Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (FOR through FROG-POND),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 201-212 (This material is protected by copyright)


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FOR ( 273 236)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
And as for times, although ’tis said by many 1 9 5 TEMP
I beg your pardon, reader, for the oath, 1 10 35 TEMP
For I have travelled, friend, as well as you — 1 10 42 TEMP
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
The youth who cut the ribbon for her shoes! 1 11 58 TEMP
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
The “beau ideal” fancied for Adonis. 1 11 72 TEMP
For that the power of thought attend the latter 1 11 75 TEMP
For that the power of thought attends the latter 1 11 75C TEMP
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
Will make it break for thee! 1 17 9 OCT
I have sent for thee, holy friar; 1 26 1 TAMA
For, with the mountain dew by night, 1 28 46 TAMA
Was mad’ning — for ’twas man that shed 1 28 63 TAMA
For I was not as I had been; 1 29 75 TAMA
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 29 85 TAMA
By what it lost for passion — Heav’n. 1 30 107 TAMA
For they were childish, without sin, 1 30 116 TAMA
For when, in sunshine and in smiles, 1 30 127 TAMA
For passionate love is still divine: 1 31 1S3 TAMA
And happy beauty (for to me 1 32 161 TAMA
(For short the time my high hope lent 1 35 269 TAMA
For the flight on Earth to Fancy giv’n, 1 37 325 TAMA
When Fortune mark’d me for her own, 1 38 347 TAMA
For all we live to know — is known; 1 39 386 TAMA
For all was flown that made it so — 1 39 393 TAMA
A kingdom for a broken — heart. 1 39 406 TAMA
For I was not as I had been — 1 40 75 TAMB
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 40 85 TAMB
And happy beauty — (for to me 1 41 161 TAMB
Which knows (believe! for now on me 1 42 189 TAMB
O craving heart for the lost flowers 1 45 21 TAMF
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 47 76 TAMF
For in those days it was my lot 1 47 79 TAMF
For they were childish and upright — 1 49 119 TAMF
Trust to the fire within for light? 1 49 122 TAMF
For mid that sunshine and those smiles, 1 49 130 TAMF
Seem’d fitted for a queenly throne, 1 50 164 TAMF
Farewell! for I have won the earth. 1 51 192 TAMF
I (r.....12111 — for death, who comes for me 1 52 218 TAMF
O craving heart, for the lost flowers 1 54 21 TAMH
(For passion must, with youth, expire) 1 56 72 TAMH
For they were childish and upright — 1 56 92 TAMH
Trust to the fire within, for light? 1 56 95 TAMH
For ’mid that sunshine, and those smiles, 1 57 103 TAMH
Farewell! for I have won the Earth. 1 59 186 TAMH
For all we live to know is known 1 60 209 TAMH
For all had flown who made it so. 1 60 214 TAMH
I know — for Death who comes for me 1 60 223 TAMH
’Twere folly still to hope for higher Heaven! 1 68 12 DREA
For I have revell’d, when the sun was bright 1 68 13 DREA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 71 6 SPIRA
For the night, tho’ clear, shall frown: 1 71 11 SPIRA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 72 6 SPIRD
Which would cling to thee for ever. 1 72 18 SPIRD
Too cold — too cold for me — 1 74 11 STAR
For joy to my heart 1 74 18 STAR
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
A passionate light — such for his spirit was fit — 1 77 6 STAN
For on its wing was dark alloy 1 82 21 HAPP
For him who thence could solace bring 1 85 19 LAKEA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 86 20 LAKEF
To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies, 1 91 7 SCI
To seek for treasure in the jewell’d skies, 1 91 7A-E SCI
To seek for shelter in some happier star? 1 91 118C SCI
’Twas a sweet time for Nesace — for there 1 100 16 ALAAR
Rich clouds, for canopies, about her curled — 1 100 36 ALAAR
And the Nelumbo bud that floats for ever 1 102 78 ALAAR
Have dream’d for thy Infinity 1 103 104 ALAAR
Have dreamed for thy Infinity 1 103 104E ALAAR
For the stars trembled at the Deity. 1 104 121 ALAAR
She stirr’d not — breath’d not — for a voice was there 1 104 122 ALAAR
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
For what can awaken 1 111 148 ALAAR
For what (to them) availeth it to know 1 111 166 ALAAR
But two: they fell: for Heaven no grace imparts 1 112 176 ALAAR
To those who hear not for their beating hearts. 1 112 177 ALAAR
What wonder? for each star is eye-like there, 1 112 186 ALAAR
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
They fell: for Heaven to them no hope imparts 1 115 263 ALAAR
Who hear not for the beating of their hearts. 1 115 264 ALAAR
I have no time for idle cares 1 128 14 ROMG
I hardly have had time for cares 1 128 14ABJ ROMG
I had no time for idle cares, 1 128 14C ROMG
I scarcely have had time for cares 1 128 14D ROMG
For my destiny in a star: 1 130 6 SHOULD
For in his heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11 TOPO
For in my heart, as on thy stream, 1 135 11A* TOPO
For in my heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11ABCF TOPO
But that you sorrow for my fate 1 137 7 TOMD
For the tears that drip all over. 1 140 4 FAIRY1
For the same end as before — 1 141 36 FAIRY1
To adopt the cause for better or worse 1 147 2 LEA
And I have other reasons for so doing 1 148 5 ELIZA
His folly — pride — and passion — for he died. 1 150 9 ACROS
As for Locke, he is all in my eye, 1 151 1 LOCKE
May the d——l right soon for his soul call. 1 151 2 LOCKE
Succeeding years, too wild for song, 1 156 11 INTRO
For, being an idle boy Lang syne, 1 157 19 INTRO
I had no time for idle cares, 1 157 38 INTRO
Now thou art dress’d for paradise! 1 161 4 FAIRY2
For the tears that drip all over! 1 162 44 FAIRY2
For that wide circumference 1 162 57 FAIRY2
And would not for the world awake: 1 183 15 IRENE1
“Then, for thine own all radiant sake 1 184 36.38 IRENE1
“Then, for thine own beloved sake. 1 184 36.3C IRENE1
“For the holy Jesus’ sake! 1 184 38 IRENE1
“For strangely — fearfully in this hall 1 184 39 IRENE1
Wreathing for its transparent brow 1 184 52 IRENE1
Pores for a moment, ere it go, 1 184 56 IRENE1
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 65B IRENE1
That bed for one more melancholy. 1 185 66 IRENE1
For her may some tall vault unfold, 1 185 68 IRENE1
And would not, for the world, awake. 1 187 15 IRENE2
This chamber changed for one more holy, 1 188 40 IRENE2
This bed being changed for one more holy, 1 188 40DE IRENE2
This chamber chang’d for one more holy, 1 188 40F IRENE2
This bed for one more melancholy, 1 188 41 IRENE2
This room for one more melancholy, 1 188 41DE IRENE2
For her may some tall vault unfold — 1 188 49 IRENE2
For her may some tall tomb unfold — 1 188 49DE IRENE2
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 200 37 CITYA
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36 CITYH
The requiem for the loveliest dead, 1 205 3 PAEAN
They loved her for her wealth — 1 206 9 PAEAN
And they hated her for her pride — 1 206 10 PAEAN
For which my soul did pine — 1 214 2 PARA
For, alas! alas! with me 1 214 14 PARA
Alas! for that accursed time 1 215 20.18 PARA
For, O, angelic is thy form! 1 224 10 SLEEP
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie,) 1 228 6 COLIS
(Thirst for the springs of love that in thee lie,) 1 228 6A COLIS
Shall be a daily theme for praise, 1 235 7 THOUJ
And truth shall be a theme for praise, 1 235 78 THOUJ
Thy truth — shall be a theme for praise, 1 235 7C THOUJ
Shall be a constant theme for praise, 1 235 7D THOUJ
For ’mid the earnest cares and woes 1 236 14.1BC TOF
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
I’m positively stupid for want of sleep! 1 248 11 POLI
As a free gift, and for a marriage present 1 252 114 POLI
CASTIGLIONE I meant it for no joke. 1 253 5 POLI
SAN OZZO. Oh no! oh no! — you meant it for no joke. 1 253 6 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
SAN OZZO. Not for eleven months. 1 253 23 POLI
I have not seen her for eleven months. 1 254 27 POLI
With an excuse for falling it was she! 1 254 41 POLI
For the life of one. After all I don’t see why 1 255 66 POLI
If I should die for it — to have my choice 1 257 113 POLI
If I should die for it — and I to have my choice 1 257 113Ax POLI
For thy lofty rank and fashion — much depends 1 258 25 POLI
DI BROGLIO. My son, I’ve news for thee! — hey? — 1 259 38 POLI
I’ve news for you both. Politian is expected 1 259 41 POLI
Sit down! — for I am humble, most humble. 1 260 4 POLI
For the wounded spirit in Gilead it is there! 1 261 31 POLI
For thou hast served me long and ever been 1 261 38 POLI
That’s meant for me. I’m sure, Madam, you need not 1 262 46 POLI
For he’s sure the Count Castiglione never 1 262 52 POLI
Have use for jewels now. But I might have sworn it. 1 262 55 POLI
Fair mirror and true! now tell me (for thou canst) 1 262 61 POLI
For ruined maid. Fair mirror and true! — 1 263 70 POLI
Mast thou a crucifix fit for this thing? 1 264 97 POLI
So please you for your Grace. 1 266 52 POLI
And live, for now thou diest! 1 267 5 POLI
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
For in the eternal city thou shalt do me 1 268 34 POLI
So keen a relish for the beautiful 1 269 44 POLI
As for to leave me thus 1 270 71 POLI
As for to leave me thus? 1 270 75 POLI
As for to leave me thus 1 270 80 POLI
Bal. Let us go down — for it is getting late 1 270 82Ax POLI
And they wait for us below — Politian give 1 270 83Ax POLI
As for to leave me thus? 1 270 84 POLI
Apology unto the Duke for me; 1 271 112 POLI
Thrills with intenser love than I for thee. 1 272 17 POLI
Within my spirit for thee. And do I love? 1 272 20 POLI
Even for thy woes I love thee — even for thy woes — 1 272 21 POLI
And life shall then be mine, for I will live 1 274 78 POLI
For thee, and in thine eyes — and thou shalt be 1 274 79 POLI
What need is there of hurry? I’ll answer for it 1 276 4 POLI
For instance, and my present noble mistress 1 276 24 POLI
For example, and my present noble mistress 1 276 24Ax POLI
For the better I think — indeed I’m sure of it — 1 276 26 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
He might as well, for all the use he makes of it, 1 277 47 POLI
One in a thousand for a dainty curtsey. 1 278 67 POLI
“You good-for-nothing, idle, lazy scoundrel! 1 278 75 POLI
’Tis I who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
Having no cause for quarrel. 1 280 30 POLI
He should have cause for quarrel. 1 280 37 POLI
For in the fight I will not raise a hand 1 282 79 POLI
For public insult in the streets — before 1 282 86 POLI
Nothing about it, and for the best of reasons 1 283 55 POLI
For now, upon consideration, I think 1 284 91 POLI
Indeed I cannot will not answer for 1 285 119 POLI
For putting out a leg! Pray Sir proceed! 1 285 129 POLI
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie) 1 286 7 POLI
For vengeance or will never. So! the priest 1 287 55 POLI
For vengeance or will never. Behold the priest 1 287 55Ax POLI
For — the words were his who fell 1 307 10 BRIDA
For I dream — I know not how! 1 308 38 BRIDA
For the words rang as a knell, 1 309 9 BRIDF
For the words rang like a knell, 1 309 9BCD BRIDF
For I dream I know not how, 1 309 29 BRIDF
(Ah, let us mourn! — for never morrow 1 316 35 HAUNT
(Ah, let us mourn! — for never sorrow 1 316 35FJ HAUNT
With its Phantom chased for evermore, 1 325 19 WORM
With its Phantom chas’d for evermore, 1 325 19BCD WORM
A dirge for the most lovely dead 1 335 7 LENA
False friends! ye loved her for her wealth 1 335 20 LENA
False friends! ye lov’d her for her wealth 1 335 20B LENA
And hated her for her pride, 1 335 21 LENA
For her most wrong’d of all the dead 1 335 26 LENA
For the dear child 1 335 36 LENA
For her, the fair 1 335 38 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
“Wretches! ye loved her for her wealth 1 336 8 LENK
and ye hated her for her pride; 1 336 8 LENK
and hated her for her pride; 1 336 8D-L LENK
Leaving thee wild for the dear child 1 337 16 LENK
For her, the fair and debonair, that now so lowly lies, 1 337 17 LENK
For the dews that drip all over; 1 344 12 ROUTE
For the tears that drip all over; 1 344 12E ROUTE
For the heart whose woes are legion 1 345 39 ROUTE
For the spirit that walks in shadow 1 345 41 ROUTE
For her soul gives me sigh for sigh 1 349 16 EULA
sorrow for the lost Lenore — 1 365 10 RAVEN
For the rare and radiant maiden 1 365 11 RAVEN
Nameless here for evermore. 1 365 12 RAVEN
For we cannot help agreeing 1 367 51 RAVEN
I’ll tell you a plan for gaining wealth, 1 378 1 WALL
I’d strive for liberty no more, 1 384 3 KING
Of health, joy, peace, in store for thee. 1 385 4 FSO
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 388 1 VALA
For her this rhyme is penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1 VALG
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1F VALG
Of poets, by poets — for the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16 VALA
Still form a synonym for Truth. — Cease trying! 1 390 19 VALG
Hourly for hope — for life — eh! above all, 1 400 5 MLS
For the resurrection of deep-buried faith 1 400 6 MLS
All wish for Heaven — is merged forevermore 1 407 19 MARA
Alas! I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling — 1 407 25 MARA
Alas, I cannot feel; for ’tis not feeling, 1 408 20 MARB
For we knew not the month was October, 1 416 23 ULA
Ah, fly! — let us fly! — for we must.” 1 417 55 ULA
Oh, fly! — let us fly! — for we must.” 1 417 55A-DFG ULA
For every sound that floats 1 437 76 BELLSEG
That gave out, in return for the love-light, 1 445 12 TOHEL
I saw but them — saw only them for hours — 1 446 40 TOHEL
How fathomless a capacity for love! 1 446 47 TOHEL
For the napthaline river 1 457 35 ANNIE
For man never slept 1 457 49 ANNIE
For now, while so quietly 1 458 59 ANNIE
For it sparkles with Annie — 1 459 98 ANNIE
“If you seek for Eldorado!” 1 463 24 ELDOR
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
FORBID ( 2 1)
So wills its King, who hath forbid 1 345 47 ROUTE
So wills the King, who hath forbid 1 345 47AB ROUTE
FORBIDDEN ( 3 2)
To while away — forbidden things! 1 128 19 ROMG
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 128 19C ROMG
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 157 43 INTRO
FORCE ( 1 1)
She ne’er shall force an echo more, 1 188 58 IRENE2
FORE ( 1 1)
The middle — the fore — no on the little finger 1 251 88 POLI
FOREFATHERS ( 1 1)
Which from my forefathers I did inherit, 1 268 11 POLI
FOREHEAD ( 1 1)
Toss back his fine curls from his forehead fair 1 11 51 TEMP
FOREIGN 1 3 3)
A tender poet of a foreign tongue, 1 221 5 ENIGMA
Two words — two foreign, soft dissyllables — 1 406 7 MARA
Two words — two foreign soft dissyllables — 1 407 7 MARB
FORENOON ( 1 1)
Called him a coward on yesterday forenoon, 1 283 67 POLI
FOREST ( 10 10)
Roaming the forest and the wild; 1 30 121 TAMA
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 33 217 TAMA
Of rock 6 forest on the hills; 1 43 217 TAMB
Roaming the forest and the wild, 1 49 124 TAMF
Of rock and forest on the hills — 1 50 154 TAMF
Roaming the forest, and the wild; 1 56 97 TAMH
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 58 142 TAMH
Far in the forest, dim and old, 1 185 67 IRENE1
Far in the forest, dim and old, 1 188 48 IRENE2
’heath the forest tree 1 399 9 LOU
FORESTS ( 1 1)
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
FORETELLS ( 4 2)
What a world of merriment their melody foretells! 1 435 3 BELLSEG
What a world of merriment their melody foretells! 1 435 3A-Hi BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17 BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17A-11.1 BELLSEG
FOREVER ( 13 10)
Which would cling to thee forever. 1 71 18 SPIRA
Forever changing places — 1 140 8 FAIRY1
Forever changing places! 1 162 48 FAIRY2
Forever with as calm an eye, 1 185 64 IRENE1
Forever with unopened eye, 1 188 43 IRENE2
Forever with unclosed eye, 1 188 43DE IRENE2
Forever with unopen’d eye, 1 188 43FG IRENE2
“Prophetic sounds and loud, arise forever 1 229 34 COLIS
Forever — and love a duty. 1 235 8BC THOUJ
Prophetic sounds and loud arise forever 1 287 41 POLI
A hideous throng rush out forever 1 317 47 HAUNT
The spirit flown forever! 1 334 2 LENA
the spirit flown forever! 1 336 1 LENK
FOREVERMORE ( 1 1)
All wish for Heaven — is merged forevermore 1 407 19 MARA
FORGET ( 10 8)
In vain I struggle to forget 1 17 3 OCT
Called — I forget the heathenish Greek name — 1 148 14 ELIZA
Thou Bost forget thyself, remembering me! 1 272 23 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards — 1 277 54 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards of velvet 1 277 54A2x POLI
Set him a laughing once, and he’ll forget 1 283 68 POLI
and forget this lost Lenore!” 1 368 83 RAVEN
The words — the letters themselves. Do not forget 1 389 8 VALA
The words — the syllables! Do not forget 1 389 8 VALG
The words — the letters themselves! Do not forget 1 389 8F VALG
FORGETS ( 3 3)
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
God shield the soul that ne’er forgets. L..] 1 403 6 PHYS
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. C...7 1 403 8 PHYS
FORGETTING ( 1 1)
Forgetting, or never 1 458 55 ANNIE
FORGIVEN ( 1 1)
With many a mutter’d “hope to be forgiven” 1 105 5 ALAAR
FORGIVENESS ( 1 1)
your forgiveness I implore; 1 365 20 RAVEN
FORGOT ( 6 6)
Why, really, sir, I almost had forgot — 1 10 30 TEMP
That years of love have been forgot 1 136 3 TOMB
That years of love have been forgot 1 137 3 TOMD
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 199 11 CITYA
Around, by lifting winds forgot, 1 201 9 CITYH
It shall not be forgot! 1 325 18 WORM
FORGOTTEN ( 7 7)
Over the old forgotten grave — 1 192 32 NISA
Up thrones — up long-forgotten bowers 1 200 24 CITYA
Up shadowy long-forgotten bowers 1 201 19 CITYH
That we go down unhonoured and forgotten 1 273 43 POLI
Fly thither with me? There Care shall be forgotten, 1 274 76 POLI
And I have not forgotten it — thou’lt do me 1 280 32 POLI
volume of forgotten lore — 1 364 2 RAVEN
FORM ( 13 12)
His form once seen becomes a part of sight, 1 11 70 TEMP
Its very form hath pass’d me by, 1 30 100 TAMA
Shall form the pedestal of a throne — 1 59 172 TAMH
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
Is not its form — its voice — most palpable and loud? 1 107 47 ALAAR
And the cloud that took the form 1 147 20 ALONE
Form in the deep another seven: 1 222 8 SERE
For, O, angelic is thy form! 1 224 10 SLEEP
Mimes, in the form of God on high, 1 325 9 WORM
And, over each quivering form, 1 326 34 WORM
And, over each dying form, 1 326 34A WORM
and take thy form from off my door!” 1 369 101 RAVEN
Still form a synonym for Truth. — Cease trying! 1 390 19 VALG
FORMER ( 2 2)
The former was well known to fame, 1 151 7 LOCKE
Between my former mistress, Lalage, 1 276 23 POLI
FORMLESS ( 1 1)
At bidding of vast formless things 1 325 13 WORM
FORMS ( 8 8)
Which I felt not — its bodied forms 1 32 164 TAMA
Unheeded then — its bodied forms 1 41 164 TAMB
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 140 3 FAIRY1
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 162 43 FAIRY2
Vast forms that move fantastically 1 316 43 HAUNT
With forms that no man can discover 1 344 11 ROUTE
Shrouded forms that start and sigh 1 344 35 ROUTE
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
FORSAKE ( 1 0)
Its way to Heav’n — and sorrow forsake, 1 184 48C IRENE1
FORSAKEN ( 3 2)
And the dead who is forsaken 1 308 41 BRIDA
Lest the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32 BRIDF
And the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32B BRIDF
FORTH ( 6 6)
Each fit to furnish forth four hours debate. 1 10 22 TEMP
From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth 1 77 5 STAN
Breathe it less gently forth — and veil thine eyes. 1 149 6 ACROS
She murmured forth Castiglione’s name 1 250 53 POLI
Let us go forth and taste the fragrant air 1 260 65 POLI
Extremely flat, and candid, and so forth 1 283 49 POLI
FORTUNE ( 1 1)
When Fortune mark’d me for her own, 1 38 347 TAMA
FORTUNE’S ( 1 1)
Familiarly — whom Fortune’s sun 1 35 263 TAMA
FOUL ( 5 3)
Nor deal in flattery or aspersions foul, 1 10 27 TEMP
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder 1 228 21.2A-DFK COLIS
Had I the will, to bring such foul disgrace 1 255 72 POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 22.1Ax POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 28 POLI
FOUND ( 10 8)
The night had found (to him a night of wo) 1 112 190 ALAAR
When first the phantom’s course was found to be 1 115 255LMQ ALAAR
They have found to be the best) 1 140 14 FAIRY1
I early found Anacreon rhymes 1 157 21 INTRO
Will there be found — “dew sweeter far than that 1 261 33 POLI
With which all tongues are busy — a land new found — 1 274 66 POLI
of which all tongues are speaking — a land new found — 1 274 66A POLI
Miraculously found by one of Genoa — 1 274 67 POLI
We both have found a life-long love; 1 382 5 VANE
Fell, as he found 1 463 10 ELDOR
FOUNT ( 2 2)
Its fount is holier — more divine — 1 45 10 TAMF
Its fount is holier — more divine — 1 54 10 TAMH
FOUNTAIN ( 6 3)
There rose a fountain once, and there 1 39 401 TAMA
The gentle Naiad from her fountain-flood, 1 91 12ADE SCI
The gentle Nais from the fountain flood, 1 91 12BC SCI
From the torrent, or the fountain — 1 146 13 ALONE
A fountain and a shrine, 1 214 4 PARA
From a fountain a very few 1 457 418 ANNIE
FOUNTAIN-FLOOD ( 1 0)
The gentle Naiad from her fountain-flood, 1 91 12ADE SCI
FOUNTAINS ( 2 1)
Fountains were gushing music as they fell 1 108 62 ALAAR
Fountains toppling evermore 1 344 13B ROUTE
FOUNTS ( 2 1)
It is not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9 TOMB
I heed not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9A TOMB
FOUR ( 5 5)
Each fit to furnish forth four hours debate. 1 10 22 TEMP
Near four bright suns — a temporary rest — 1 100 18 ALAAR
This time and dark — one, two, three, four, five, six! 1 276 9 POLI
Four, five, six, seven — that’s it — 1 277 53 POLI
with the value off four short syllables] 1 393 20/21 MODC
FOWL ( 2 2)
fowl to hear discourse so plainly, 1 366 49 RAVEN
To the fowl whose fiery eyes now 1 367 74 RAVEN
FRAGRANCE ( 1 1)
With what excessive fragrance the zephyr comes 1 279 15 POLI
FRAGRANT ( 2 2)
They wave: — from out their fragrant tops 1 196 24 NISE
Let us go forth and taste the fragrant air 1 260 65 POLI
FRAME ( 1 1)
Such is the union I would frame, 1 382 13 VANE
FRAMING ( 1 1)
Thou! thy framing is so holy 1 160 28 MYST
FRANTIC ( 1 1)
In a mad expostulation with the deaf and frantic fire, 1 436 45 BELLSEG
FRAUGHT ( 7 7)
(With thine unearthly beauty fraught) 1 32 177 TAMA
With which this aching breast is fraught) 1 32 184 TAMA
Of parting, were with madness fraught; 1 36 296 TAMA
(With thine unearthly beauty fraught —) 1 42 177 TAMB
I say that dream was fraught 1 75 5 IMIT
But I will half believe that wild light fraught 1 77 11 STAN
With wisdom, virtue, feeling fraught, 1 386 22 FSO
FREAKS ( 1 1)
Of his caprices and his merry freaks 1 266 34 POLI
FREE ( 10 9)
Of young passion free 1 66 6A SONG
Gleams up the pinnacles far and free 1 201 16 CITYH
Some ocean throbbing far and free 1 237 11 TOF
As a free gift, and for a marriage present 1 252 114 POLI
A heaven so calm as this — so utterly free 1 280 26 POLI
A love which shall be passion-free, 1 382 9 VANE
Could fling, all lavishly and free, 1 385 2 FSO
Thy life’s free course should ever roam 1 386 9 FSO
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHB
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHC
FREEDOM ( 1 1)
Is Happiness now, and will be Freedom hereafter 1 274 73 POLI
FREELY ( 1 1)
Freely would give the broad lands of my earldom 1 271 101 POLI
FRESH ( 1 1)
So fresh upon thy lips I will not fight thee — 1 281 68 POLI
FRIAR ( 2 2)
I have sent for thee, holy friar; 1 26 1 TAMA
(It boots me not, good friar, to tell 1 38 349 TAMA
FRIEND ( 22 22)
Ah growl, say you, my friend, and pray at what? 1 10 29 TEMP
For I have travelled, friend, as well as you — 1 10 42 TEMP
My friend, the beau, hath made a settled matter, 1 11 76 TEMP
His cousin Alessandra. She was the friend 1 250 58 POLI
The bosom friend of the fair lady Lalage 1 250 59 POLI
JACINTA. What if he did friend Ugo? 1 251 85 POLI
Ha! here at least’s a friend — too much a friend 1 262 59 POLI
In earlier days — a friend will not deCeive thee. 1 262 60 POLI
The Earl — he with his friend Baldazzar 1 265 30 POLI
Demeanour of his friend — who to speak the truth 1 266 38 POLI
Upon his friend Baldazzar. Ah! welcome, Sir! 1 266 46 POLI
Of Leicester in Great Britain, this his friend 1 266 50 POLI
If such there be, my friend Baldazzar here — 1 267 62 POLI
Baldazzar! — ah! — my friend Baldazzar here 1 267 63 POLI
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
Unto thy friend. 1 269 38 POLI
POLITIAN. Good night, my friend, good night. 1 271 115 POLI
All very true. Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, 1 280 31 POLI
BALDAZZAR. My lord! — my friend! —— 1 280 37 POLI
Yet may we not, my gentle friend 1 382 7 VANE
Of brother, friend and cousin meet, — 1 382 12 VANE
FRIENDLY ( 3 3)
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d 1 30 123 TAMA
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 49 126 TAMF
And, when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 56 99 TAMH
FRIENDS ( 12 10)
When wit, and wine, and friends have met 1 17 1 OCT
Where oft — in life — with friends — it went 1 184 49 IRENE1
Her friends are gazing on her, 1 206 5 PAEAN
And now are friends — yet shall not be so long — 1 268 33 POLI
And my friends are all delighted 1 308 21 BRIDA
False friends! ye loved her for her wealth 1 335 20 LENA
False friends! ye lov’d her for her wealth 1 335 20B LENA
To friends above, from fiends below, 1 336 55 LENA
“Avaunt! — avaunt! to friends from fiends 1 337 20 LENK
To friends above from fiends below 1 337 24C-GL LENK
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
“Other friends have flown before — 1 367 58 RAVEN
FRIENDSHIP ( 1 1)
And Friendship to be second best. 1 382 16 VANE
FRIENDSHIP’S ( 1 0)
The smile of love — soft friendship’s charm — 1 81 12.18 HAPP
FRIEZE ( 3 2)
These vague entablatures — this crumbling frieze — 1 229 28 COLIS
These vague entablatures — this broken frieze — 1 229 28A-DFK COLIS
These vague entablatures: this broken frieze 1 286 35 POLI
FRIEZES ( 2 2)
Friezes from Tadmor and Persepolis — 1 107 36 ALAAR
Whose wreathed friezes intertwine 1 201 22 CITYH
FRIGHT ( 3 3)
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 48 91 TAMF
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 85 13 LAKEA
Yet that terror was not fright, 1 86 13 LAKEF
FRIGHTFUL ( 2 1)
To the frightful sounds of merriment below 1 249 49.1Ax POLI
The frightful sounds of merriment below 1 263 77 POLI
FRIGID ( 1 1)
When saw you now, Baldazzar, in the frigid 1 280 24 POLI
FRINGED ( 4 2)
Above the closed and fringgd lid 1 187 26 IRENE2
Above the closed and fringed lid 1 187 26GHK IRENE2
The uplifting of the fringed lid; 1 345 48 ROUTE
The uplifting of the fringi:d lid; 1 345 48AE ROUTE
FRISKY ( 1 1)
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
FRO ( 4 3)
And million bright pines to and fro, 1 183 18 IRENE1
And million cedars to and fro, 1 183 18BC IRENE1
and kicks the bandbox to and/ fro 1 276 18/19d POLI
That shift the scenery to and fro, 1 325 14 WORM
FROG ( 3 2)
Frog-faced | stupid old | God-born | Pundits who | 1 394 2* MODD
Frog Pond | munching of | pea nuts and | pumkins and | 1 394 4 MODD
in the mud of the Frog-pond? 1 394 26 MODC
FROG-FACED ( 1 0)
Frog-faced | stupid old | God-born | Pundits who | 1 394 2* MODD
FROG-POND ( 1 1)
in the mud of the Frog-pond? 1 394 26 MODC


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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)