Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (GHOULS through GREECE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 223-235 (This material is protected by copyright)


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GHOULS ( 5 4)
Where dwell the Ghouls, — 1 344 30 ROUTE
Have been that the woodlandish ghouls — 1 418 96 ULA
The pitiful, the merciful ghouls, 1 418 97 ULA
They are Ghouls: — 1 437 88 BELLSEG
Called Ghouls: — 1 437 88.1A-D BELLSEG
GIANT ( 5 5)
Was giant-like — so thou, my mind! 1 47 61 TAMF
Of giant pasturage lying at his ease, 1 105 3 ALAAR
“With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 229 38 COLIS
I was mistaken — ’twas but a giant bough 1 274 57 POLI
With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 287 45 POLI
GIANT-LIKE ( 1 1)
Was giant-like — so thou, my mind! 1 47 61 TAMF
GIANTLIKE ( 1 0)
Was giantlike — so thou my mind. 1 55 57CE TAMH
GIDDY ( 3 3)
And the giddy stars are mute. 1 173 5 ISRA
And the giddy stars (so legends tell) 1 175 5 ISRG
Gay, volatile and giddy — is he not? 1 259 52 POLI
GIFT ( 7 7)
But hope is not a gift of thine; 1 27 12 TAMA
Were incense — then a goodly gift — 1 30 115 TAMA
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 45 12 TAMF
Were incense — then a goodly gift — 1 49 118 TAMF
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 54 12 TAMH
Were incense — then a goodly gift, 1 56 91 TAMH
As a free gift, and for a marriage present 1 252 114 POLI
GIGANTICALLY ( 2 2)
Death looks gigantically down. 1 200 44 CITYA
Death looks gigantically down. 1 202 29 CITYH
GILDED ( 3 3)
Had gilded with a conquerer’s name, 1 35 272 TAMA
On th’ Arabesque carving of a gilded hall 1 113 204 ALAAR
Here, where the dames of Rome their gilded hair 1 228 20 COLIS
GILEAD ( 2 2)
For the wounded spirit in Gilead it is there! 1 261 31 POLI
Is there — 12,..there balm in Gilead? — 1 368 89 RAVEN
GINGERBREAD ( 1 1)
Of butternuts, gingerbread, and milk and water! 1 254 56 POLI
GIRL ( 2 2)
She was a peasant girl, she was so humble. 1 277 31 POLI
Than the eyes of the radiant girl, 1 349 8 EULA
GIRLISH ( 2 2)
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 49 132 TAMF
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 57 105 TAMH
GIRT ( 1 1)
Upon the rock-girt shore of Time. 1 386 12 FSO
GIVE ( 16 11)
Give a trickle and a tinkle and a knell. 1 196 27.3C NISE
Shall give his undivided time. 1 200 58 CITYA
Give up thy soul to penitence, and pray! 1 263 75 POLI
My Lord! a second welcome let me give you 1 266 47 POLI
Give way unto these humours. Be thyself! 1 267 3 POLI
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Give not thy soul to dreams: 1 268 21 POLI
And they wait for us below — Politian give 1 270 83Ax POLI
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
Freely would give the broad lands of my earldom 1 271 101 POLI
I’ the budding of my hopes — give me to live, 1 279 7A POLI
In the budding of my hopes — give me to live, 1 279 7B POLI
Give me to live yet — yet a little while: 1 279 8 POLI
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
GIVEN ( 18 17)
Hath not the same heirdom given 1 46 34 TAMF
O human love! thou spirit given 1 51 183 TAMF
Hath not the same fierce heirdom given 1 54 30 TAMH
O, human love! thou spirit given, 1 59 177 TAMH
In my young boyhood — should it thus be given, 1 68 11 DREA
With light like Hope to mortals given — 1 72 14 SPIRD
Fair flowers, and fairy! to whose care is given 1 102 80 ALAAR
My embassy is given, 1 104 115 ALAAR
Yet thine is my resplendency, so given 1 105 141 ALAAR
Be given our lady’s bidding to discuss: 1 114 246 ALAAR
She gives to us as given by her God — 1 114 250A ALAAR
As if the turret-tops had given 1 200 49 CITYA
As if their tops had feebly given 1 202 46 CITYH
He has given us more 1 219 10 LATIN
And little given to thinking. 1 259 53 POLI
Would have given a real diamond to such as you; 1 262 53 POLI
Having given thee no offence. Ha! — am I right? 1 281 55 POLI
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
GIVES ( 4 3)
Not within himself but gives 1 36 308 TAMA
She gives to us as given by her God — 1 114 250A ALAAR
Gives me these qualms of conscience. Be a man! 1 255 82 POLI
For her soul gives me sigh for sigh 1 349 16 EULA
GIV’N ( 5 5)
Aye — the same thing heritage hath giv’n 1 27 33 TAMA
Giv’n by the energetic might 1 32 187 TAMA
For the flight on Earth to Fancy giv’n, 1 37 325 TAMA
With light like Hope to mortals giv’n, 1 71 14 SPIRA
Of what in other worlds shall be — and giv’n 1 78 25 STAN
GLAD ( 2 2)
And you most noble Duke! am glad to see you! 1 266 54 POLI
Extremely well attempted! — Sir I am glad 1 285 123 POLI
GLADE ( 1 1)
Some have left the cool glade, and 1 110 140 ALAAR
GLADNESS ( 1 1)
The gladness of a gentle heart, 1 386 13 FSO
GLANCE ( 4 3)
The brightest glance of pride, and power, 1 81 3B HAPP
The brightest glance of pride and power 1 82 15 HAPP
Till they glance thro’ the shade, and 1 108 76 ALAAR
Thus came the first glance of that eye; 1 225 10 FANNY
GLANCES ( 9 3)
Where Houri glances are — 1 174 20 ISRA
Where the Houri glances are 1 176 26 ISRG
Where Houri glances are 1 176 26C ISRG
And the Houri glances are 1 176 26DE ISRG
Are where thy grey eye glances, 1 215 23 PARA
Of where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23A PARA
Are where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23B-HK-NPRZ PARA
Are where thy blue eye glances, 1 215 23J PARA
Are where the dark eye glances, 1 215 230 PARA
GLANCING ( 1 1)
In the seraphic glancing of thine eyes — 1 400 12 MLS
GLARE ( 1 1)
While even in the meridian glare of day 1 446 64 TOHEL
GLARED ( 2 2)
Here, where the mimic eagle glared in gold, 1 228 18 COLIS
Here where the mimic eagle glared in gold 1 286 23 POLI
GLASS ( 6 6)
Because to his cat’s eyes I hold a glass 1 12 87 TEMP
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 200 38 CITYA
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 202 37 CITYH
A glass of wine will put you all to rights. 1 255 84 POLI
Bring me a VAIL of wine! 1 256 89 POLI
I will drain that glass again. 1 450 2 ALE
GLASSES ( 2 1)
Beholds it but through darkened glasses. 1 345 50 ROUTE
Beholds it but through darken’d glasses. 1 345 50D ROUTE
GLEAMING ( 3 2)
Ah, we safely may trust to its gleaming 1 417 67 ULA
We surely may trust to a gleaming 1 417 69 ULA
We safely may trust to a gleaming 1 417 69A-DFG ULA
GLEAMS ( 2 2)
Gleams up the pinnacles far and free 1 201 16 CITYH
And where thy footstep gleams — 1 215 24 PARA
GLEN ( 1 1)
O’er hill and glen dissolves in air; 1 225 4 FANNY
GLIDE ( 2 1)
Didst glide away. Only thine eyes remained. 1 446 51 TOHEL
Didst glide way. Only thine eyes remained. 1 446 51E TOHEL
GLIDES ( 3 3)
Glides, spectre-like, unto his marble home, 1 229 23 COLIS
Glides spectre-like unto his marble home 1 286 30 POLI
Glides down the Stygian river! 1 334 4 LENA
GLIDING ( 1 1)
Gliding serenely to its goal, 1 386 23 FSO
GLISTENS ( 1 1)
Which glistens then, and trembles — 1 135 8 TOPO
GLITTER ( 1 1)
Which Error’s glitter cannot blind, 1 386 19 FSO
GLITTERING ( 2 2)
Of other beauty glittering thro’ the light — 1 101 39 ALAAR
And the glittering beam from a maiden’s eye 1 302 9 PARO
GLITT’RING ( 1 1)
Encircling with a glitt’ring bound 1 43 221 TAMB
GLOATED ( 1 1)
that the lamp-light gloated o’er, 1 368 76 RAVEN
GLOATING ( 4 2)
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder 1 228 21.2A-DFK COLIS
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
with the lamp-light gloating o’er, 1 368 77 RAVEN
GLOATS ( 1 1)
To the turtle-dove that listens while she gloats 1 436 23 BELLSEG
GLOBE ( 1 1)
One half the garden of her globe was flung 1 113 222 ALAAR
GLOOM ( 10 10)
How now! why tremble, man of gloom, 1 51 179 TAMF
Gone are the glory and the gloom — 1 158 47 INTRO
Is by (the very source of gloom) 1 162 34 FAIRY2
To heaven with that ungodly gloom! 1 199 9 CITYA
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom, and glory! 1 228 9 COLIS
LALAGE. Hist! hush! within the gloom 1 273 53 POLI
Throw over all things a gloom. 1 274 64 POLI
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom and glory! 1 286 10 POLI
And tempted her out of her gloom — 1 418 73 ULA
And conquered her scruples and gloom; 1 418 74 ULA
GLOOMY ( 2 2)
The Earl a gloomy man. 1 266 42 POLI
That my room it is gloomy 1 457 47 ANNIE
GLORIES ( 2 2)
Succeeds the glories of the bowl — 1 158 53 INTRO
Which gathers all their glories in its own. 1 222 16 ENIGMA
GLORIOUS ( 4 3)
“And strange thy glorious length of tress! 1 184 28 IRENE1
Stranger thy glorious length of tress, 1 187 35DE IRENE2
Banners yellow, glorious, golden, 1 315 9 HAUNT
But hug the glorious chains I wore. 1 384 4 KING
GLORIOUSLY ( 2 2)
Went gloriously away, 1 53 250 TAMF
Went gloriously away, 1 131 24 SHOULD
GLORY ( 33 30)
The worldly glory, which has shown 1 27 26 TAMA
(With glory — such as might inspire 1 35 273 TAMA
Of glory, which the world hath known? 1 37 331 TAMA
The glory of the summer sun, 1 38 367 TAMA
Of glory which the world hath known 1 44 331 TAMB
The searing glory which hath shone 1 45 17 TAMF
The glory of that summer sun. 1 52 200 TAMF
Bow’d down with its own glory grows. 1 52 216 TAMF
The searing glory which hath shone 1 54 17 TAMH
Of glory which the world hath known 1 59 169 TAMH
The glory of the summer sun. 1 59 194 TAMH
In thy glory afar, 1 74 16 STAR
But when its glory swell’d upon the sky, 1 115 257 ALAAR
Gone are the glory and the gloom — 1 158 47 INTRO
To the glory that was Greece, 1 166 9 HELF
At once the shame and glory of our age, 1 221 8 ENIGMA
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom, and glory! 1 228 9 COLIS
“Clothing us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46 COLIS
“And clothe us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46A COLIS
Befit thee — Fame awaits thee — Glory calls — 1 268 22 POLI
And with thy glory? 1 273 30 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not to me of glory! 1 273 30 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not — speak not of glory! 1 273 30AB POLI
What need we more? Ha! glory! — now speak not of it! 1 273 35 POLI
There is no deed I would more glory in, 1 273 39 POLI
Than in thy cause to scoff at this same glory 1 273 40 POLI
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom and glory! 1 286 10 POLI
Clothing us in a robe of more than glory. 1 287 53 POLI
In state his glory well befitting 1 316 23 HAUNT
And round about his home the glory 1 316 37 HAUNT
Amid the clouds of glory, far away 1 407 31 MARA
Feel a glory in so rolling 1 437 84 BELLSEG
Of Glory accurst: — 1 457 36AB ANNIE
GLOVES ( 1 1)
Who’d be without a watch? — these are pretty gloves! 1 276 12 POLI
GLOW ( 8 8)
Burn’d with a still intenser glow; 1 29 84 TAMA
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 40 84 TAMB
Burn’d with a still intenser glow, 1 47 75 TAMF
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 56 71 TAMH
Though its glow hath raised a fiercer flame 1 66 11 SONG
Thou art an emblem of the glow 1 134 3 TOPO
The waves have now a redder glow — 1 200 51 CITYA
The waves have now a redder glow — 1 202 48 CITYH
GLOWING ( 4 3)
Than ev’n thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217 ALAAR
Than even thy glowing bosom beats withal, 1 113 217A ALAAR
As glowing Beauty’s bust beneath man’s eye, 1 115 258 ALAAR
And all with pearl and ruby glowing 1 316 25 HAUNT
GLOWS ( 3 1)
It glows with the light 1 459 99 ANNIE
It glows with the thought 1 459 99A ANNIE
It glows with the fire 1 459 998 ANNIE
GO ( 30 28)
Go! breathe on their slumber, 1 111 144 ALAAR
Gay fire-fly of the night we come and go, 1 114 248 ALAAR
Are rocking lullabies as they go, 1 183 19 IRENE1
But when a week or two go by, 1 184 45 IRENE1
Pores for a moment, ere it go, 1 184 56 IRENE1
While the pale sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44 IRENE2
While the dim sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44FGHK IRENE2
the devil go with them! 1 248 10 POLI
And I’ll go home and send you in a trice 1 253 15 POLI
Let us go forth and taste the fragrant air 1 260 65 POLI
As go down in the library and bring me 1 261 29 POLI
Disturb my senses — go! I cannot pray — 1 263 78 POLI
Thy presence grieves me — go! — thy priestly raiment 1 263 80 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
Lest I behold thee not; thou couldst not go 1 275 93 POLI
O speak to me! I knew thou wouldst not go! 1 275 99 POLI
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
A piece of service; wilt thou go back and say 1 280 33 POLI
BALDAZZAR. I go — to-morrow we meet, 1 280 43 POLI
I’ll make this idiot go and tell the Count 1 283 70 POLI
Mere puppets they, who come and go 1 325 12 WORM
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
They would not go — they never yet have gone. 1 446 52 TOHEL
GOADS ( 1 1)
And goads him to these courses. They say the Duke 1 249 44 POLI
GOAL ( 1 1)
Gliding serenely to its goal, 1 386 23 FSO
GOBLIN ( 1 0)
The witch, the sprite, the goblin — where are they? 1 91 14F SCI
GOD ( 53 45)
God help me, it has been my lot to know, 1 11 60 TEMP
If I can hope (O God! I can) 1 27 13 TAMA
To God, and to the great whole — 1 36 310 TAMA
O God! when the thoughts that may not pass 1 37 323 TAMA
If I can, hope (O God! I can) 1 45 9 TAMF
If I can hope — Oh God! I can — 1 54 9 TAMH
The breath of God will be still; 1 71 23 SPIRA
The breeze — the breath of God — is still — 1 73 23 SPIRD
In beauty by our God, to those alone 1 78 26 STAN
And late to ours, the favour’d one of God — 1 100 25 ALAAR
Thy will is done, Oh, God! 1 103 106 ALAAR
Silence is the voice of God — 1 104 125.18 ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is passing by, 1 104 131 ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is moving by, 1 104 131B ALAAR
And rays from God shot down that meteor chain 1 106 24 ALAAR
O Death! from eye of God upon that star: 1 111 161 ALAAR
She grants to us, as granted by her God — 1 114 250 ALAAR
She gives to us as given by her God — 1 114 250A ALAAR
O God! on my funereal mind 1 132 7 BOWERS
Where Love is a grown god — 1 174 19 ISRA
Where Love’s a grown-up God — 1 176 25 ISRG
Where Love is a grown God — 1 176 25C ISRG
And Love’s a grown-up God — 1 176 25DE ISRG
I pray to God that she may lie 1 185 63 IRENE1
I pray to God that she may lie 1 188 42 IRENE2
A heaven that God loth not contemn 1 199 14 CITYA
Mother of God, be with me still! 1 217 4 HYMN
Who is God but Epiphanes? 1 220 3 SONGA
Our thoughts, our souls — our God above! 1 223 24 SERE
Who is my lady Lalage? God knows! 1 250 64 POLI
LALAGE I cannot pray! — My soul is at war with God! 1 263 76 POLI
UGO. Good God! that’s true! 1 285 121 POLI
Not where I should be? — By the God of Heaven 1 287 60 POLI
Would God I could awaken! 1 308 37 BRIDA
Would God I could awaken! 1 309 28 BRIDF
No foot of man,) commend thyself to God! 1 322 15 SILE
Mimes, in the form of God on high, 1 325 9 WORM
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
yet is he 1 God-born. 1 339 1 HEX
“Wretch,” I cried, “thy God hath lent thee — 1 368 81 RAVEN
by that God we both adore — 1 368 92 RAVEN
Out of the 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2 MODD
Frog-faced 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2* MODD
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
God shield the soul that ne’er forgets. C...l 1 403 6 PHYS
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. E...1 1 403 8 PHYS
Save only thee and me. (Oh, Heaven! — oh, God! 1 445 26 TOHEL
O God! can I not grasp 1 452 19 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not grasp 1 452 19A TAKE
O God! can I not save 1 452 21 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not save 1 452 21A TAKE
Filling my heart of hearts, where God installed you, 1 467 7 MOTHC
GOD-BORN ( 3 2)
yet is he 1 God-born. 1 339 1 HEX
Out of the 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2 MODD
Frog-faced 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 24, MODD
GODDESS’ ( 1 1)
To bear the Goddess’ song, in odors, up to Heaven: 1 102 81 ALAAR
GODLINESS ( 1 1)
Tho’ not with Faith — with godliness — whose throne 1 78 30 STAN
GOD’S ( 3 3)
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
Who “had the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 406 15 MARA
who has “the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 407 15 MARB
GOING ( 6 5)
(going.) 1 251 22d POLI
UGO. I’m going to cut — 1 251 92 POLI
I’m going Jacinta. 1 251 94Ax POLI
(going and holding v.R the tewels.) 1 252 28d POLI
SAN OZZO. He’s right again. My lord, I’m going home, 1 255 58 POLI
Going.) 1 271 16d POLI
GOLD ( 10 7)
Of the truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11 BOWERS
Of truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11A BOWERS
In its autumn tint of gold — 1 146 16 ALONE
Here, where the mimic eagle glared in gold, 1 228 18 COLIS
Of taffeta — sixteen of gold brocade — 1 277 51 POLI
Here where the mimic eagle glared in gold 1 286 23 POLI
Was once the locust’s coat of gold, 1 301 4 PARO
To a gold throne 1 336 58 LENA
From grief and moan to a gold throne 1 337 26C LENK
Of the vapor and gold 1 349 11AYZ EULA
GOLDEN ( 33 23)
Her world lay lolling on the golden air, 1 100 17 ALAAR
The fairy light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58 ALAAR
The brilliant light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58F ALAAR
Light, brazen rays, this golden star unto! 1 114 240 ALAAR
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
Exhales from out her golden rim, I 187 4 IRENE2
Down within the golden east — 1 191 4 NISA
And golden sands proclaim the hour 1 224 15 SLEEP
Here where on golden throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1FK COLIS
Here, where on golden throne the monarch lolled, 1 228 22 COLIS
Here, where on golden throne the monarch loll’d, I 228 22ACGH COLIS
Here, where on golden couch the monarch lolled, 1 228 22D COLIS
“Bore a bright golden flower, but not i’ this soil!” 1 260 6 POLI
The sands of Time are changed to golden grains, 1 269 41 POLI
A thousand leagues within the golden west? 1 274 68 POLI
Here where on golden throne the monarch lolled 1 286 29 POLI
Behold the golden token 1 308 35 BRIDA
Behold the golden token 1 309 26 BRIDF
Banners yellow, glorious, golden, 1 315 9 HAUNT
AH, broken is the golden bowl! 1 334 1 LENA
Ah, broken is the golden bowl! — 1 336 1 LENK
From moan and groan to a golden throne 1 337 22 LENK
From grief and moan to a golden throne 1 337 22H LENK
From grief and groan to a golden throne 1 337 22J LENK
From moan and groan to a golden throne 1 337 26DE LENK
From grief and groan to a golden throne 1 337 26FCL LENK
This standing motionless upon the golden 1 407 26 MARA
This standing motionless upon the golden 1 408 21 MARB
Golden bells! 1 435 16 BELLSEG
From the molten-golden notes 1 435 20 BELLSEG
Grains of the golden sand — 1 452 15 TAKE
GOMORRAH ( 3 1)
Of beautiful Gomorrah! O, the wave 1 107 38 ALAAR
Of beautiful Gomorrah! — oh! the wave 1 107 385 ALAAR
Too beautiful Gomorrah! O, the wave 1 107 38EJ ALAAR
GONE ( 42 40)
The earth reel — and the vision gone? 1 29 97 TAMA
When, a few fleeting years gone by, 1 35 268 TAMA
Wither’d and blasted; who had gone 1 35 276 TAMA
The earth reel, & the vision gone? 1 41 97 TAMB
Is it, therefore, the less gone? 1 53 242 TAMF
And my worldly rest hath gone 1 75 17 IMIT
Is it therefore the less gone? — 1 131 16 SHOULD
Is it the less gone? — 1 131 16A SHOULD
Gone are the glory and the gloom — 1 158 47 INTRO
Having gone unto the wars — 1 192 19 NISA
They had gone unto the wars, 1 195 3 NISE
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 199 5 CITYA
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 201 5 CITYH
But she is gone above, 1 206 21 PAEAN
“Not all our power is gone — not all our fame — 1 229 40 COLIS
UGO. Oh! is that you Benito (hiccup) are they gone? 1 248 1 POLI
But are the bottles empty? — then they’re gone. 1 248 3 POLI
He’s gone, I’m sure of that — pretty far gone. 1 248 7 POLI
UGO. Is the bravo gone? 1 248 8 POLI
Is it so late? is it all gone? very well! 1 250 72 POLI
I’m gone Jacinta. 1 251 94 POLI
Is certainly gone mad! 1 252 116 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Get you gone 1 255 63 POLI
Thou art not gone — thou art not pope, Politian! 1 275 91 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
To say thou art not gone, — one little sentence, 1 275 96 POLI
My womanly weakness. Ha! ha! thou ALI not gone — 1 275 98 POLI
Villain, thou art not gone — thou mockest me! 1 275 101 POLI
He is gone, he is gone — 1 275 102 POLI
Gone — gone. Where am I? —— 1 275 103 POLI
And then if he’s not gone in half a moment 1 278 80 POLI
Poor soul he’s gone! But now I think of it 1 284 78 POLI
Not all our power is gone — not all our Fame 1 287 47 POLI
Hath “gone before” 1 335 33 LENA
The sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15 LENK
She — sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15C LENK
They would not go — they never yet have gone. 1 446 52 TOHEL
Is it therefore the less gone? 1 452 9 TAKE
GOOD ( 23 22)
The “good old times” were far the worst of any, 1 9 6 TEMP
(It boots me not, good friar, to tell 1 38 349 TAMA
The good, the bad, the ideal, 1 49 143 TAMF
From ev’ry depth of good and ill 1 146 11 ALONE
And the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4 CITYA
Where the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4B CITYA
Where the good and the bad and the worst and the best 1 201 4 CITYH
In joy and wo — in good and ill — 1 217 3 HYMN
BENITO. I have no doubt, good Ugo, that you lied 1 248 15 POLI
BENITO. I say, good Rupert! 1 249 20 POLI
My master in this matter? very good (hiccup) wine! 1 250 63 POLI
Good day! — I crave your patronage however 1 255 60 POLI
LALAGE. Wilt thou, my good Jacinta, be so kind 1 261 28 POLI
How fares good Ugo? — and when is it to be? 1 262 43 POLI
Shall be attended to. Good night, Politian. 1 271 114 POLI
POLITIAN. Good night, my friend, good night. 1 271 115 POLI
Thro’ good and ill — thro’ weal and wo I love thee. 1 272 15 POLI
“You good-for-nothing, idle, lazy scoundrel! 1 278 75 POLI
It’s he, by all that’s good, it is himself! 1 278 82 POLI
What answer was it you brought me, good Baldazzar? 1 279 14 POLI
UGO. Good God! that’s true! 1 285 121 POLI
By good angels tenanted, 1 315 2 HAUNT
GOOD-FOR-NOTHING ( 1 1)
“You good-for-nothing, idle, lazy scoundrel! 1 278 75 POLI
GOODLY ( 4 4)
Were incense — then a goodly gift — 1 30 115 TAMA
Were incense — then a goodly gift — 1 49 118 TAMF
Were incense — then a goodly gift, 1 56 91 TAMH
He was a goodly spirit — he who fell: 1 112 182 ALAAR
GOODS ( 1 1)
And with my worldly goods and wit 1 147 3 LEA
GORDIAN ( 2 2)
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 389 10 VALA
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 390 10 VALG
GORE ( 2 2)
Red gallons of gore 1 219 11 LATIN
In human gore imbued. 1 326 32 WORM
GORGEOUS ( 7 5)
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthen’d air, 1 106 12 ALAAR
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthened air, 1 106 128 ALAAR
I left her gorgeous halls — nor mourn’d to leave. 1 113 201 ALAAR
I left her gorgeous halls — nor mourun’d to leave. 1 113 201E ALAAR
There the gorgeous clouds do fly, 1 192 38 NISA
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 407 28 MARA
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 408 23 MARB
GOT ( 1 1)
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
GOVERNS ( 1 1)
To check the power that governs here. 1 384 8 KING
GRACE ( 8 7)
Is grace to its heav’nly bed of blue; 1 37 321 TAMA
But two: they fell: for Heaven no grace imparts 1 112 176 ALAAR
Thy grace did guide to thine and thee; 1 217 8 HYMN
Thy grace, thy more than beauty, 1 235 6 THOUF
Thy virtue, grace, and beauty, 1 235 6D THOUJ
To Rome — his Grace the Duke of Broglio. 1 266 48 POLI
So please you for your Grace. 1 266 52 POLI
Will hand them to your Grace. I would retire. 1 267 64 POLI
GRACES ( 2 2)
Worth serving indeed — oh she has airs and graces 1 278 59 POLI
Newly with grass o’ergrown; some solemn graces, 1 322 7 SILE
GRAINS ( 2 2)
The sands of Time are changed to golden grains, 1 269 41 POLI
Grains of the golden sand — 1 452 15 TAKE
GRAND ( 9 8)
(As in the desert, where the grand, 1 34 253 TAMA
Not so in deserts where the grand 1 44 254 TAMB
Not so in deserts where the grand, 1 50 174 TAMF
Not so in deserts where the grand — 1 58 162 TAMH
Of her grand family funerals — 1 188 53 IRENE2
All of the grand, and the colossal left 1 229 31E COLIS
Satins and jewels grand, 1 307 3 BRIDA
Satins and jewels grand 1 308 3 BRIDF
Satins and jewels grand, 1 308 27 BRIDA
GRANDEUR ( 9 7)
In dusky grandeur to my eyes: 1 38 363 TAMA
I wrapp’d myself in grandeur then 1 50 167 TAMF
I wrapp’d myself in grandeur then 1 58 155 TAMH
And the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10 HELF
And the grandeur of old Rome. 1 166 10AB HELF
To the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10C HELF
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom, and glory! 1 228 9 COLIS
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom and glory! 1 286 10 POLI
The grandeur of a guileless soul, 1 386 21 FSO
GRANITE ( 2 1)
“As from the granite Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36B COLIS
As from the granite Memnon to the sun. 1 287 43 POLI
GRANT ( 1 1)
You do not see it all. Heaven grant me patience! 1 252 108 POLI
GRANTED ( 1 1)
She grants to us, as granted by her God — 1 114 250 ALAAR
GRANTS ( 1 1)
She grants to us, as granted by her God — 1 114 250 ALAAR
GRASP ( 2 1)
O God! can I not grasp 1 452 19 TAKE
Oh, God! can I not grasp 1 452 19A TAKE
GRASS ( 11 9)
No more — like dew-drop from the grass 1 72 21B SPIRD
No more — like dew-drop from the grass. 1 72 22 SPIRD
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
The Elfin from the green grass, and from me 1 91 13 SCI
The Elfin from the grass? — the dainty fax., 1 91 13F SCI
From the growing of grass 1 110 125 ALAAR
Nor that the grass — 0! may it thrive! 1 137 17 TOMB
And over the wet grass rippled away 1 162 28 FAIRY2
And there, from the untrodden grass, 1 184 51 IRENE1
There the reedy grass doth wave 1 192 31 NISA
Newly with grass o’ergrown; some solemn graces, 1 322 7 SILE
GRATITUDE ( 1 1)
Of all who owe thee most — whose gratitude 1 400 13 MLS
GRAVE ( 14 13)
Lord! to be grave exceeds the power of face. 1 11 64 TEMP
And in its gulf a fitting grave 1 85 18 LAKEA
And in its gulf a fitting grave 1 86 19 LAKEF
And in its depth a fitting grave 1 86 19E LAKEF
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
On my grave is growing or grown — 1 137 18 TOMB
The rosemary sleeps upon the grave — 1 183 16 IRENE1
The rosemary nods upon the grave; 1 187 9 IRENE2
Over the old forgotten grave — 1 192 32 NISA
All banner-like, above a grave. 1 193 44 NISB
And weep above a nameless grave! 1 196 23 NISE
Whispers of early grave untimely yawning 1 263 69 POLI
Set off too in such full relief by the grave 1 266 37 POLI
By the grave and stern decorum 1 366 44 RAVEN
GRAVES ( 2 2)
There open temples — open graves 1 200 31 CITYA
There open Panes and gaping graves 1 202 30 CITYH
GRAVITY ( 2 1)
Was gravity itself. 1 266 39 POLI
Was gravity himself. 1 266 39Ax POLI
GRAY ( 3 3)
’Mid dark thoughts of the gray tomb-stone — 1 72 2 SPIRD
These stones — alas! these gray stones — 1 229 30 COLIS
Pale as a lily was Emily Gray. 1 393 22 MODC
GREAT ( 6 4)
That any should become “great,” born 1 34 259 TAMA
To God, and to the great whole — 1 36 310 TAMA
John Locke was a very great name; 1 151 5C LOCKE
All of the great, and the colossal left 1 229 31A-D COLIS
Of Leicester in Great Britain, this his friend 1 266 50 POLI
All of the great and the colossal left 1 287 38 POLI
GREATER ( 1 1)
Joe Locke is a greater; in short, 1 151 6 LOCKE
GREATLY ( 2 2)
Be still! — the voice, if I mistake not greatly, 1 269 61 POLI
(greatly softened.) 1 282 3d POLI
GREECE ( 2 1)
To the glory that was Greece, 1 166 9 HELF
To the beauty of fair Greece, 1 166 9AB HELF


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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)