Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (GREEK through HATED),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 235-245 (This material is protected by copyright)


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GREEK ( 2 2)
Called — I forget the heathenish Greek name — 1 148 14 ELIZA
(VIII. Lines to show that “a truly Greek hexameter” 1 393 23 MODC
GREEN ( 5 5)
The Elfin from the green grass, and from me 1 91 13 SCI
The dimness of this world: that greyish green 1 106 29 ALAAR
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 128 3 ROMG
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 156 3 INTRO
A green isle in the sea, love, 1 214 3 PARA
GREENER ( 1 1)
And greener fields than in yon world above, 1 114 229 ALAAR
GREENEST ( 1 1)
In the greenest of our valleys 1 315 1 HAUNT
GREENWOOD ( 1 0)
The Elfin from the greenwood, and from me 1 91 13BC SCI
GREW ( 11 11)
We grew in age, and love together, 1 30 120 TAMA
We grew in age and love together, 1 49 123 TAMF
We grew in age — and love — together — 1 56 96 TAMH
Perhaps my brain grew dizzy — but the world 1 114 233 ALAAR
Then grew paler as it fell 1 192 25 NISA
But she grew in feeble health, 1 206 11 PAEAN
Presently my soul grew stronger; 1 365 19 RAVEN
Then, methought, the air grew denser, 1 368 79 RAVEN
Then my heart it grew ashen and sober 1 418 82 ULA
Roses that grew in an enchanted garden, 1 445 9 TOHEL
But he grew old — 1 463 7 ELDOR
GREY ( 14 8)
Witness the murmur of the grey twilight 1 107 41 ALAAR
But, Angelo, than thine grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251 ALAAR
But, truly, Angelo, grey Time unfurl’d 1 114 251A ALAAR
The black hath mellow’d into grey, 1 158 48 INTRO
Grey towers are mouldering into rest, 1 183 11 IRENE1
Grey towers are mouldering into rest; 1 187 12D IRENE2
Through the grey chambers to my song, 1 206 28.3A PAEAN
Are where thy grey eye glances, 1 215 23 PARA
Lone amphitheatre! Grey Coliseum! 1 228 .1A 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
In years, but grey in reputation. I have not seen him, 1 259 47Ax POLI
These stones, alas! these grey stones are they all 1 287 37 POLI
By the grey woods, — by the swamp 1 344 27 ROUTE
GREYBEARD ( 2 2)
Why not an imp the greybeard hath, 1 158 63 INTRO
And even the greybeard will o’erlook 1 158 65 INTRO
GREYISH ( 1 1)
The dimness of this world: that greyish green 1 106 29 ALAAR
GRIEF ( 13 8)
And blossom of the fairy plant, in grief 1 101 61 ALAAR
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her head, 1 101 62 ALAAR
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her he, 1 101 62E ALAAR
While yet my vapid joy and grief 1 158 61 INTRO
Thou! thy truest type of grief 1 160 26 MYST
Thy grief — if any — thy love 1 174 31 ISRA
Thy grief, thy joy, thy hate, thy love, 1 176 37 ISRG
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
From grief and moan 1 336 57 LENA
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 grief and moan to a gold throne 1 337 26C LENK
From grief and groan to a golden throne 1 337 26FGL LENK
GRIEVE ( 4 4)
I should so grieve about this little matter 1 255 67 POLI
To grieve thee or to vex thee? — I am sorry. 1 261 37 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Politian, it doth grieve me 1 268 6 POLI
POLITIAN. Baldazzar, it does grieve me 1 268 7 POLI
GRIEVES ( 1 1)
Thy presence grieves me — go! — thy priestly raiment 1 263 80 POLI
GRIEVOUSLY ( 1 1)
Am I not — am I not sorely —grievously tempted 1 282 83 POLI
GRIM ( 5 5)
Whether with grim Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13 TEMP
Like the grim shadow Conscience, solemn and noiseless. 1 274 56 POLI
What say of it? what say of CONSCIENCE grim, 1 320 1 MOTTO
Ghastly grim and ancient Raven 1 366 46 RAVEN
What this grim, ungainly, ghastly, 1 367 71 RAVEN
GRIMACE ( 1 1)
But speak to him, he’ll make you such grimace, 1 11 63 TEMP
GRIN ( 1 1)
The page of life and grin at the dog-ears, 1 10 17 TEMP
GROAN ( 6 3)
From moan and groan to a golden throne 1 337 22 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 26FGL LENK
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
Is a groan. 1 437 78 BELLSEG
GROAN’D ( 1 0)
It was the dead who groan’d within. 1 188 60E IRENE2
GROANED ( 1 1)
It was the dead who groaned within. 1 188 60 IRENE2
GROANING ( 3 2)
To the moaning and the groaning of the bells. 1 438 112 BELLSEG
The moaning and groaning, 1 456 19 ANNIE
The moaning and groaning, 1 456 25AB ANNIE
GROUND ( S 4)
Thy memory no more! Accursed ground 1 311 11 ZANTE
Thy memory no more! Accursed ground 1 311 11A-F ZANTE
Feet under ground — 1 457 42 ANNIE
Down under ground. 1 457 44 ANNIE
No spot of ground 1 463 11 ELDOR
GROVE ( 3 3)
Else how when in the holy grove, 1 52 226 TAMF
Else how, when in the holy grove 1 60 231 TAMH
In many a star-lit grove, or moon-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
GROW ( 2 2)
Whose failing sight will grow dim 1 36 316 TAMA
The sands of Time grow dimmer as they run, 1 105 140 ALAAR
GROWING ( 6 6)
Till growing bold, he laugh’d and leapt 1 53 237 TAMF
Till growing bold, he laughed and leapt 1 61 242 TAMH
From the growing of grass 1 110 125 ALAAR
On my grave is growing or grown — 1 137 18 TOMB
That my voice is growing weak — 1 206 15 PAEAN
BALDAZZAR. The hour is growing late — 1 271 88 POLI
GROWL ( 2 2)
But, taking one by each hand, merely growl. 1 10 28 TEMP
Ah growl, say you, my friend, and pray at what? 1 10 29 TEMP
GROWN ( 5 3)
On my grave is growing or grown — 1 137 18 TOMB
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
GROWN-UP ( 2 1)
Where Love’s a grown-up God — 1 176 25 ISRG
And Love’s a grown-up God — 1 176 25DE ISRG
GROWS ( 6 4)
Grows dim around me — death is near. 1 27 16 TAMA
Bow’d down with its own glory grows. 1 52 216 TAMF
(Drear path, alas! where grows 1 237 3 TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 3A TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 14.3BC TOF
POLITIAN. This weakness grows upon me. I am faint, 1 279 1 POLI
GUARD ( 2 2)
Fairies guard the Queen of May, 1 302 1 MAY
These should be thine, to guard and shield, 1 386 25 FSO
GUESSING ( 3 2)
And lest the guessing throw the fool in fits, 1 12 91 TEMP
This I sat engaged in guessing, 1 367 73 RAVEN
Thus I sat engaged in guessing, 1 367 73HU RAVEN
GUIDE ( 6 5)
Of Beauty, which did guide it, through 1 33 211 TAMA
Of Beauty, which did guide it thro’ 1 42 211 TAMB
Thy grace did guide, to thins and thee; 1 217 8 HYMN
Thy love did guide to thine and thee; 1 217 8A-D HYMN
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. C. . A 1 403 8 PHYS
That cannot but guide us aright 1 418 70 ULA
GUIDING ( 1 1)
A lonely spirit guiding. 1 79 12 ADRE
GUILELESS ( 1 1)
The grandeur of a guileless soul, 1 386 21 FSO
GUILT ( 1 1)
Lest the stars totter in the guilt of man!” 1 105 150 ALAAR
GUILTY ( 2 2)
Like guilty beauty, chasten’d, and more fair: 1 101 65 ALAAR
What guilty spirit, in what shrubbery dim, 1 112 174 ALAAR
GUISE ( 5 5)
But mystically, in such guise, 1 33 225 TAMA
Ere, in a peasant’s lowly guise, 1 38 360 TAMA
But mystically, in such guise, 1 43 225 TAMB
But mystically, in such guise 1 50 158 TAMF
But mystically — in such guise 1 58 146 TAMH
GUITAR ( 1 1)
Who play’d on the guitar! most excellent wine! 1 250 66 POLI
GULF ( 3 3)
And in its gulf a fitting grave 1 85 18 LAKEA
And in its gulf a fitting grave 1 86 19 LAKEF
(Dim gulf!) my spirit hovering lies 1 214 12 PARA
GULISTAN C 1 1)
With Persian Saadi in his Gulistan: 1 113 209 ALAAR
GURGLED C 4 4)
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 28 66 TAMA
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 40 66 TAMB
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 47 65 TAMF
Gurgled within my ear the crush 1 SS 61 TAMH
GUSH C 2 1)
What a gush of euphony voluminously wells! 1 436 26 BELLSEG
What a gush of euphony voluminously wells! 1 436 26A-HJ BELLSEG
GUSH’D C 2 2)
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 33 220 TAMA
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 43 220 TAMB
GUSHING ( 3 2)
Fountains were gushing music as they fell 1 108 62 ALAAR
Are gushing — strange! with tears — 1 136 10 TOMB
Be gushing, oh! with tears 1 136 10A TOMB
GUY ( 2 2)
And, Guy de Vere, 1 335 9 LENA
And, Guy De Vere, hast thou no tear? 1 336 3 LENK
HA ( 51 51)
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — a most superlative joke! 1 253 2 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — Oh, I shall die of laughing! 1 253 4 POLI
Not you! — ha! ha! ha! ha! — I’ll die, I’ll die! 1 253 7 POLI
Ha! ha! you understand? 1 254 31 POLI
You merry devil! ha! ha! he makes me laugh I 255 64 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! too bad upon my soul! 1 257 111 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — Ugo send word to the Count 1 257 115 POLI
With him and the buffo-singer. Ha! ha! ha! 1 257 120 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! I can’t be angry with him! 1 257 122 POLI
Ha! here at least’s a friend — too much a friend 1 262 59 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! ha! — now did I? 1 265 19 POLI
Having just arrived in Rome. Ha! ha! he is altered! 1 265 31 POLI
DUKE. Ah — ha! most welcome 1 266 52 POLI
What need we more? Ha! glory! — now speak not of it! 1 273 35 POLI
My womanly weakness. Ha! ha! thou, art not gone — 1 275 98 POLI
Having given thee no offence. Ha! — am I right? 1 281 55 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — draw? — and villain? 1 281 58 POLI
Didst say thou darest not? Ha! 1 281 66 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — coward! — this may not be! 1 281 71 POLI
The matter possible. Ha! ha! I have it! 1 283 63 POLI
Unto the Count — ha! — do you take me Sir! 1 284 103 POLI
And all that sort of thing — ha! ha! ha! ha! 1 285 135 POLI
HABILIMENTS ( 1 0)
To thy habiliments — they are over plain 1 258 24A2x POLI
HABITS ( 1 1)
His low debaucheries — his gambling habits 1 249 40 POLI
HADES ( 1 0)
All Hades from a thousand thrones 1 200 558 CITYA
HAD’ST ( 1 1)
But that in heav’n thou had’st thy birth, 1 224 11 SLEEP
HAGGARD ( 2 1)
Thy looks are haggard — nothing so wears away 1 258 15 POLI
And the seraphs, all haggard and wan, 1 326 37A WORM
HAIL ( 1 1)
Of all who hail thy presence as the morning — 1 400 1 MLS
HAIR ( 21 15)
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 46 44 TAMF
In the tangles of Love’s very hair? 1 53 238 TAMF
Have nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40 TAMH
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40CE TAMH
In the tangles of Love’s very hair? 1 61 243 TAMH
In the tangles of Love’s brilliant hair? 1 61 243E TAMH
Like woman’s hair ’mid pearls, until, afar, 1 100 33 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
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
Thy hair is lifted by the moon 1 161 7 FAIRY2
Thy hyacinth hair, thy classic face, 1 166 7 HELF
And the life upon her hair. 1 206 28A PAEAN
Here, where the dames of Rome their gilded hair 1 228 20 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 228 20A-D COLIS
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
Upon her hair, 1 336 42 LENA
The life upon her yellow hair, but not within her eyes — 1 337 18 LENK
The life upon her yellow hair, but not upon her eyes — 1 337 18C LENK
The life still there upon her hair, 1 337 19 LENK
HAIRED ( 1 1)
Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie 1 349 5 EULA
HALF ( 27 22)
Would seem to my half closing eye 1 28 51 TAMA
Laughing at her half silly wiles, 1 30 129 TAMA
Of half the world, as all my own, 1 33 206 TAMA
Of half the world as all my own 1 42 206 TAMB
Appear’d to my half-closing eye 1 46 50 TAMF
Appeared to my half-closing eye 1 55 46 TAMH
Seem’d then to my half-closing eye 1 55 46E TAMH
Of half the world as all my own, 1 57 131 TAMH
But I will half believe that wild light fraught 1 77 11 STAN
With half closing eyes, 1 108 73 ALAAR
One half the garden of her globe was flung 1 113 222 ALAAR
And half I wish’d to be again of men.” 1 113 226 ALAAR
And half I wished to be again of men.” 1 113 226E ALAAR
My heart half fear’d to be a crime 1 157 44 INTRO
He would not sing one half as well — 1 175 41 ISRA
One half as passionately, 1 175 42 ISRA
He might not sing one half so well 1 177 48C ISRG
One half so passionately, 1 177 49C ISRG
I feel it more than half a crime 1 222 2 SERE
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
And then if he’s not gone in half a moment 1 278 80 POLI
Over fabric half so fair! 1 315 8 HAUNT
“Half an idea in the profoundest sonnet. 1 425 2 DUNCE
I saw thee half reclining; while the moon 1 445 18 TOHEL
I see thee half reclining; while the moon 1 445 18B TOHEL
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 478 21 LEEA
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 479 21 LEEE
HALF-CLOSING ( 3 2)
Appear’d to my half-closing eye 1 46 50 TAMF
Appeared to my half-closing eye 1 55 46 TAMH
Seem’d then to my half-closing eye 1 55 46E TAMH
HALIDOM ( 1 1)
POLITIAN. Now by my halidom 1 281 69 POLI
HALL ( 8 7)
Within the centre of that hall to breathe 1 108 56 ALAAR
Within the centre of this hall to breathe 1 108 56F ALAAR
On th’ Arabesque carving of a gilded hall 1 113 204 ALAAR
“For strangely — fearfully in this hall 1 184 39 IRENE1
Down in the hall, Sir, — you’re to have your choice 1 256 101 POLI
ROME. — A Hall in a Palace. ALESSANDRA and CASTIGLIONE. 1 257 16d POLI
Thy presence is expected in the hall 1 271 89 POLI
[The Hall of Di Broglio’s Palace. UGO and SAN OZZO.] 1 282 30d POLI
HALLOW’D ( 4 3)
The hallow’d mem’ry of those years 1 31 136 TAMA
And hallow’d all the beauty twice again, 1 106 25 ALAAR
Amid its hallow’d mirth, 1 336 51 LENA
amid its hallow’d mirth 1 337 22G LENK
HALLOWED ( 3 2)
To join the all-hallowed mirth 1 207 35 PAEAN
amid its hallowed mirth 1 337 22C-FL LENK
amid its hallowed mirth 1 337 23 LENK
HALLS ( 9 7)
And Nesace is in her halls again. 1 107 51 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
Over hamlets, over halls, 1 140 20 FAIRY1
Over hamlets, and rich halls, 1 140 20CP FAIRY1
Drowsily over halls — 1 162 59 FAIRY2
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 200 26 CITYA
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 201 17 CITYH
How, in thy father’s halls, among the maidens 1 272 24 POLI
HALO ( 2 2)
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 45 19 TAMF
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 54 19 TAMH
HAMADRYAD ( 2 1)
And driven the Hamadryad from the wood 1 91 10 SCI
And driv’n the Hamadryad from the wood 1 91 10ADE SCI
HAMLETS ( 3 2)
Embrac’d two hamlets — those our own — 1 33 222 TAMA
Over hamlets, over halls, 1 140 20 FAIRY1
Over hamlets, and rich halls, 1 140 20CF FAIRY1
HAND ( 33 29)
But, taking one by each hand, merely growl. 1 10 28 TEMP
The pretty little hand that sold her tape, 1 11 56 TEMP
Her own fair hand had rear’d around, 1 33 219 TAMA
Above all cities? in her hand 1 37 329 TAMA
Her magic hand had rear’d around 1 43 219 TAMB
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 44 253 TAMB
Above all cities? in her hand 1 44 329 TAMB
And crouches to a keeper’s hand, 1 50 173 TAMF
And I held within my hand 1 53 245 TAMF
And crouches to a keeper’s hand — 1 58 161 TAMH
Above all cities? in her hand 1 59 167 TAMH
And I hold within my hand 1 131 19 SHOULD
And I held within my hand 1 131 19D SHOULD
The agate lamp within thy hand! 1 166 13 HELF
The folded scroll within thy hand! 1 166 13ABC HELF
The agate book within thy hand! 1 166 13G HELF
The hand that traced inexorable rage; 1 221 2 ENIGMA
(places her hand on his shoulder) 1 258 30d POLI
Your hand from off my shoulder, if you please. 1 258 36 POLI
on/ which lie some books and a hand mirror. 1 260 5/ 6d POLI
Will hand them toyour Grace. I would retire. 1 267 64 POLI
To die ere I have lived! — Stay — stay thy hand, 1 279 3 POLI
Hold off — thy sacred hand! — avaunt I say! 1 281 62 POLI
Hold off — hold off thy hand! — avaunt I say! 1 281 62B POLI
Hold off thy hand — with that beloved name 1 281 67 POLI
For in the fight I will not raise a hand 1 282 79 POLI
Lend me your hand, Sir, do! 1 285 122 POLI
The ring is on my hand, 1 307 1 BRIDA
The ring is on my hand, 1 308 1 BRIDF
Lo! the ring is on my hand, 1 308 25 BRIDA
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand. 1 407 17 MARB
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand — 1 407 22 MARA
And I hold within my hand 1 452 14 TAKE
HANDLED ( 1 1)
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high.) 1 264 13d POLI
HANDS ( 4 4)
Continually in her chamber with clasped hands 1 249 48 POLI
(he hands her his own.) 1 264 5d POLI
upon one/ of her hands, which is ungloved. 1 276 3/ 4d POLI
Keeps your cash in your hands, 1 378 6 WALL
HANG ( 4 3)
So eagerly around about to hang 1 101 45 ALAAR
But hang on the heart. 1 109 99CE ALAAR
“Not all the memories that hang upon 1 229 44 COLIS
Not all the memories that hang upon 1 287 51 POLI
HANGING ( 1 1)
and looks at a watch hanging ily her side,) 1 276 Sd POLI
HANGS ( 8 6)
How it hangs upon the trees, 1 73 27 SPIRD
To a fervor by the moon beam that hangs o’er, 1 77 10 STAN
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her head, 1 101 62 ALAAR
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her he, 1 101 62E ALAAR
To the lone oak that nodding hangs, 1 183 208C IRENE1
Which hangs like chains of pearls on Hermon hill.” 1 261 34 POLI
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” 1 406 10 MARA
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” — 1 407 10 MARB
HAPLESS ( 4 4)
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 29 78 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour 1 40 78 TAMB
My passions from that hapless hour 1 47 69 TAMF
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 55 65 TAMH
HAPLY ( 3 3)
Thus, haply, while in sleep she dream’d 1 36 293 TAMA
As in a leader, haply — Power 1 37 344 TAMA
As in a leader, haply; Power 1 45 344 TAMB
HAPPIER ( 7 5)
To seek a shelter in some happier star? 1 91 11 SCI
To seek for shelter in some happier star? 1 91 11BC SCI
Are happier, sweet, than I — 1 136 6 TOMB
Are happier, sweet, than I, 1 137 6 TOMD
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
HAPPIEST ( 7 7)
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 1 HAPP
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 13 HAPP
Now happiest, loveliest in yon lovely Earth, 1 100 30 ALAAR
Oh, I’m the happiest, happiest man in Rome! 1 257 2 POLI
HAPPILY ( 2 1)
And so it lies happily, 1 458 67 ANNIE
And so I lie happily, 1 458 67A ANNIE
HAPPINESS ( 7 6)
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 3 SONG
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 15 SONG
Thy happiness! — what ails thee, cousin of mine? 1 257 6 POLI
Is Happiness now, and will be Freedom hereafter 1 274 73 POLI
Of archangels, in happiness wrapt. 1 304 3 HARK
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17 BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17A-HJ BELLSEG
HAPPY ( 34 31)
And happy beauty (for to me 1 32 161 TAMA
Peacefully happy — yet alone — 1 33 223 TAMA
And happy beauty — (for to me 1 41 161 TAMB
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
I have been happy — and I love the theme — 1 69 28 DREA
To happy flowers that night — and tree to tree; 1 108 61 ALAAR
And Death to some more happy clime 1 200 57 CITYA
Oh! I am very happy! — sad? — not I 1 257 2.1A POLI
Will make thee mine. Oh, I am very happy! 1 257 4 POLI
When I am very happy. Did I sigh? 1 257 10 POLI
O happy land! She died! — the maiden died! 1 260 12 POLI
O still more happy maiden who couldst die! 1 260 13 POLI
Said “I am most superlatively happy 1 277 42 POLI
And I am happy now! 1 307 6 BRIDA
And who is happy now! 1 307 12 BRIDA
“O, I am happy now!” 1 307 18 BRIDA
And I am happy now. 1 308 5 BRIDF
If I am not happy now! 1 308 24 BRIDA
And I must be happy now! 1 308 30 BRIDA
That droves me happy now! 1 308 36 BRIDA
May not be happy now! 1 308 42 BRIDA
And who is happy now. 1 309 12 BRIDF
“Oh, I am happy now!” 1 309 19 BRIDF
That I am happy now! — 1 309 25 BRIDF
That proves me happy now! 1 309 27 BRIDF
May not be happy now. 1 309 33 BRIDF
Wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17 HAUNT
All wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17A HAUNT
Thine should be length of happy days, 1 385 5 FSO
In a happy Runic rhyme, 1 438 106 BELLSEG
The happy flowers and the repining trees, 1 446 33 TOHEL
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 478 21 LEEA
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 479 21 LEEE
HARD ( 2 2)
BENITO. Faith that’s a question, Ugo, hard to answer, 1 248 2 POLI
It was hard by the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 6 ULA
HARDLY ( 3 2)
Of those, who hardly will conceive 1 34 258 TAMA
I hardly have had time for cares 1 128 14ABJ ROMG
I hardly know myself. Stay! was it not 1 264 2 POLI
HARK ( 3 2)
And hark! the sounds so low yet clear, 1 185 25.18C IRENE1
Hark, echo! — Hark, echo! 1 304 1 HARK
HARKEN ( 2 2)
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 52 204 TAMF
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 60 198 TAMH
HARK’N ( 1 1)
To those whose spirits hark’n) as one 1 38 373 TAMA
HARM ( 2 2)
To keep me from harm — 1 458 82 ANNIE
To shield me from harm. 1 458 84 ANNIE
HARMONY ( 4 3)
On the harmony there? 1 109 111 ALAAR
The prince of harmony and starling sense, 1 222 9 ENIGMA
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17 BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17A-HJ BELLSEG
HAPP ( 1 1)
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
HARPER ( 2 2)
Than even the seraph harper, Israfel, 1 406 14 MARA
Than even the seraph harper, Israfel, 1 407 14 MARB
HARP-STRING ( 1 1)
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
HARSHEST ( 1 1)
Whose harshest idea 1 109 102 ALAAR
HAST ( 19 17)
The venom thou hast pour’d on me — 1 81 11 HAPP
Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car? 1 91 9 SCI
Hast thou not dragg’d Diana from her car? 1 91 9A-E SCI
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
Hast thou not torn the Naiad from her flood, 1 91 12 SCI
Thou hest bound many eyes 1 110 116 ALAAR
Thou hest not seen my brow, 1 131 28 SHOULD
Oh, lady dear, hast thou no fear? 1 187 30 IRENE2
Maria! thou hest heard my hymn! 1 217 2 HYMN
ALESSANDRA. Methinks thou hast a singular way of showing 1 257 5 POLI
For thou hast served me long and ever been 1 261 38 POLI
Thou hast not spoken lately of thy wedding. 1 262 42 POLI
Whom thou hast cherished to sting thee to the soul! 1 262 58 POLI
Thou hast no end to gain — no heart to break — 1 263 71 POLI
MONK. Refuge thou hest, 1 263 73 POLI
Hast thou a crucifix fit for this thing? 1 264 97 POLI
Hath without doubt arisen: thou hast been urged 1 280 49 POLI
Hast thou .no tear? 1 335 10 LENA
And, Guy De Vere, hast thou no tear? 1 336 3 LENK
HASTE ( 1 1)
From the wild energy of wanton haste 1 108 52 ALAAR
HASTEN ( 2 1)
Ah, hasten! — ah, let us not linger! 1 417 54 ULA
Oh, hasten! — oh, let us not linger! 1 417 54A-DFG ULA
HAT ( 1 1)
[Took) off his hat, and, making a low bow, 1 277 41 POLI
HATE ( 7 7)
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 38 370 TAMA
That soul will hate the evening mist, 1 52 201 TAMF
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 59 195 TAMH
Thy grief, thy joy, thy hate, thy love, 1 176 37 ISRG
I hate — I loathe the name; I do abhor 1 273 31 POLI
To say how thou dost scorn — how thou dost hate 1 275 97 POLI
I hate all humble people! — and then she talked 1 277 32 POLI
HATED ( 6 5)
That hated portion, with the fame, 1 27 25 TAMA
And they hated her for her pride — 1 206 10 PAEAN
And hated her for her pride, 1 335 21 LENA
and ye hated her for her pride; 1 336 8 LENK
and hated her for her pride; 1 336 8D-L LENK
No footstep stirred: the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL


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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)