Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (HEIRS through HOUSE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 256-267 (This material is protected by copyright)


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HEIRS ( 1 1)
By rivals loved, and mourned by heirs. 1 386 8 FSO
HELD ( 9 8)
Philosophers have often held dispute 1 11 73 TEMP
And I have held to mem’ry’s eye 1 29 98 TAMA
I held no doubt — I knew no fear 1 34 241 TAMA
Awake, that I had held a thought 1 36 295 TAMA
So have I held to Memory’s eye 1 41 98 TAMB
I held no doubt, I knew no fear 1 43 241 TAMB
And I held within my hand 1 53 245 TAMF
In secret communing held — as he with it, 1 77 2 STAN
And I held within my hand 1 131 19D SHOULD
HELEN ( 4 4)
Helen, thy beauty is to me 1 165 1 HELF
Helen, like thy human eye 1 192 29 NISA
And Helen, like thy human eye, 1 193 41 NISB
Helen, thy soul is riven, 1 206 34 PAEAN
HELL ( 16 14)
Not Hell shall make me fear again. 1 27 29 TAMA
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 45 19 TAMF
Not Hell shall make me fear again) 1 45 20 TAMF
Upon me with the touch of Hell, 1 46 47 TAMF
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 54 19 TAMH
Not Hell shall make me fear again — 1 54 20 TAMH
Upon me with the touch of Hell, 1 55 43 TAMH
O, I defy thee, Hell, to show 1 60 219 TAMH
and yet how far from Hell! 1 111 173 ALAAR
Hell rising from a thousand thrones 1 200 55 CITYA
Hell, rising from a thousand thrones, 1 202 52 CITYH
POLITIAN. Now s’Death and Hell! 1 282 82 POLI
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 21 LENK
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 25CaD-GL LENK
From Hell into a high estate 1 337 25Cb LENK
From the Hell of the planetary souls?” 1 419 104 ULA
HELM ( 1 1)
She throws aside the sceptre — leaves the helm, 1 100 27 ALAAR
HELMET ( 1 1)
His blue-bell helmet, we have heard, 1 301 1 PARO
HELP ( 3 3)
God help me, it has been my lot to know, 1 11 60 TEMP
Contrive to stir a little? let me help you? 1 285 112 POLI
For we cannot help agreeing 1 367 51 RAVEN
HELPS ( 1 1)
(UGO sits, and helps himself to wine. Enter RUPERT.) 1 248 23d POLI
HENCE ( 3 2)
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 200 54 CITYA
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 202 51 CITYH
The bridegroom — gets this night hence! 1 287 59Ax POLI
HENCEFORTH ( 1 1)
Henceforth I hold thy flower-enamelled shore, 1 311 12 ZANTE
iERACLITUS ( 2 1)
Whether with grim Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13 TEMP
Whether with Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13D TEMP
ERE ( 66 52)
Here he may revel to his heart’s content, 1 10 49 TEMP
And here, in thought, to thee — 1 104 110 ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128BCE ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and even ideal things 1 104 128F ALAAR
Here sate he with his love — his dark eye bent 1 112 194 ALAAR
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
Beauty’s eye is here the bluest 1 160 18 MYST
Here, dearest, where the moonbeam fell 1 161 2 FAIRY2
Sit down, sit down — how came we here? 1 161 9 FAIRY2
The night and the wonders here? 1 162 40 FAIRY2
“O lady sweet! how camest thou here? 1 184 26 IRENE1
Why and what art thou dreaming here? 1 187 31 IRENE2
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
Here, where the mimic eagle glared in gold, 1 228 18 COLIS
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 on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1ABC COLIS
Here where on ivory throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1D COLIS
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, 1 228 22ACGH COLIS
Here, where on golden couch the monarch lolled, 1 228 22D COLIS
Here, where on ivory couch the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22FK COLIS
And of so gentle blood? Here is a change 1 249 25 POLI
Tells me I’m pretty — drunken dolt look here! 1 251 82 POLI
JACINTA. Here! — look here! 1 251 83 POLI
JACINTA. Here! here! — look here! 1 251 83Ax POLI
UGO. Look here! — I’ll take my oath 1 251 86 POLI
Will you not see the jewels — look you here! 1 251 95 POLI
here is some wine my lord — 1 255 87 POLI
JACINTA Yes, Ma’am, I’m here. 1 260 1 POLI
Ha! here at least’s a friend — too much a friend 1 262 59 POLI
Be not too positive. Whom have we here? 1 266 43 POLI
If such there be, my friend Baldazzar here — 1 267 62 POLI
Baldazzar! — ah! — my friend Baldazzar here 1 267 63 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — turn here thine eyes! 1 272 9 POLI
The wedding is to be at dark, and here 1 276 6 POLI
“Ugo you villain! — look you here, you rascal! 1 278 74 POLI
“What are you doing here? Begone you ugly 1 278 76 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. The Earl of Leicester here! 1 280 45 POLI
Dost thou not? that I am here. 1 280 47 POLI
Here is no let or hindrance to thy weapon — 1 282 81 POLI
POLITIAN. Shall meet me here within the Coliseum! 1 285 1 POLI
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
Here where the mimic eagle glared in gold 1 286 23 POLI
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
Here where on golden throne the monarch lolled 1 286 29 POLI
Here is a ring, as token 1 309 24 BRIDF
And thus the sad Soul that here passes 1 345 49 ROUTE
Nameless here for evermore. 1 365 12 RAVEN
here I opened wide the door; 1 365 23 RAVEN
Open here I flung the shutter, 1 366 37 RAVEN
tempest tossed thee here ashore, 1 368 86 RAVEN
To check the power that governs here. 1 384 8 KING
Here once, through an alley Titanic, 1 416 10 ULA
(Though once we had journeyed down here) 1 416 27 ULA
That I journeyed — I journeyed down here! — 1 418 87 ULA
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
Ah, what demon hath tempted me here? 1 418 90 ULA
Oh, what demon has tempted me here? 1 418 90A-DF ULA
Ah, what demon has tempted me here? 1 418 90G ULA
Here blandly reposes, 1 458 54 ANNIE
HEREAFTER ( 2 2)
By all my wishes now — my fears hereafter — 1 273 37 POLI
Is Happiness now, and will be Freedom hereafter 1 274 73 POLI
HEREIN ( 1 1)
Who entereth herein, a conqueror hath bin; 1 319 1 COUP
HERE’S ( 3 3)
You certainly see double. Here’s a cross 1 251 103 POLI
Jacinta! Here’s a far sterner story 1 261 20 POLI
Then here’s the White Eagle, full daring is he, 1 342 3 CAMP
HERITAGE ( 4 4)
Aye — the same thing heritage hath giv’n 1 27 33 TAMA
The heritage of kingly mind 1 46 36 TAMF
The heritage of a kingly mind, 1 54 32 TAMH
We paus’d before the heritage of men, 1 115 259 ALAAR
HERMON ( 3 3)
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
HERO ( 4 3)
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
And its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40 WORM
Its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40ABDH WORM
HESITATING ( 2 2)
(hesitating.) 1 253 19d POLI
hesitating then no longer, 1 365 19 RAVEN
HESITATINGLY ( 1 1)
(hesitatingly.) 1 255 33d POLI
HEXAMETER ( 1 1)
(VIII. Lines to show that “a truly Greek hexameter” 1 393 23 MODC
HEY ( 1 1)
DI BROGLIO. My son, I’ve news for thee! — hey? — 1 259 38 POLI
HICCUP ( 18 18)
UGO. Oh! is that you Benito (hiccup) are they gone? 1 248 1 POLI
(hiccup) where is the buffo-singer? 1 248 8 POLI
Are all the fiddlers off (hiccup) 1 248 10 POLI
UGO. Sirrah! I said not so, or else I (hiccup) lied. 1 248 14 POLI
Oh, I am sadly altered when I’m (hiccup) drunk. 1 249 29 POLI
My master in this matter? very good (hiccup) wine! 1 250 63 POLI
I don’t, a super(hiccup)ciliary somebody 1 250 65 POLI
And drinks none but the very (hiccup!) best of wine. 1 250 69 POLI
UGO. Sweetheart, I fear me (hiccup!) very much 1 250 78 POLI
(hiccup!) that you 1 250 78 POLI
UGO. (Hiccup!) where? 1 251 83 POLI
UGO. Jacinta! (hiccup!) why, Jacinta! 1 251 83 POLI
Of the Count. I’m (hiccup!) done with You Jacinta! 1 251 89 POLI
O you vile wretch! I’ll (hiccup!) not have you Jacinto! 1 251 90 POLI
I’m in despair! I’ll (hiccup!) do some desperate deed! 1 251 91 POLI
UGO. I see, oh I (hiccup!) see it all. 1 252 107 POLI
Gave you the jewels! How (hiccup!) came you by the ring? 1 252 117 POLI
Again (hiccup!) at the jewels! 1 252 123 POLI
HID ( 2 2)
And yet it need not be — (that object) hid 1 78 20 STAN
’Neath which thy slumb’ring soul lies hid, 1 187 27 IRENE2
HIDDEN ( 3 3)
How by what hidden deeds of might, 1 38 351 TAMA
To look upon the face hidden by yon lattice — 1 271 102 POLI
From the thing that lies hidden in these wolds — 1 418 100 ULA
HIDEOUS ( 1 1)
A hideous throng rush out forever 1 317 47 HAUNT
HIDEOUSLY ( 1 1)
On seas less hideously serene. 1 202 41 CITYH
HIE ( 1 1)
O! hie thee away 1 110 129 ALAAR
HIGH ( 41 33)
The mystic empire and high power 1 32 186 TAMA
There is a power in the high spirit 1 32 191 TAMA
Of a high mountain, which look’d down 1 33 215 TAMA
To follow my high fate among 1 34 237 TAMA
(For short the time my high hope lent 1 35 269 TAMA
Shine on his path, in her high noon; 1 38 377 TAMA
There is a power in the high spirit 1 42 191 TAMB
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 43 215 TAMB
To follow my high fate among 1 43 237 TAMB
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 50 152 TAMF
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 58 140 TAMH
From their high thrones in the heaven, 1 72 13 SPIRD
That high tone of the spirit which hath striv’n 1 78 29 STAN
And, amid incense and high spiritual hymns, 1 100 28 ALAAR
The star hath ridden high 1 103 107 ALAAR
But ah! not so when, thus, in realms on high 1 104 130 ALAAR
But ah! not so when in the realms on high 1 104 130B ALAAR
High on a mountain of enamell’d head — 1 105 1 ALAAR
So shake the very Heaven on high 1 128 12 ROMG
So shake the very air on high 1 128 12ABJ ROMG
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 128 12C ROMG
So shake the very Heavens on high 1 128 12EF ROMG
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 157 36 INTRO
While from the high towers of the town 1 200 43 CITYA
“Not all the magic of our high renown — 1 229 41 COLIS
And high descent. We’ll have him at the wedding. 1 259 50 POLI
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high,.) 1 264 13d POLI
Of the hollow and high-sounding vanities 1 268 30 POLI
She comes not and the moon is high in Heaven! 1 286 21 POLI
Not all the magic of our high renown 1 287 48 POLI
Was the lance which he proudly wav’d on high. 1 302 10 PARO
Assailed the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34 HAUNT
Assail’d the monarch’s high estate. 1 316 34EFGL HAUNT
Mimes, in the form of God on high, 1 325 9 WORM
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 21 LENK
From Hell unto a high estate 1 337 25CaD-GL LENK
From Hell into a high estate 1 337 25Cb LENK
I scarce know which to prize most high — 1 380 3 KATE
The blotting utterly from out high heaven 1 400 3 MLS
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
HIGH-BORN ( 2 1)
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
HIGHBORN ( 2 1)
So that her highborn kinsmen came 1 479 17 LEEE
So that her highborn kinsman came 1 479 17KL LEEE
HIGHER ( 4 4)
’Twere folly still to hope for higher Heaven! 1 68 12 DREA
Leaping higher, higher, higher, 1 436 46 BELLSEG
HIGHEST ( 5 4)
The highest hope of pride, and power, 1 81 3 HAPP
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it sham’d 1 101 51 ALAAR
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it shamed 1 101 51H ALAAR
In her highest noon 1 173 7 ISRA
In her highest noon, 1 175 9 ISRG
HIGH-SOUNDING ( 1 1)
Of the hollow and high-sounding vanities 1 268 30 POLI
HILARIOUS ( 2 2)
A most hilarious man. Be not, my son, 1 265 23 POLI
Such hilarious visions clamber 1 450 3 ALE
HILL ( 6 6)
And the wisp upon the hill 1 71 24 SPIRA
And the mist upon the hill 1 73 24 SPIRD
O’er hill and glen dissolves in air; 1 225 4 FANNY
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
HILLS ( 12 11)
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 33 217 TAMA
The dwindled hills, whence amid bowers 1 33 218 TAMA
Of rock & forest on the hills; 1 43 217 TAMB
The dwindled hills, whence, amid bowers 1 43 218 TAMB
Of rock and forest on the hills — 1 50 154 TAMF
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 50 155 TAMF
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 58 142 TAMH
The dwindled hills! begirt with bowers 1 58 143 TAMH
It lit on hills Achaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34 ALAAR
It lit on hills Archaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34C ALAAR
“Over the hills and far away.” 1 193 46 NISA
In the visionary hills! 1 378 5 LINES
HIND ( 1 1)
Castiglione but some peasant hind 1 254 49 POLI
HINDERING ( 2 1)
Each hindering thing: 1 109 93 ALAAR
All hindering things: 1 109 93F ALAAR
HINDRANCE ( 1 1)
Here is no let or hindrance to thy weapon — 1 282 81 POLI
HINT ( 2 2)
No swellings hint that winds may be 1 200 39 CITYA
No heavings hint that winds have been 1 202 40 CITYH
HINTED ( 2 1)
As the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32 ULA
And the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32C ULA
HIST ( 5 5)
Sitteth in Heaven. — Hist! hist! thou canst not say 1 269 50 POLI
Hist! hist! it comes again! 1 270 78 POLI
LALAGE. Hist! hush! within the gloom 1 273 53 POLI
HISTORIES ( 1 1)
What wild heart-histories seemed to lie enwritten 1 446 42 TOHEL
HISTORY ( 1 1)
She died. Thus endeth the history — and her maids 1 261 24 POLI
HITHER ( 4 4)
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
Castiglione! call your cousin hither 1 266 56 POLI
Now prythee, leave me — hither doth come a person 1 280 41 POLI
And hither and thither fly — 1 325 11 WORM
HITHERWARD ( 1 0)
Headlong hitherward o’er the starry sea — 1 115 256LM0 ALAAR
HO ( 4 4)
CASTIGLIONE. What ho! Benito! Rupert! 1 267 65 POLI
RUPERT. What ho! Benito! did you say to-night? 1 275 1 POLI
What ho! What hot this fellow is dancing mad; 1 329 1 WHAT
HOLD ( 15 11)
Because to his cat’s eyes I hold a glass 1 12 87 TEMP
And I hold within my hand 1 131 19 SHOULD
But hold! — these dark, these perishing arcades — 1 229 26FK COLIS
By all I hold most sacred and most solemn — 1 273 36 POLI
Hold him a villain? — thus much, I prythee, say 1 280 35 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
Henceforth I hold thy flower-enamelled shore, 1 311 12 ZANTE
And hold this maxim all life long, 1 384 11 KING
Search narrowly these words, which hold a treasure 1 389 5 VALA
Search narrowly the lines! — they hold a treasure 1 389 5 VALG
Search narrowly these lines! — they hold a treasure 1 389 5D VALG
And I hold within my hand 1 452 14 TAKE
HOLDING ( 1 1)
(going and holding u2. the jewels.) 1 252 28d POLI
HOLDS ( 6 3)
(Such language holds the solemn sea 1 214 17 PARA
(Such language holds the breaking sea 1 214 178 PARA
A midnight vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19 COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19B COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat 1 286 24 POLI
Search narrowly this rhyme! — which holds a treasure 1 389 SF VALG
HOLIER ( 7 6)
There were no holier thoughts than thine. 1 41 150 TAMB
Its fount is holier — more divine — 1 45 10 TAMF
Its fount is holier — more divine — 1 54 10 TAMH
And with a holier lustre the quiet moon 1 269 49 POLI
Burned there a holier fire than burneth now 1 272 19 POLI
A holier odor 1 458 61 ANNIE
A holier odor about me, 1 458 61A ANNIE
HOLILY ( 1 1)
Thrillingly, holily 1 393 4 MODC
HOLLOW ( 2 1)
From out whose hollow-sounding door 1 188 57D IRENE2
Of the hollow and high-sounding vanities 1 268 30 POLI
HOLLOW-SOUNDING ( 1 0)
From out whose hollow-sounding door 1 188 57D IRENE2
HOLY ( 23 17)
I have sent for thee, holy friar, 1 26 1 TAMA
Say, holy father, breathes there yet 1 51 177 TAMF
Else how when in the holy grove, 1 52 226 TAMF
Else how, when in the holy grove 1 60 231 TAMH
That holy dream — that holy dream, 1 79 9 ADRE
With Indian Cupid down the holy river — 1 102 79 ALAAR
And they, and ev’ry mossy spring were holy 1 112 188 ALAAR
Thou! thy framing is so holy 1 160 28 MYST
Are Holy-Land! 1 166 15 HELF
“For the holy Jesus’ sake! 1 184 38 IRENE1
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 658 IRENE1
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
Yet tho’ no holy rays come down 1 199 20 CITYA
No holy rays from heaven come down 1 199 208 CITYA
No rays from the holy heaven come down 1 201 12 CITYH
From thy holy throne above. 1 217 .4A-D HYMN
The Holy Evangelists. 1 261 30 POLI
Not that! Not that! — I tell thee, holy man, 1 264 100 POLI
In the Vatican — within the holy walls 1 280 44.3A8 POLI
HOLY-LAND ( 1 1)
Are Holy-Land! 1 166 15 HELF
HOME ( 26 23)
That bore me from my home, more gay; 1 36 302 TAMA
I reach’d my home — my home no more — 1 39 392 TAMA
I reach’d my home — what home? above, 1 52 213 TAMF
My home — my hope — my early love, 1 52 214 TAMF
I reach’d my home — my home no more — 1 60 213 TAMH
From mine own home, with beings that have been 1 68 17 DREA
Leave tenantless thy crystal home, and fly, 1 105 143 ALAAR
Thy Naiad airs have brought me home 1 166 8 HELF
Glides, spectre-like, unto his marble home, 1 229 23 COLIS
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
And I’ll go home and send you in a trice 1 253 15 POLI
SAN OZZO. He’s right again. My lord, I’m going home, 1 255 58 POLI
And mother in Heaven! think of our quiet home, 1 263 84 POLI
Against thee, Earl of Leicester. Strike thou home — 1 282 80 POLI
Strike home. I will not fight thee. 1 282 82 POLI
Glides spectre-like unto his marble home 1 286 30 POLI
And round about his home the glory 1 316 37 HAUNT
I have reached my home but newly 1 344 20.5A ROUTE
I have journeyed home but newly 1 344 38.5A ROUTE
I have wandered home but newly 1 345 55 ROUTE
I have wandered home but newly 1 345 55D ROUTE
On this home by Horror haunted — 1 368 88 RAVEN
Lighting my lonely pathway home that night, 1 446 53 TOHEL
HOMEWARD ( 2 2)
And homeward turn’d his soften’d eye. 1 51 196 TAMF
And homeward turn’d his soften’d eye. 1 59 190 TAMH
HONEST ( 1 1)
That I might dare be honest! 1 254 51 POLI
HONESTY ( 1 1)
Honesty, poverty, and true content, 1 254 54 POLI
HONESTY’S ( 1 1)
Besides you’re right — Oh! honesty’s the thing! 1 254 53 POLI
HONIED ( 1 1)
All other loveliness: its honied dew 1 101 52 ALAAR
HONOR ( 6 6)
By the most sacred ties of honor bound 1 255 76 POLI
I can not pawn my honor! and Lalage 1 255 78 POLI
Is lowly born — I can not pawn my honor. 1 255 79 POLI
My honor — my honor. 1 255 80 POLI
Let her reign in Peace and Honor — 1 302 2 MAY
HONOR’S ( 1 1)
To my cousin Alessandra? Honor’s the thing! 1 255 77 POLI
HONOUR ( 1 1)
Your honour said, and in the second, Sir, 1 283 57 POLI
HONOURED ( 2 2)
Di Broglio’s haughty and time-honoured line! 1 255 74 POLI
To give thee cause for grief, my honoured friend. 1 268 8 POLI
HONOURS ( 1 1)
With the ancestral honours of thy house, 1 273 29 POLI
HOP ( 2 1)
And hop o’er counters with a Vestris air, 1 11 52 TEMP
And hop o’er counters with a Vester’s air, 1 11 52C TEMP
HOPE ( 54 47)
The mournful hope that every throb 1 17 8 OCT
But ’twas not with the drunken hope, 1 26 2 TAMA
But hope is not a gift of thine; 1 27 12 TAMA
If I Fan hope (O God! I can) 1 27 13 TAMA
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 30 114 TAMA
(For short the time my high hope lent 1 35 269 TAMA
The undying hope which now oppress’d 1 44 245 TAMB
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 45 7 TAMF
If I can hope (O God! I can) 1 45 9 TAMF
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 49 117 TAMF
On earth of all we hope in Heaven! 1 51 184 TAMF
When hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 51 193 TAMF
My home — my hope — my early love, 1 52 214 TAMF
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 54 7 TAMH
If I can hope — Oh God! I can — 1 54 9 TAMH
On which my every hope and thought 1 56 90 TAMH
On Earth, of all we hope in Heaven! 1 59 178 TAMH
When Hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 59 187 TAMH
When towering Eagle-Hope could see 1 59 187D TAMH
’Twere folly still to hope for higher Heaven! 1 68 12 DREA
Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known. 1 69 34 DREA
With light like Hope to mortals giv’n, 1 71 14 SPIRA
With light like Hope to mortals given — 1 72 14 SPIRD
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
The highest hope of pride, and power, 1 81 3 HAPP
Bright hope itself has fled at last, 1 81 12.28 HAPP
But were that hope of pride and power 1 82 17 HAPP
With many a mutter’d “hope to be forgiven” 1 105 5 ALAAR
They fell: for Heaven to them no hope imparts 1 115 263 ALAAR
With young Hope at her side, 1 206 22 PAEAN
Ah, starry Hope! that didst arise 1 214 8 PARA
Young Hope! thou did’st arise 1 214 8B PARA
And the star of Hope did rise 1 214 8C-G PARA
Oh starry Hope! thou didst arise 1 214 8H PARA
Of Joy departed — Hope, the Seraph Hope, 1 262 66 POLI
By all I scorn on earth and hope in heaven — 1 273 38 POLI
Shall wait upon thee, and the angel Hope 1 274 81 POLI
In the budding of my Paradisal Hope! 1 279 7 POLI
My hope in Heaven! 1 287 64 POLI
With young hope at her side, 1 335 34 LENA
with Hope that flew beside, 1 337 15 LENK
so, when Hope he would adjure 1 367 64ABC RAVEN
Till the dirges of his Hope 1 367 65 RAVEN
the sweet Hope he dared adjure — 1 367 6SABC RAVEN
Do tell! when may we hope to make men of sense 1 394 25 MODC
Hourly for hope — for life — ah! above all, 1 400 5 MLS
Would hope to utter. Ah, Marie Louise! 1 406 16 MARA
Could hope to utter. And I! my spells are broken. 1 407 16 MARB
All pride — all thought of power — all hope of fame — 1 407 18 MARA
With Hope and in Beauty to-night — 1 417 65 ULA
How dark a wo! yet how sublime a hope! 1 446 44 TOHEL
They fill my soul with Beauty (which is Hope,) 1 446 61 TOHEL
Yet if hope has flown away 1 451 6 TAKE
HOPELESS ( 1 1)
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
HOPELESSNESS ( 1 1)
A sullen hopelessness of heart. 1 38 369 TAMA
HOPES ( 13 10)
And my proud hopes had reach’d a throne 1 38 348 TAMA
My early hopes? no — they 1 53 249 TAMF
My early hopes? no — they 1 131 23 SHOULD
With sweet hopes of thee and thine! 1 218 12 HYMN
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 78 POLI
How many thoughts of what entombed hopes! 1 311 6 ZANTE
How many thoughts of what entombed hopes! 1 311 6ADF ZANTE
A play of hopes and fears, 1 325 6 WORM
as my Hopes have flown before.” 1 367 59 RAVEN
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
And my hopes are dying 1 399 5 LOU
They have not left me (as my hopes have) since. 1 446 54 TOHEL
HOPPER ( 1 1)
As this for a neat, frisky counter-hopper; 1 10 48 TEMP
HORIZON’S ( 2 2)
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 192 42 NISA
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 193 40 NISB
HORN ( 2 2)
Arose with a duplicate horn — 1 416 36 ULA
Distinct with its duplicate horn. 1 417 38 ULA
HORNED ( 5 2) A
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24 COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24A-CKL COLIS
Lit by the wan-light of the horn’d moon, 1 229 24H COLIS
Lit by the wanlight of the horned moon, 1 229 24J COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon 1 286 31 POLI
HORRIBLE ( 10 5)
How horrible a monody there floats 1 434 11 BELLSB
How horrible a monody there floats 1 435 12 BELLSC
With that horrible throbbing 1 457 22 ANNIE
At heart: — ah, that horrible, 1 457 23 ANNIE
Horrible throbbing! 1 457 24 ANNIE
The horrible throbbing 1 457 28A ANNIE
Horrible throbbing 1 457 288 ANNIE
At heart: — oh, that horrible, 1 457 29A ANNIE
At heart: — O, that horrible, 1 457 298 ANNIE
Horrible throbbing! 1 457 30AB ANNIE
HORRIFIED ( 2 1)
Too much horrified to speak, 1 436 41 BELLSEG
Much too horrified to speak, 1 436 41A-D BELLSEG
HORROR ( 4 4)
With horror and awe! 1 263 82 POLI
And Horror the soul of the plot. 1 326 24 WORM
On this home by Horror haunted — 1 368 88 RAVEN
What a horror they outpour 1 436 55 BELLSEG
HOT ( 1 1)
In very hot weather won’t — keep, you take me, Sir? 1 285 116 POLI
HOUR ( 45 43)
And laughter crowns the festive hour 1 17 2 OCT
That I have call’d thee at this hour: 1 27 6 TAMA
I had not thought, until this hour 1 27 17 TAMA
The infant monarch of the hour — 1 28 45 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 29 78 TAMA
Which left me in an evil hour, 1 32 174 TAMA
Of Genius, at its natal hour; 1 32 188 TAMA
There — in that hour — a thought came o’er 1 34 234 TAMA
My Ada. In that peaceful hour, 1 36 286 TAMA
And felt, with ev’ry flying hour, 1 36 301 TAMA
As if ’twere not the dying hour 1 37 342 TAMA
Withering at the ev’ning hour. 1 39 391 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour 1 40 78 TAMB
Which left me in an evil hour — 1 42 174 TAMB
There, in that hour, a thought came o’er 1 43 234 TAMB
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 45 1 TAMF
As if ’twere not their parting hour 1 45 342 TAMB
My passions from that hapless hour 1 47 69 TAMF
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 53 1 TAMH
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 55 65 TAMH
The minute — the hour — the day — oppress 1 58 137 TAMH
’Twas once and only once and the wild hour 1 69 19 DREA
Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known. 1 69 34 DREA
Into thine hour of secrecy. 1 71 4 SPIRA
Into thine hour of secrecy: 1 72 4 SPIRD
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
Each hour before us — but then only bid 1 78 22 STAN
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 1 HAPP
The happiest day — the happiest hour 1 81 13 HAPP
Ev’n then I felt — that brightest hour 1 82 19 HAPP
So like its own above that, to this hour, 1 101 57 ALAAR
And years I left behind me in an hour. 1 113 220 ALAAR
And when an hour with calmer wings 1 128 16 ROMG
Of if an hour with calmer wing 1 128 16C ROMG
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18CD ROMG
From childhood’s hour I have not been 1 146 1 ALONE
Or if an hour with calmer wing 1 157 40 INTRO
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 157 42 INTRO
So sweet the hour — so calm the time, 1 222 1 SERE
Sleep on, sleep on, another hour — 1 224 1 SLEEP
And golden sands proclaim the hour 1 224 15 SLEEP
To say the truth about an hour ago 1 265 27 POLI
BALDAZZAR. The hour is growing late — 1 271 88 POLI
UGO. Get up? I can’t — Sir, I’ve been dead an hour 1 284 107 POLI
CLALAGE.3 I come. And now the hour is come 1 287 54 POLI
HOURI ( 4 2)
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
HOURLY ( 2 2)
Hourly in Rome — Politian, Earl of Leicester! 1 259 42 POLI
Hourly for hope — for life — ah! above all, 1 400 5 MLS
HOURS ( 28 22)
Each fit to furnish forth four hours debate. 1 10 22 TEMP
Comes o’er me in these lonely hours, 1 31 137 TAMA
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 45 22 TAMF
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 54 22 TAMH
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
These star-litten hours — 1 109 83 ALAAR
Nor long the measure of my falling hours, 1 114 241 ALAAR
The very hours are breathing low — 1 200 52 CITYA
The hours are breathing faint and low — 1 202 49 CITYH
And all mine hours are trances, 1 215 21A PARA
And all my hours are trances, 1 215 218-6 PARA
Now all my hours are trances, 1 215 217 PARA
Now all my hours are trances, 1 215 21LQ PARA
When the Hours flew brightly by, 1 217 5 HYMN
When my hours flew gently by, 1 217 5A-D HYMN
And him whose song revives departed hours, 1 222 12 ENIGMA
By the corrosive Hours to Fate and me? 1 229 32 COLIS
Late hours and wine, Castiglione, — these 1 258 13 POLI
The constitution as late hours and wine. 1 258 16 POLI
Wears it away like evil hours and wine. 1 258 18 POLI
Approaches, and the Hours are breathing low, 1 269 40 POLI
To a minute how many hours there are between 1 276 8 POLI
Six hours! why I can very easily do 1 276 10 POLI
The whole of my errands in two hours at farthest! 1 276 11 POLI
By the corrosive hours to Fate and me? 1 287 39 POLI
How many memories of what radiant hours 1 311 3 ZANTE
How many mem’ries of what radiant hours 1 311 3BC ZANTE
I saw but them — saw only them for hours — 1 446 40 TOHEL
HOUSE ( 1
With the ancestral honours 1 273 29 POLI


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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)