Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (FALL through FIRE-FLY),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 180-192 (This material is protected by copyright)


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FALL ( 11 10)
Let life, then, as the day-flow’r, fall — 1 39 389 TAMA
Let life, then, as the day-flower, fall 1 60 211 TAMH
Who otherwise would fall from life and Heav’n 1 78 27 STAN
Of molten stars their pavement, such as fall 1 106 16 ALAAR
Then desolately fall, 1 132 6 BOWERS
“Like ghosts the shadows rise and fall — 1 184 36.28C IRENE1
“My tinted shadows rise and fall!” 1 184 40 IRENE1
Like ghosts the shadows rise and fall! 1 187 29 IRENE2
When far away his footsteps fall, 1 226 15 FANNY
And pride should have a fall. The count’s a rake 1 250 67 POLI
(letting fall his sword 1 281 14d POLI
FALLEN ( 1 1)
Unguided Love hath fallen — 1 112 181 ALAAR
FALLEST ( 1 1)
Which fallest into the soul like rain 1 51 185 TAMF
FALLING ( 6 6)
Falling — her veriest stepping-stone 1 59 171 TAMH
(Falling in wreaths thro’ many a startled star, 1 100 32 ALAAR
A pause — and then a sweeping, falling strain 1 107 50 ALAAR
Nor long the measure of my falling hours, 1 114 241 ALAAR
Is the gently falling leaf — 1 160 27 MYST
With an excuse for falling it was she! 1 254 41 POLI
FALLS ( 11 10)
It falls from an eternal shrine. 1 27 14 TAMA
In easy drapery falls 1 140 19 FAIRY1
In easy drapery falls 1 162 58 FAIRY2
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
Again! — again! — how solemnly it falls 1 269 56 POLI
and he falls/ upon his knee at the feet of the Earl.) 1 281 30/31d POLI
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
Swung by seraphim whose foot-falls 1 368 80 RAVEN
Swung by angels whose faint foot-falls 1 368 80ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand. 1 407 17 MARB
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand — 1 407 22 MARA
FALL’ST ( 1 1)
Which fall’st into the soul like rain 1 59 179 TAMH
FALSE ( 5 4)
Thou true — he false! — false! — false! 1 263 73 POLI
False friends! ye loved her for her wealth 1 335 20 LENA
False friends! ye lov’d her for her wealth 1 335 208 LENA
FALSEHOOD ( 3 3)
When falsehood were a ten-fold crime, 1 32 190 TAMA
T’ awake her, and a falsehood tell 1 36 289 TAMA
That Truth is Falsehood — or that Bliss is Woe? 1 111 167 ALAAR
FALSEST ( 1 1)
In the falsest and untruest — 1 160 19 MYST
FAM’D ( 1 0)
All of the fam’d, and the colossal left 1 229 31GH COLIS
FAME ( 13 12)
That hated portion, with the fame, 1 27 25 TAMA
She might recall in him, whom Fame 1 35 271 TAMA
The Zinghis’ yet re-echoing fame 1 37 337 TAMA
More than the Zinghis in his fame — 1 44 337 TAMB
Thy withering portion with the fame, 1 45 16 TAMF
Thy withering portion with the fame, 1 54 16 TAMH
The former was well known to fame, 1 151 7 LOCKE
“Not all our power is gone — not all our fame — 1 229 40 COLIS
In years, but grey in fame. I have not seen him, 1 259 47 POLI
In years, but grey in fame. I never saw him, 1 259 47A POLI
Befit thee — Fame awaits thee — Glory calls — 1 268 22 POLI
Not all our power is gone — not all our Fame 1 287 47 POLI
All pride — all thought of power — all hope of fame — 1 407 18 MARA
FAMED ( 1 1)
All of the famed, and the colossal left 1 229 31 COLIS
FAMILIAR ( 2 2)
Hath been — a most familiar bird — 1 128 6 ROMG
Hath been — a most familiar bird — 1 156 6 INTRO
FAMILIARLY ( 1 1)
Familiarly — whom Fortune’s sun 1 35 263 TAMA
FAMILY ( 3 3)
Of her old family funerals. 1 185 74 IRENE1
Of her grand family funerals — 1 188 53 IRENE2
Upon my family — Di Broglio’s line 1 255 73 POLI
FAN ( 4 4)
With their own breath to fan its fire) 1 34 255 TAMA
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 44 256 TAMB
With their own breath to fan its fire. 1 51 176 TAMF
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 58 164 TAMH
FANCIED ( 2 2)
The “beau ideal” fancied for Adonis. 1 11 72 TEMP
Can it be fancied that Deity ever vindictively 1 393 10 MODC
FANCIES ( 5 4)
Shake off the idle fancies that beset thee, 1 267 4 POLI
These fancies to the winds. Remember, pray 1 270 84Ax POLI
These fancies to the wind. Remember, pray, 1 271 96 POLI
Quaintest thoughts — queerest fancies 1 450 5 ALE
Lying, it fancies 1 458 60 ANNIE
FANCY ( 11 9)
For the flight on Earth to Fancy giv’n, 1 37 325 TAMA
Now be this Fancy, by Heaven, or be it Fate, 1 271 110 POLI
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 366 43 RAVEN
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 367 67 RAVEN
all my fancy into smiling, 1 367 67S RAVEN
Fancy unto fancy, thinking 1 367 70 RAVEN
Might fancy me dead — 1 456 16 ANNIE
Lying, I fancy 1 458 60A ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 88 ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 92 ANNIE
FANCY’S ( 1 1)
I pictur’d to my fancy’s eye 1 35 266 TAMA
FANES ( 3 3)
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 200 27 CITYA
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 201 18 CITYH
There open fanes and gaping graves 1 202 30 CITYH
FANGS ( 3 1)
And seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31 WORM
And the angels sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31ABCFHL WORM
And the seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 310EK WORM
FANS ( 2 2)
Sure seraph fans thee with his wing 1 224 7 SLEEP
And fans thy brow — 1 224 8 SLEEP
FANTASIES ( 3 3)
To fantasies with — none. 1 48 112 TAMF
To fantasies — with none. 1 56 85 TAMH
Bewildering fantasies — far richer visions 1 406 13 MARA
FANTASTIC ( 1 1)
Thrilled me — filled me with fantastic 1 365 14 RAVEN
FANTASTICALLY ( 3 3)
How fantastically it fell 1 162 26 FAIRY2
(Enter JACINTA fantastically dressed, 1 275 32d POLI
Vast forms that move fantastically 1 316 43 HAUNT
FANTASY ( 4 3)
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 50 169 TAMF
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 58 157 TAMH
By winged Fantasy, 1 104 114 ALAAR
By wing’d Fantasy, 1 104 114E ALAAR
FAR ( 54 45)
The “good old times” were far the worst of any, 1 9 6 TEMP
My wilder’d heart was far away, 1 38 356 TAMA
Of rosy head, that towering far away 1 106 7 ALAAR
Far down upon the wave that sparkled there, 1 106 14 ALAAR
Far down within the crystal of the lake 1 107 39.1B ALAAR
and yet how far from Hell! 1 111 173 ALAAR
How lovely ’tis to look so far away! 1 113 199 ALAAR
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 128 4 ROMG
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 156 4 INTRO
The more lovely, the more far! 1 176 28.1C ISRG
“Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 184 29 IRENE1
Far in the forest, dim and old, 1 185 67 IRENE1
Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 187 32 IRENE2
Far in the forest, dim and old, 1 188 48 IRENE2
Far away — far away — 1 191 1 NISA
Far away — as far at least 1 191 2 NISA
Far away — far away? 1 191 6 NISA
One and all, too far away? 1 191 6B NISA
“Over the hills and far away.” 1 193 46 NISA
Far down within the dim west — 1 199 3 CITYA
Upon a far-off happier sea: 1 200 40 CITYA
Far down within the dim West, 1 201 3 CITYH
Far off in a region unblest, 1 201 3C CITYH
Gleams up the pinnacles far and free 1 201 16 CITYH
Upon some far-off happier sea — 1 202 39 CITYH
Upon a far-off happier sea — 1 202 39C CITYH
By the far Italian streams 1 215 26B PARA
When far away his footsteps fall, 1 226 15 FANNY
Like some enchanted far-off isle 1 237 9 TOF
Some ocean throbbing far and free 1 237 11 TOF
He’s gone, I’m sure of that — pretty far gone. 1 248 7 POLI
DI BROGLIO. Far from it, love. 1 259 53 POLI
Jacinta! Here’s a far sterner story 1 261 20 POLI
Jacinta! This is a far sterner story 1 261 20Ax POLI
Will there be found — “dew sweeter far than that 1 261 33 POLI
Far less a shadow which thou likenest to it, 1 274 61 POLI
far up within the Heaven — 1 337 21HJ LENK
far up within the Heaven — 1 337 25C-GL LENK
Hear the far generations — how they crash 1 377 1 LINES
Bewildering fantasies — far richer visions 1 406 13 MARA
Richer, far wilder, far diviner visions 1 407 13 MARB
Amid the clouds of glory, far away 1 407 31 MARA
Amid empurpled vapors, far away 1 408 26 MARB
Yet heavier far than your Petrarchan stuff — 1 425 6 DUNCE
And are far up in Heaven — the stars I kneel to 1 446 62 TOHEL
From a cavern not very far 1 457 43 ANNIE
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 478 27 LEEA
Of many far wiser than we — 1 478 29 LEEA
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 479 27 LEEE
Of many far wiser than we — 1 479 29 LEEE
FARES ( 1 1)
How fares good Ugo? — and when is it to be? 1 262 43 POLI
FAREWELL ( 7 7)
A silent gaze was my farewell. 1 36 287 TAMA
Farewell! for I have won the earth. 1 51 192 TAMF
Farewell! for I have won the Earth. 1 59 186 TAMH
Farewell! — now recollect you tell 1 285 132 POLI
[LALAGE] Away — Away — farewell! 1 287 62 POLI
Farewell Castiglione and farewell 1 287 63 POLI
FAR-OFF ( 6 5)
“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
Upon a far-off happier sea: 1 200 40 CITYA
Upon some far-off happier sea — 1 202 39 CITYH
Upon a far-off happier sea — 1 202 39C CITYH
Like some enchanted far-off isle 1 237 9 TOF
FARTHER ( 6 6)
Can I do aught? — is there no farther aid 1 262 44 POLI
JACINTA. Is there no farther aid! 1 262 45 POLI
Shall then absolve thee of all farther duties 1 269 37 POLI
Now, Sir, this leg — a little farther — that’s it! 1 285 126 POLI
Magnificent! — a little farther, Sir! 1 285 131 POLI
Nothing farther then he uttered — 1 367 57 RAVEN
FARTHEST ( 1 1)
The whole of my errands in two hours at farthest! 1 276 11 POLI
FASHION ( 3 3)
I was not conscious of it. It is a fashion, 1 257 8 POLI
A silly — a most silly fashion I have 1 257 9 POLI
For thy lofty rank and fashion — much depends 1 258 25 POLI
FAST ( 2 2)
I will inform the Count — but not so fast — 1 284 93 POLI
Followed fast and followed faster 1 367 64 RAVEN
FASTER ( 1 1)
Followed fast and followed faster 1 367 64 RAVEN
FAT ( 2 2)
out of a I fat old 1 394 5 MODD
Why ask? who ever yet saw money made out of a fat old 1 394 27 MODC
FATE ( 19 17)
To shun the fate, with which to cope 1 26 4 TAMA
To know the fate it will inherit) 1 32 192 TAMA
To follow my high fate among 1 34 237 TAMA
To know the fate it will inherit) 1 42 192 TAMB
To follow my high fate among 1 43 237 TAMB
But that you- meddle with my fate 1 136 7 TOMB
But that you sorrow for my fate 1 137 7 TOMD
Now, when storms of Fate o’ercast 1 217 9 HYMN
Now, when clouds of Fate o’ercast 1 217 9A-D HYMN
By the corrosive Hours to Fate and me? 1 229 32 COLIS
POLITIAN. Yet now as Fate 1 269 39 POLI
Now be this Fancy, by Heaven, or be it Fate, 1 271 110 POLI
By the corrosive hours to Fate and me? 1 287 39 POLI
But should some urgent fate (untimely lot!) 1 322 12 SILE
O! would she deign to rule my fate, 1 384 9 KING
Round his fate will hover 1 399 13 LOU
Was it not Fate, that, on this July midnight — 1 445 21 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose name is also Sorrow,) 1 445 22 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose earthly name is Sorrow,) 1 445 22A TOHEL
FATHER ( 17 17)
Such father is not my theme — 1 27 7 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who, then — 1 29 82 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who then, 1 40 82 TAMB
Such, father, is not (now) my theme: 1 45 2 TAMF
But, father, there liv’d one who then — 1 47 73 TAMF
Say, holy father, breathes there yet 1 51 177 TAMF
Father, I firmly do believe — 1 52 217 TAMF
Such, father, is not (now) my theme — 1 53 2 TAMH
But, father, there liv’d one who, then, 1 56 69 TAMH
The passion, father? You have not: 1 57 129 TAMH
Father, I firmly do believe — 1 60 222 TAMH
The Duke your father, as you very well know, 1 254 28 POLI
LALAGE. Think of my early days! — think of my father 1 263 83 POLI
LALAGE. Father, this zeal is anything but well! 1 264 96 POLI
And the deed’s register should tally, father! 1 264 105 POLI
Father! this is the Earl Politian, Earl 1 266 49 POLI
I knew your father well, my lord Politian. 1 266 55 POLI
FATHER’S ( 2 2)
And his own father’s ward. I have noticed well 1 249 38 POLI
How, in thy father’s halls, among the maidens 1 272 24 POLI
FATHOMLESS ( 1 1)
How fathomless a capacity for love! 1 446 47 TOHEL
FATIGUE ( 1 1)
The damp air of the evening — the fatigue 1 267 70 POLI
FAVOUR’D ( 1 1)
And late to ours, the favour’d one of God — 1 100 25 ALAAR
FAY ( 1 0)
The Elfin from the grass? — the dainty fay, 1 91 13F SCI
FEAR ( 11 10)
Not Hell shall make me fear again. 1 27 29 TAMA
I held no doubt — I knew no fear 1 34 241 TAMA
I held no doubt, I knew no fear 1 43 241 TAMB
Not Hell shall make me fear again) 1 45 20 TAMF
Not Hell shall make me fear again — 1 54 20 TAMH
Isabel! do you not fear 1 162 39 FAIRY2
Oh, lady dear, hest thou no fear? 1 187 30 IRENE2
UGO. Sweetheart, I fear me (hiccup!) very much 1 250 78 POLI
BALDAZZAR. So please you, Sir, I fear me 1 267 68 POLI
BALDAZZAR. So please you, Sir, I fear me very much 1 267 68Ax POLI
And much I fear me ill — it will not do 1 279 2 POLI
FEAR’D ( 2 1)
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
FEARFUL ( 1 1)
BALDAZZAR. Thou speakest a fearful riddle 1 269 38 POLI
FEARFULLY ( 5 4)
Fearfully beautiful! the real 1 32 169 TAMA
Fearfully beautiful — the real 1 41 169 TAMB
“So fitfully, so fearfully 1 184 35.1BC IRENE1
“For strangely — fearfully in this hall 1 184 39 IRENE1
So fitfully — so fearfully — 1 187 25 IRENE2
FEARING ( 1 1)
long I stood there wondering, fearing, 1 365 25 RAVEN
FEARS ( 6 6)
No need to quiet her kind fears — 1 31 134 TAMA
No need to quiet any fears 1 49 136 TAMF
No need to quiet any fears 1 57 109 TAMH
She fears to perfume, perfuming the night: 1 102 67 ALAAR
By all my wishes now — my fears hereafter — 1 273 37 POLI
A play of hopes and fears, 1 325 6 WORM
FEATHER ( 2 2)
Birds of so fine a feather 1 254 33 POLI
not a feather then he fluttered — 1 367 57 RAVEN
FED ( 1 1)
Ambition is chain’d down — nor fed 1 34 252 TAMA
FEEBLE ( 3 3)
But she grew in feeble health, 1 206 11 PAEAN
And, when she fell in feeble health, 1 335 22 LENA
And, when she fell in feeble health, 1 337 9 LENK
FEEBLY ( 1 1)
As if their tops had feebly given 1 202 46 CITYH
FEEL ( 24 21)
And I would feel its essence stealing 1 28 48 TAMA
I feel hath flown. 1 81 4 HAPP
I feel has flown. 1 81 4B HAPP
I feel — have been: 1 82 16 HAPP
I feel — has been: 1 82 168 HAPP
In Eternity — we feel — 1 103 99 ALAAR
My heart would feel to be a crime 1 128 20 ROMG
That the dead may feel no wrong. 1 206 20 PAEAN
I feel it more than half a crime 1 222 2 SERE
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength — 1 228 12 COLIS
I feel thou lowest me truly. 1 273 52 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength! 1 286 16 POLI
Go up to God so mournfully that she may feel no wrong! 1 335 31 LENA
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
Feel a glory in so rolling 1 437 84 BELLSEG
But no matter! — I feel 1 456 11 ANNIE
Because I feel that, in the Heavens above, 1 467 1 MOTHB
And the stars never rise, but I feel the bright eyes 1 478 36 LEEA
And the stars never rise but I feel the bright eyes 1 479 36A-DGJKL LEEE
FEELING ( 17 15)
My soul imbib’d unhallow’d feeling; 1 28 47 TAMA
A mingled feeling with my own; 1 34 229 TAMA
The only feeling which possest, 1 34 245 TAMA
With thoughts such feeling can command; 1 34 256 TAMA
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 43 229 TAMB
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 48 93 TAMF
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 50 162 TAMF
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 58 150 TAMH
Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown. 1 78 32 STAN
And a feeling undefin’d, 1 85 15 LAKEA
A feeling not the jewelled mine 1 86 15 LAKEF
And a feeling undefined 1 86 158 LAKEF
A feeling not the jewell’d mine 1 86 15CE LAKEF
A feeling such as mine — 1 131 34 SHOULD
With wisdom, virtue, feeling fraught, 1 386 22 FSO
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
FEELS ( 2 2)
The soul which feels its innate right — 1 32 185 TAMA
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
FEET ( 5 5)
and he falls/ upon his knee at the feet of the Earl.) 1 281 30/31d POLI
in which “there are no natural feet"] 1 393 6 MODC
(III. “Dactylic lines in which we find natural feet” — 1 393 8 MODC
that is, feet/ made up of undivided words] 1 393 8/ 9 MODC
Feet under ground — 1 457 42 ANNIE
FEIGN’D ( 1 1)
Of a feign’d journey, were again 1 36 290 TAMA
FELL ( 33 28)
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 46 45 TAMF
Like moonlight on my spirit fell, 1 48 101 TAMF
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 55 41 TAMH
And as it flutter’d — fell 1 82 22 HAPP
And fell on gardens of the unforgiven 1 101 53H ALAAR
And fell on gardens of the unforgiven 1 101 55 ALAAR
Fountains were gushing music as they fell 1 108 62 ALAAR
That fell, refracted, thro’ thy bounds, afar 1 111 160 ALAAR
But two: they fell: for Heaven no grace imparts 1 112 176 ALAAR
He was a goodly spirit — he who fell: 1 112 182 ALAAR
And fell — not swiftly as I rose before, 1 114 238 ALAAR
They fell: for Heaven to them no hope imparts 1 115 263 ALAAR
I fell in love with melancholy, 1 157 28 INTRO
Here, dearest, where the moonbeam fell 1 161 2 FAIRY2
How fantastically it fell 1 162 26 FAIRY2
Then grew paler as it fell 1 192 25 NISA
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
A purer heart! If ever woman fell 1 254 40 POLI
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
For — the words were his who fell 1 307 10 BRIDA
And the voice seemed tla.,,who fell 1 309 10 BRIDF
And, when she fell in feeble health, 1 335 22 LENA
And, when she fell in feeble health, 1 337 9 LENK
There fell a silvery-silken veil of light, 1 445 6 TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 11 TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 11CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 14 TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 14CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of the roses, 1 445 19 TOHEL
Fell on the faces of the upturned roses, 1 445 19C TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of the roses, 1 445 19D TOHEL
And then I fell gently 1 458 75 ANNIE
Fell, as he found 1 463 10 ELDOR
FELLOW ( 2 2)
He’s a fine fellow after all, San Ozzo! 1 257 123 POLI
What ho! What ho! this fellow is dancing mad; 1 329 1 WHAT
FELLOWS ( 2 2)
Thy riotous company, too — fellows low born — 1 258 20 POLI
We have been boys together — school-fellows — 1 268 32 POLI
FELO ( 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
FELT ( 14 14)
With steadfast eye, till ye have felt 1 29 96 TAMA
Which I felt not — its bodied forms 1 32 164 TAMA
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 32 175 TAMA
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 32 180 TAMA
And felt, with ev’ry flying hour, 1 36 301 TAMA
With steadfast eye, till ye had felt 1 41 96 TAMB
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 42 175 TAMB
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 42 180 TAMB
With loitering eye till I have felt 1 48 110 TAMF
With loitering eye, till I have felt 1 56 83 TAMH
Ev’n 1.hen I felt — that brightest hour 1 82 19 HAPP
I felt my bosom swell, 1 307 9 BRIDA
I felt my bosom swell — 1 308 8 BRIDF
terrors never felt before; 1 365 14 RAVEN
FERDINAND ( 2 1)
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand in the words of the play — 1 261 16 POLI
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand i’ the words of the play — 1 261 16C POLI
FERDINANDO ( 3 1)
Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando — 1 390 18 VALG
(Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18D VALG
Like the knight Pinto (Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18F VALG
FERVENT ( 1 0)
Of fervent prayer and humble love, 1 217 .3A-D HYMN
FERVENTLY ( 1 1)
The truest — the most fervently devoted, 1 400 15 MLS
FERVER ( 1 1)
To a ferver by the moon beam that hangs o’er, 1 77 10 STAN
FERVID ( 1 1)
Whose fervid, flick`ring torch of life was lit 1 77 4 STAN
FERVOR ( 2 2)
Of its own fervor — what had o’er it power. 1 77 8 STAN
With the fervor of thy lute — 1 174 32 ISRA
FERVOUR ( 2 2)
A shelter from the fervour of His eye; 1 104 120 ALAAR
With the fervour of thy lute — 1 176 38 ISRG
FESTIVE ( 1 1)
And laughter crowns the festive hour 1 17 2 OCT
FETTER’D ( 1 0)
Was all on Earth my fetter’d sight 1 66 7C SONG
FEUD ( 2 2)
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
Of any feud existing, or any cause 1 279 20 POLI
FEVER ( 8 6)
As a burning, and a fever 1 71 17 SPIRA
As a burning and a fever 1 72 17 SPIRD
In the fever of a minute — 1 136 4 TOMB
And the fever called “Living” 1 456 5 ANNIE
Have ceased, with the fever 1 457 21AB ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 23AB ANNIE
Have ceased, with the fever 1 457 27 ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 29 ANNIE
FEVER’D ( 3 3)
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
FEVERED ( 1 1)
To what my fevered soul doth dream of Heaven! 1 260 11 POLI
FEW ( 8 7)
Of all the cities, and I’ve seen no few — 1 10 41 TEMP
When, a few fleeting years gone by, 1 35 268 TAMA
How few! and how they creep 1 131 21 SHOULD
A few days more, thou knowest, my Alessandra, 1 257 3 POLI
Learned as few are learned. 1 259 56 POLI
How few! yet how they creep 1 452 16 TAKE
From a spring but a very few 1 457 41 ANNIE
From a fountain a very few 1 457 41B ANNIE
FICKLE ( 1 1)
Trust to the fickle star within? 1 30 119 TAMA
FICTION ( 1 1)
The muses thro’ their bowers of Truth or Fiction, 1 148 8 ELIZA
FIDDLERS ( 1 1)
Are all the fiddlers off (hiccup) 1 248 10 POLI
FIELD ( 4 4)
The humble tiller of some humble field 1 254 50 POLI
BALDAZZAR. To the field then — to the field — 1 268 14 POLI
To the senate or the field. 1 268 15 POLI
FIELDS ( 2 2)
In the summer sky; in dreamy fields of light, 1 68 14 DREA
And greener fields than in yon world above, 1 114 229 ALAAR
FIEND ( 1 1)
bird or fiend!” I shrieked, upstarting — 1 369 97 RAVEN
FIENDS ( 5 3)
From more than fiends on earth, 1 206 33 PAEAN
To friends above, from fiends below, 1 336 55 LENA
“Avaunt! — avaunt! to friends from fiends 1 337 20 LENK
“Avaunt! avaunt! from fiends below 1 337 20J LENK
To friends above from fiends below 1 337 24C-GL LENK
FIERCE ( 1 1)
Hath not the same fierce heirdom given 1 54 30 TAMH
FIERCELY ( 1 1)
(fiercely.) 1 253 35d POLI
FIERCER ( 1 1)
Though its glow hath raised a fiercer flame 1 66 11 SONG
FIERY ( 6 6)
Its fiery passion? — ye have not — 1 33 204 TAMA
The fiery passion? ye have not — 1 42 204 TAMB
And roll’d, a flame, the fiery Heaven athwart. 1 114 236 ALAAR
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 192 42 NISA
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 193 40 NISB
To the fowl whose fiery eyes now 1 367 74 RAVEN
FIGHT ( 9 7)
The Count Castiglione will not fight, 1 280 29 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. 1 281 638 POLI
POLITIAN. Thou wilt not fight with me 1 281 64 POLI
Exceeding well! — thou darest not fight with me? 1 281 65.18 POLI
So fresh upon thy lips I will not fight thee — 1 281 68 POLI
For in the fight I will not raise a hand 1 282 79 POLI
Strike home. I will not fight thee. 1 282 82 POLI
Dost hear? with cowardice — thou wilt not fight me? 1 282 91 POLI
FIGURE ( 2 2)
Of yonder trees methought a figure past — 1 273 54 POLI
A spectral figure, solemn, and slow, and noiseless — 1 273 55 POLI
FILL ( 3 3)
They fill my soul with Beauty (which is Hope,) 1 446 61 TOHEL
Fill with mingled cream and amber, 1 450 1 ALE
And fill my heart of hearts, where Death installed you 1 467 7 MOTHB
FILLED ( 1 1)
Thrilled me — filled me with fantastic 1 365 14 RAVEN
FILLING ( 1 1)
Filling my heart of hearts, where God installed you, 1 467 7 MOTHC
FILLS ( 1 1)
Fills me with dread — thy ebony crucifix 1 263 81 POLI
FILMY ( 3 3)
One more filmy than the rest 1 140 12 FAIRY1
A vacuum in the filmy heaven: 1 200 50 CITYA
A void within the filmy Heaven. 1 202 47 CITYH
FINALLY ( 1 1)
and finally stops near the middle of the stage, 1 276 2d POLI
FIND ( 12 11)
Find Pride the ruler of its will. 1 32 194 TAMA
Find Pride the ruler of its will. 1 42 194 TAMB
Thy soul shall find itself alone — 1 71 1 SPIRA
Thy soul shall find itself alone 1 72 1 SPIRD
And then you will find your money in creases! 1 378 4 WALL
Shall find her own sweet name that, nestling, lies 1 389 3 VALA
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling lies 1 389 3 VALG
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling, lies 1 389 3DF VALG
[III. “Dactylic lines in which we find natural feet” — 1 393 8 MODC
“Seldom we find,” says Solomon Don Dunce, 1 425 1 DUNCE
Can find, among their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHB
Can find, amid their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHC
FINE ( 5 5)
Toss back his fine curls from his forehead fair 1 11 51 TEMP
Who knocked over a thousand so fine 1 219 8 LATIN
Birds of so fine a feather 1 254 33 POLI
SAN OZZO. Exceeding fine! 1 254 51 POLI
He’s a fine fellow after all, San Ozzo! 1 257 123 POLI
FINGER ( 4 3)
I saw that very ring upon the finger 1 251 87 POLI
The middle — the fore — no on the little finger 1 251 88 POLI
But Psyche, uplifting her finger, 1 417 51 ULA
But Psyche, uplifted her finger, 1 417 SIC ULA
FINGERS ( 3 3)
Thro’ my fingers to the deep! 1 53 248 TAMF
Thro’ my fingers to the deep! 1 131 22 SHOULD
Through my fingers to the deep, 1 452 17 TAKE
FIOR ( 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
FIRE ( 33 31)
Then, in my boyhood, when their fire 1 29 83 TAMA
With their own breath to fan its fire) 1 34 255 TAMA
Whom she had deem’d in his own fire 1 35 275 TAMA
Of young life, and the fire o’ the eye 1 39 382 TAMA
Then, in my boyhood, when their fire 1 40 83 TAMB
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 44 256 TAMB
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 45 7 TAMF
Then in my boyhood when their fire 1 47 74 TAMF
Trust to the fire within for light? 1 49 122 TAMF
With their own breath to fan its fire. 1 51 176 TAMF
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 54 7 TAMH
Then — in my boyhood — when their fire 1 56 70 TAMH
Trust to the fire within, for light? 1 56 95 TAMH
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 58 164 TAMH
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
Thy distant fire, 1 74 22 STAR
To be carriers of fire 1 103 94 ALAAR
(The red fire of their heart) 1 103 95 ALAAR
(The fire of their heart) 1 103 95E ALAAR
Apart — like fire-flies in Sicilian night, 1 105 145 ALAAR
Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, 1 114 248 ALAAR
His wit to love — his wine to fire — 1 157 26 INTRO
That Israfeli’s fire 1 174 14 ISRA
That Israfeli’s fire 1 176 18 ISRG
Burned there a holier fire than burneth now 1 272 19 POLI
Surging, unto skies of fire; 1 344 16 ROUTE
In a clamorous appealing to the mercy of the fire — 1 436 44 BELLSEG
In a mad expostulation with the deaf and frantic fire, 1 436 45 BELLSEG
And purified in their electric fire, 1 446 59 TOHEL
And sanctified in their elysian fire. 1 446 60 TOHEL
It glows with the fire 1 459 99B ANNIE
FIRE-FLIES ( 1 1)
Apart — like fire-flies in Sicilian night, 1 105 145 ALAAR
FIRE-FLY ( 1 1)
Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, 1 114 248 ALAAR


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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)