72 12 SPIRD
With desp’rate energy ’t hath beaten down; 1 78 31 STAN
With Indian Cupid down the holy river — 1 102 79 ALAAR
Far down upon the wave that sparkled there, 1 106 14 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-O ALAAR
A chain, by linked light from Heaven let down, 1 106 20N* ALAAR
And rays from God shot down that meteor chain 1 106 24 ALAAR
Far down within the crystal of the lake 1 107 39.1B ALAAR
Come down to your brow 1 108 77 ALAAR
And come down to your brow 1 108 77F ALAAR
It would weigh down your flight; 1 109 95 ALAAR
It will weigh down your flight; 1 109 95F ALAAR
Which leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121 ALAAR
That leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121F ALAAR
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 112 193 ALAAR
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 128 4 ROMG
Its down upon my spirit flings — 1 128 17 ROMG
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 128 17C ROMG
Comes down — still down — and down 1 140 15 FAIRY1
And so come down again 1 141 43 FAIRY1
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 156 4 INTRO
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 157 41 INTRO
Sit down beside me, Isabel, 1 161 1 FAIRY2
Sit down, sit down — how came we here? 1 161 9 FAIRY2
Has sent a ray down with a tune. 1 161 23 FAIRY2
Lo! one is coming down 1 162 51 FAIRY2
Down — still down — and down — 1 162 54 FAIRY2
“That o’er the floor, and down the wall, 1 184 36.1B IRENE1
“That thro’ the floors, and down the wall, 1 184 36.1C IRENE1
Then sinks within (weigh’d down by wo) 1 184 58 IRENE1
That, o’er the floor and down the wall, 1 187 28 IRENE2
Down within the golden east — 1 191 4 NISA
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
Far down within the dim west — 1 199 3 CITYA
Yet tho’ no holy rays come down 1 199 20 CITYA
No holy rays from heaven come down 1 199 208 CITYA
Death looks gigantically down. 1 200 44 CITYA
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 200 54 CITYA
Far down within the dim West, 1 201 3 CITYH
No rays from the holy heaven come down 1 201 12 CITYH
Death looks gigantically down. 1 202 29 CITYH
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 202 51 CITYH
So tear down the temples 1 220 7 SONGA
The wearied light is lying down: 1 223 13 SERE
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 228 16 COLIS
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
(throwing down the bundle) 1 256 34d POLI
Down in the hall, Sir, — you’re to have your choice 1 256 101 POLI
UGO. Sir? — it’s the sackcloth, and that down below 1 2S6 108 POLI
and that there down below 1 256 108Ax POLI
Sit down! — let not my presence trouble you — 1 260 3 POLI
Sit down! — for I am humble, most humble. 1 260 4 POLI
As go down in the library and bring me 1 261 29 POLI
Bal. Let us go down — for it is getting late 1 270 82Ax POLI
BALDAZZAR. Let us go down. 1 271 87 POLI
POLITIAN. Go down, Baldazzar, go! 1 271 87 POLI
Let us go down, I pray you. 1 271 106 POLI
I go not down tonight. 1 271 113 POLI
That we go down unhonoured and forgotten 1 273 43 POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ Sd POLI
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 286 20 POLI
Was plumed with the down of the humming-bird, 1 301 2 PARO
In the battle down the dell, 1 307 11 BRIDA
In the battle down the dell, 1 309 11 BRIDF
Comes down with the rush of a storm, 1 326 36 WORM
Glides down the Stygian river! 1 334 4 LENA
From crag to crag down the precipitous Time, 1 377 2 LINES
close by the 1 Down East 1 394 3 MODD
Born and brought up with their snouts deep down 1 394 26 MODC
To come down and see: 1 399 11 LOU
Lying down to die, have suddenly arisen 1 400 9 MLS
Laying them down to die, have suddenly risen 1 400 9A MLS
It was down by the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 8 ULA
Their sulphurous currents down Yaanek, 1 416 16 ULA
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
(Though once we had journeyed down here) 1 416 27 ULA
That I journeyed — I journeyed down here! — 1 418 87 ULA
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
Saw only them until the moon went down. 1 446 41 TOHEL
Down under ground. 1 457 44 ANNIE
Down the Valley of the Shadow, 1 463 21 ELDOR
Nor the demons down under the sea, 1 478 31 LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
Nor the demons down under the sea 1 479 31 LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
DOWNRIGHT ( 2 2)
Jew or | downright | upright | nutmegs | 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
DOWNWARD ( 1 1)
But with a downward, tremulous motion thro’ 1 114 239 ALAAR
DOWNY ( 2 2)
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
Owl-downy nonsense that the faintest puff 1 425 7 DUNCE
DOWRY ( 2 2)
As nuptial dowry — a queen’s crown, 1 34 244 TAMA
As nuptial dowry a queen’s crown 1 44 244 TAMB
DOZEN ( 3 3)
A dozen bottles, my lord. 1 255 88 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. A dozen fools! 1 256 88 POLI
UGO. A dozen bottles 1 256 89 POLI
DRAGG’D ( 1 0)
Hest thou not dragg’d Diana from her car? 1 91 9A-E SCI
DRAGGED ( 1 1)
Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car? 1 91 9 SCI
DRAGON ( 1 1)
Who slayeth the dragon, the shield he shall win. 1 319 2 COUP
DRAIN ( 1 1)
I will drain that glass again. 1 450 2 ALE
DRAMA ( 1 1)
That motley drama — oh, be sure 1 325 17 WORM
DRAMATIST ( 1 1)
The ancient dramatist of eminence, 1 222 10 ENIGMA
DRANK ( 3 3)
And my brain drank their venom then, 1 28 41 TAMA
Who read Anacreon, and drank wine, 1 157 20 INTRO
I have drank of a water 1 457 37 ANNIE
DRAPERIED ( 1 1)
Wherein I sate, and on the draperied wall — 1 113 205 ALAAR
DRAPERY ( 2 2)
In easy drapery falls 1 140 19 FAIRY1
In easy drapery falls 1 162 58 FAIRY2
DRAPRIED ( 1 0)
Wherein I sate, and on the drapried wall — 1 113 205CE ALAAR
DRAUGHT ( 1 1)
My draught of passion hath been deep — 1 158 50 INTRO
DRAW ( 2 2)
POLITIAN. Draw, villain, and prate no more! 1 281 57 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — draw? — and villain? 1 281 58 POLI
DRAWING ( 1 1)
(drawing.) 1 281 lld POLI
DRAWN ( 6 5) :
From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth 1 77 5 STAN
Drawn by their heart’s passion, and that tone, 1 78 28 STAN
Hath drawn from the skies, 1 108 75 ALAAR
Of a most stormy life — was drawn 1 146 10 ALONE
Have drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101 ULA
Had drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101AB ULA
DRAWS ( 2 2)
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high.) 1 264 13d POLI
(draws.) 1 281 10d POLI
DREAD ( 5 4)
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
Fills me with dread — thy ebony crucifix 1 263 81 POLI
He is the corporate Silence: dread him not! 1 322 10 SILE
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
DREAM ( 53 47)
Is more than crime may dare to dream, 1 26 5 TAMA
And bade it first to dream of crime, 1 31 149 TAMA
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 33 208 TAMA
The idle words, which, as a dream 1 34 239 TAMA
Who in a dream of night would fly 1 38 374 TAMA
And bade it first to dream of crime. 1 41 149 TAMB
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 42 208 TAMB
The idle words which, as a dream, 1 43 239 TAMB
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 45 6 TAMF
Who in a dream of night would fly, 1 52 205 TAMF
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 54 6 TAMH
But, just like any other dream, 1 58 133 TAMH
Who, in a dream of night, would fly 1 60 199 TAMH
Oh! that my young life were a lasting dream! 1 68 1 DREA
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
But should it be — that dream eternally 1 68 9 DREA
That dream was as that night wind — let it pass. 1 69 26 DREA
I have been happy — tho’ but in a dream. 1 69 27 DREA
I have been happy — tho’ in a dream. 1 69 27A DREA
A mystery, and a dream, 1 75 3 IMIT
I say that dream was fraught 1 75 5 IMIT
But a waking dream of life and light 1 79 3 ADRE
Ah! what is not a dream by day 1 79 5 ADRE
And what is not a dream by day 1 79 SAB ADRE
That holy dream — that holy dream, 1 79 9 ADRE
The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree? 1 91 14 SCI
The summer dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14ADE SCI
The summer’s dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 148C SCI
In its dream of deep rest, 1 110 133 ALAAR
(As well it might,) a dream — 1 130 2 SHOULD
And sleep to dream till day 1 133 10 BOWERS
To dream my very life away. 1 158 55 INTRO
But dreams — of those who dream as I, 1 158 56 INTRO
Thou wert my dream 1 159 2 MYST
Or is it all but a dream, my dear? 1 161 10 FAIRY2
Ah, dream too bright to last! 1 214 7 PARA
But the dream — it could not last! 1 214 7A-G PARA
My words the music of a dream. 1 223 21 SERE
Sleep on, sleep on, some fairy dream 1 224 17 SLEEP
How could she dream, being herself all truth 1 254 47 POLI
To what my fevered soul doth dream of Heaven! 1 260 11 POLI
Of the garden. Did dream, or did I hear 1 260 66 POLI
For I dream — I know not how! 1 308 38 BRIDA
For I dream I know not how, 1 309 29 BRIDF
ever dared to dream before; 1 365 26 RAVEN
That my days have been a dream; 1 451 5 TAKE
Is but a dream within a dream. 1 452 11 TAKE
But a dream within a dream? 1 452 24 TAKE
A dream of the truth 1 458 69 ANNIE
A dream of the love 1 458 69AB ANNIE
DREAM’D ( 2 2)
Thus, haply, while in sleep she dream’d 1 36 293 TAMA
Have dream’d for thy Infinity 1 103 104 ALAAR
DREAMED ( 3 2)
I have dreamed of joy departed — 1 79 2 ADRE
Have dreamed for thy Infinity 1 103 104E ALAAR
POLITIAN. Then I but dreamed. 1 268 20 POLI
DREAMER ( 3 3)
That keeps, from the dreamer, 1 108 70 ALAAR
A dreamer in the moonbeam by his love: 1 112 185 ALAAR
He is a dreamer and a man shut out 1 259 63 POLI
DREAMING ( 15 12)
With a dreaming eye! 1 75 10 IMIT
Arise! from your dreaming 1 108 80 ALAAR
With a dreaming eye — 1 130 12 SHOULD
Connivingly my dreaming-book. 1 158 66 INTRO
“Like a banner o’er thy dreaming eye! 1 184 36 IRENE1
“As a banner o’er thy dreaming eye! 1 184 36B IRENE1
Why and what art thou dreaming here? 1 187 31 IRENE2
Sir Count! what art thou dreaming? he’s not well! 1 258 33 POLI
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal 1 365 26 RAVEN
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortals 1 365 26W RAVEN
of a demon’s that is dreaming, 1 369 105 RAVEN
of a demon that is dreaming, 1 369 105ABCEFHKLP RAVEN
By angels dreaming in the moon-lit “dew 1 406 9 MARA
By angels dreaming in the moonlit “dew 1 407 9 MARB
I replied — “This is nothing but dreaming. 1 417 61 ULA
DREAMING-BOOK ( 1 1)
Connivingly my dreaming-book. 1 158 66 INTRO
DREAMS ( 26 21)
In dreams upon me — while the light 1 28 49 TAMA
And fleeting vanities of dreams, 1 32 168 TAMA
And fleeting vanities of dreams 1 41 168 TAMB
(Mid dreams of an unholy night) 1 46 46 TAMF
Dim vanities of dreams by night, 1 49 144 TAMF
(’Mid dreams of an unholy night) 1 55 42 TAMH
(’Mid dreams of one unholy night) 1 55 42E TAMH
Dim, vanities of dreams by night — 1 57 121 TAMH
Continuing — as dreams have been to me 1 68 10 DREA
In the summer sky, in dreams of living light, 1 68 14AB DREA
Dreams! in their vivid colouring of life — 1 69 29 DREA
Young dreams still hovering on their drowsy flight — 1 111 158 ALAAR
The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see 1 132 1 BOWERS
But dreams — of those who dream as I, 1 158 56 INTRO
And all my nightly dreams 1 215 22 PARA
And all my nights are dreams 1 215 22A PARA
In dreams of thee, and therein knows 1 237 6 TOF
In dreams of thee, and therein knows 1 237 14.613C TOF
BALDAZZAR. Give not thy soul to dreams: 1 268 21 POLI
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal 1 365 26 RAVEN
Doubting, dreaming dreams no mortals 1 365 26W RAVEN
While, on dreams relying, 1 399 6 LOU
Threshold of the wide-open gate of Dreams, 1 407 27 MARA
Threshold of the wide-open gate of dreams, 1 408 22 MARB
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
DREAMY ( 7 6)
In the summer sky; in dreamy fields of light, 1 68 14 DREA
Which dreamy poets name “the music of the sphere.” 1 104 125 ALAAR
In a dreamy sleep — 1 110 117 ALAAR
In a deep dreamy sleep — 1 110 117F ALAAR
In dreamy gardens, where do lie 1 160 12 MYST
Dreamy maidens all the day, 1 160 13 MYST
There the vague and dreamy trees 1 192 35 NISA
DREAR ( 3 3)
(Drear path, alas! where grows 1 237 3 TOF
See, on yon drear 1 335 12 LENA
See! on yon drear and rigid bier 1 336 4 LENK
DREARIEST ( 1 1)
Whose waning is the dreariest one — 1 60 208 TAMH
DREARINESS ( 4 4)
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 39 379 TAMA
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 52 210 TAMF
In that time of dreariness, will seem 1 60 204 TAMH
Such dreariness a heaven at all. 1 199 19 CITYA
DREARY ( 1 1)
Once upon a midnight dreary, 1 364 1 RAVEN
DREGS ( 1 1)
Drinking the cup of pleasure to the dregs. 1 259 60 POLI
DRESS ( 4 4)
“Strange are thine eyelids — strange thy dress! 1 184 27 IRENE1
Strange is thy pallor! strange thy dress! 1 187 34 IRENE2
To thy dress and equipage — they are over plain 1 258 24 POLI
A dress of Genoa velvet — ’tis becoming. 1 278 56 POLI
DRESS’D ( 1 1)
Now thou art dress’d for paradise! 1 161 4 FAIRY2
DRESSED ( 1 1)
(Enter JACINTA fantastically dressed, 1 275 32d POLI
DRESSING ( 1 1)
Jastiglione’s dressing-room. 1 252 32d POLI
DRESSING-ROOM ( 1 1)
Castiglione’s dressing-room. 1 252 32d POLI
DREW ( 5 5)
In mountain air I first drew life; 1 28 38 TAMA
On mountain soil I first drew life — 1 46 39 TAMF
On mountain soil I first drew life: 1 54 35 TAMH
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 228 16 COLIS
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 286 20 POLI
DRINK ( 4 2)
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8 COLIS
Within thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8DFK COLIS
Among thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8E COLIS
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 286 9 POLI
DRINKING ( 2 2)
Drinking the cup of pleasure to the dregs. 1 259 60 POLI
I am drinking ale today. 1 450 8 ALE
DRINKS ( 1 1)
And drinks none but the very (hiccup!) best of wine. 1 250 69 POLI
DRIP ( 4 3) P
For the tears that drip all over. 1 140 4 FAIRY1
For the tears that drip all over! 1 162 44 FAIRY2
For the dews that drip all over; 1 344 12 ROUTE
For the tears that drip all over; 1 344 12E ROUTE
DRIPP’D ( 1 1)
Or the sun ray dripp’d all red 1 192 23 NISA
DRIPPING ( 4 2)
Is dripping from that golden rim; 1 183 10 IRENE1
Is dripping from yon golden rim; 1 183 10B IRENE1
Is dripping from her golden rim; 1 183 10C IRENE1
And, softly dripping, drop by drop, 1 187 5 IRENE2
DRIVEN ( 2 2)
And driven the Hamadryad from the wood 1 91 10 SCI
Ah, by no wind those clouds are driven 1 196 17 NISE
DRIV’N ( 1 0)
And driv’n the Hamadryad from the wood 1 91 10ADE SCI
DROOPINGLY ( 2 2)
His pinions were bent droopingly, 1 51 195 TAMF
His pinions were bent droopingly — 1 59 189 TAMH
DROP ( 12 11)
No more — like dew-drop from the grass 1 72 21B SPIRD
No more — like dew-drop from the grass. 1 72 22 SPIRD
“Laughingly thro’ the lattice drop, 1 184 34 IRENE1
And, softly dripping, drop by drop, 1 187 5 IRENE2
Laughingly through the lattice drop — 1 187 21 IRENE2
There the eternal dews do drop — 1 192 34 NISA
UGO. Not a drop, Sir, — not a drop. 1 256 97 POLI
ALESSANDRA. Do it! I would have thee drop 1 258 19 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. I will drop them. 1 258 22 POLI
Sir, you may drop to pieces! 1 285 121 POLI
DROPP’D ( 2 2)
Deliriously sweet, was dropp’d from Heaven, 1 101 54 ALAAR
The sun-ray dropp’d, in Lemnos, with a spell 1 113 203 ALAAR
DROPPED ( 1 0)
All other loveliness: — ’twas dropped from Heaven 1 101 52H ALAAR
DROPS ( 2 2)
Eternal dews come down in drops, 1 193 46 NISB
Eternal dews come down in drops. 1 196 25 NISE
DROSS ( 4 2)
Oh, nothing of the dross of ours — 1 100 11 ALAAR
With nothing of the dross of ours — 1 100 11C ALAAR
Rh! nothing of the dross of ours — 1 100 111 ALAAR
Thy world has not the dross of ours, 1 160 9 MYST
DROWN’D ( 1 0)
In veils, and drown’d in tears, 1 325 4BCDH WORM
DROWNED ( 2 2)
In veils, and drowned in tears, 1 325 4 WORM
Drowned in a bath 1 458 71 ANNIE
DROWSILY ( 3 3)
How drowsily it weigh`d them into night! 1 113 207 ALAAR
Drowsily over halls — 1 162 59 FAIRY2
Steals drowsily and musically 1 187 7 IRENE2
DROWSY ( 7 6)
Such as the drowsy shepherd on his bed 1 105 2 ALAAR
Young dreams still hovering on their drowsy flight — 1 111 158 ALAAR
With drowsy head and folded wing, 1 128 2 ROMG
Over every drowsy thing — 1 140 24 FAIRY1
O’er every drowsy thing 1 140 24A FAIRY1
With drowsy head and folded wing, 1 156 2 INTRO
An influence dewy, drowsy, dim, 1 183 9 IRENE1
DRUDGES ( 1 1)
To be drudges till the last — 1 103 93 ALAAR
DRUNK ( 6 6)
And I am drunk with love 1 206 23 PAEAN
UGO. He is drunk, Benito, — did you not say so, Rupert? 1 249 27 POLI
Most men are sadly altered when they’re drunk 1 249 28 POLI
Oh, I am sadly altered when I’m (hiccup) drunk. 1 249 29 POLI
JACINTH. You’re drunk! 1 251 92 POLI
To get drunk — a very serious business — excellent! 1 253 9 POLI
DRUNKEN ( 3 3)
But ’twas not with the drunken hope, 1 26 2 TAMA
RUPERT. What should I do with any drunken man? 1 248 18 POLI
Tells me I’m pretty — drunken dolt look here! 1 251 82 POLI
DRUNKENNESS ( 1 1)
And after-drunkenness of soul 1 158 52 INTRO
DRY ( 1 1)
She has seen that the tears are not dry on 1 417 42 ULA
DUCK ( 1 0)
Duck Pond 1 munching of 1 pea nuts and 1 pumkins and 1 1 394 4* MODD
DUE ( 3 2)
Is due unto that lyre 1 176 19C ISRG
Your case with due exactitude. Perhaps 1 284 81 POLI
Demanding due consideration, Ugo, 1 284 96 POLI
DUKE ( 14 13)
Can it be the Duke di Broglio is acquainted 1 249 21 POLI
And goads him to these courses. They say the Duke 1 249 44 POLI
The Duke your father, as you very well know, 1 254 28 POLI
This air is most oppressive! — Madam — the Duke! 1 259 37 POLI
To Rome — his Grace the Duke of Broglio. 1 266 48 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. The Earl has letters, 1 266 51 POLI
And you most noble Duke! am glad to see you! 1 266 54 POLI
Does it not? unto this palace of the Duke. 1 270 64 POLI
Unto the Duke — Arouse thee! and remember! 1 270 86Ax POLI
the Duke awaits us, — 1 271 88 POLI
Unto the Duke. Arouse thee! and remember! 1 271 98 POLI
Descend with me — the Duke may be offended. 1 271 105 POLI
Apology unto the Duke for me; 1 271 112 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. I am aware 1 281 53 POLI
DULL ( 4 4)
’Twere better than the dull reality 1 68 5 DREA
Vulture, whose wings are dull realities? 1 91 4 SCI
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 200 48 CITYA
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 202 45 CITYH
DUMPS ( 1 1)
Being in the dumps about this little matter 1 283 65 POLI
DUNCE ( 3 2)
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
“Seldom we find,” says Solomon Don Dunce, 1 425 1 DUNCE
DUNDERHEAD ( 1 1)
CASTIGLIONE. Dolt! dunderhead! why don’t you bring me up 1 256 104 POLI
DUPLICATE ( 2 2)
Arose with a duplicate horn — 1 416 36 ULA
Distinct with its duplicate horn. 1 417 38 ULA
DURING ( 1 1)
(During this part,of the soliloquy 1 278 21d POLI
DURST ( 1 1)
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
DUSKY ( 3 2)
In dusky grandeur to my eyes: 1 38 363 TAMA
Some eager spirit flapp’d his dusky wing. 1 106 27 ALAAR
Some eager spirit flapp’d a dusky wing. 1 106 27B ALAAR
DUST ( 9 6)
The motes, and dust, and flies, 1 162 35 FAIRY2
As humbles her to the dust. 1 249 47 POLI
Into the dust — so we descend together. 1 273 44 POLI
Wings till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57 ULA
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57C ULA
Wings until they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57G ULA
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 59 ULA
Wings till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 59C ULA
Till they sorrowfully trailed in the dust. 1 417 60 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)