Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (LA through LEST),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 291-302 (This material is protected by copyright)


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LA ( 1 0)
La! again! — a similar tale 1 261 14Ax POLI
LABOR ( 2 2)
The smallest point, or you may lose your labor. 1 389 9 VALA
The trivialest point, or you may lose your labor! 1 390 9 VALG
LABYRINTH ( 2 1)
Of labyrinth-like water, 1 134 2A-C TOPO
In a labyrinth of light — 1 140 26 FAIRY1
LABYRINTH-LIKE ( 1 0)
Of labyrinth-like water, 1 134 2A-C TOPO
LADEN ( 2 2)
Laden from yonder bowers! — a fairer day, 1 279 16 POLI
Tell this soul with sorrow laden 1 368 93 RAVEN
LADIES ( 3 3)
And having cheated ladies, dance with them; 1 11 54 TEMP
The hearing of all the ladies are with him, 1 11 65 TEMP
There is a difference between some ladies 1 276 21 POLI
LADIES’ ( 1 1)
We liken our ladies’ eyes to them — 1 199 16 CITYA
LADY ( 35 31)
I cannot be, lady, alone. 1 137 20 TOMB
“O lady sweet! how camest thou here? 1 184 26 IRENE1
“Lady, awake! lady awake! 1 184 37 IRENE1
“Lady awake! awake! awake! 1 184 37B IRENE1
“Lady awake! — lady awake! 1 184 37C IRENE1
The lady sleeps: the dead all sleep — 1 184 41 IRENE1
The lady sleeps: oh! may her sleep 1 185 60 IRENE1
Oh, lady bright! can it be right — 1 187 18 IRENE2
Oh, lady dear, hest thou no fear? 1 187 30 IRENE2
The lady sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 187 37 IRENE2
BENITO. Now I’ve no faith in him, poor Lady Lalage! 1 249 34 POLI
BENITO. Ah Noble lady! 1 249 49 POLI
The bosom friend of the fair lady Lalage 1 250 59 POLI
On the despair of the young lady Lalage. 1 250 61 POLI
Who is my lady Lalage? God knows! 1 250 64 POLI
You do not see, I say, that the lady Lalage 1 252 112Ax POLI
UGO. The lady Lalage 1 252 116 POLI
The lady — Lalage? 1 253 23 POLI
You spoke to the Lady Lalage? 1 253 26 POLI
“Seemed to have years too many” — Ah luckless lady! 1 261 19 POLI
Looking so like a lady! I’m a lady! 1 276 19 POLI
The lady Alessandra. I made a change 1 276 25 POLI
To stay with her now. She’d nothing of the lady 1 277 29 POLI
Oh! it’s the paper that my lady gave me, 1 277 49 POLI
And I would look so like my lady in it! 1 278 57 POLI
Methinks I see her now — Oh! she’s a lady 1 278 58 POLI
So loud, so lady-like, and so commanding! 1 278 62 POLI
But when I get to be a lady — when 1 278 68 POLI
I’ll play my lady to a T, that will I. 1 278 71 POLI
But, with mien of lord or lady, 1 366 40 RAVEN
Lady! I would that verse of mine 1 385 1 FSO
Trash of all trash! — how can a lady don it? 1 425 5 DUNCE
LADY-LIKE ( 1 1)
So loud, so lady-like, and so commanding! 1 278 62 POLI
LADY’S ( 4 4)
Be given our lady’s bidding to discuss: 1 114 246 ALAAR
Masks, a lute, a lady’s slipper, cards 1 248 3d POLI
A Lady’s apartment, 1 260 4d POLI
A lady’s voice! — and sorrow in the tone! 1 269 54 POLI
LAEDA ( 1 1)
Brightly expressive as the twins of Laeda, 1 389 2 VALG
LAID ( 2 2)
Weary, I laid me on a couch to rest — 1 6 2 POET
Who laid his heart upon thy shrine, 1 225 14 FANNY
LAIR ( 2 2)
And nursled the young mountain in its lair. 1 106 15 ALAAR
Come up, through the lair of the Lion, 1 417 49 ULA
LAIRS ( 1 1)
Aghast, the echoes from their cavernous lairs 1 378 4 LINES
LAKE ( 23 18)
Of a wild lake with black rock bound, 1 47 83 TAMF
To the terror of that lone lake. 1 48 90 TAMF
An Eden of that dim lake? 1 48 99 TAMF
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEA
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEF
To the terror of the lone lake. 1 85 12 LAKEA
To the terror of the lone lake. 1 85 12 LAKEF
To the terror of that lone lake. 1 85 12E LAKEF
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 85 22 LAKEA
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 86 23 LAKEF
Far down within the crystal of the lake 1 107 39.18 ALAAR
To lone lake that smiles, 1 110 132 ALAAR
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 128 4 ROMG
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 156 4 INTRO
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 183 13 IRENE1
Its way to some remember’d lake, 1 184 48 IRENE1
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 187 13 IRENE2
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 187 13DF IRENE2
Some lake beset as lake can be 1 237 11A TOF
It was hard by the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 6 ULA
We noted not the dim lake of Auber, 1 416 26 ULA
Well I know, now, this dim lake of Auber — 1 418 91 ULA
LAKES ( 4 4)
The dying swan by northern lakes 1 225 1 FANNY
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
Lakes that endlessly outspread 1 344 17 ROUTE
By the lakes that thus outspread 1 344 21 ROUTE
LALAGE ( 38 35)
BENITO. Now I’ve no faith in him, poor Lady Lalage! 1 249 34 POLI
The bosom friend of the fair lady Lalage 1 250 59 POLI
On the despair of the young lady Lalage. 1 250 61 POLI
Who is my lady Lalage? God knows! 1 250 64 POLI
You do not see, I say, that my mistress Lalage 1 252 112 POLI
You do not see, I say, that the lady Lalage 1 252 112Ax POLI
UGO. The lady Lalage 1 252 116 POLI
The lady — Lalage? 1 253 23 POLI
You spoke to the Lady Lalage? 1 253 26 POLI
I can not pawn my honor! and Lalage 1 255 78 POLI
CASTIGLIONE Sweet, gentle Lalage! 1 258 31 POLI
CASTIGLIONE Sweet, gentle humble Lalage! 1 258 31Ax POLI
I speak to him — he speaks of Lalage! 1 258 32 POLI
LALAGE, in cleep mourning, reading at a table 1 260 5d POLI
LALAGE continues to/ read.) 1 260 16/17d POLI
and LALAGE presently resumes.) 1 261 1d POLI
(LALAGE bursts into tears 1 262 23d POLI
LALAGE. Poor Lira7jer—=7±—and is it come to this? 1 262 56 POLI
LALAGE and POLI-/TIAN. 1 272 1/ 2d POLI
To Lalage? — ah wo — ah wo is me! 1 272 3 POLI
Will madden me. Oh mourn not, Lalage — 1 272 6 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — turn here thine eyes! 1 272 9 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — and listen to me! 1 272 9AB POLI
Sweet Lalage, I love thee — love thee — love thee; 1 272 14 POLI
Could the dishonoured Lalage abide? 1 273 26 POLI
Art thou not Lalage and I Politian? 1 273 33 POLI
Arise together, Lalage, and roam 1 273 47 POLI
POLITIAN. Oh, Lalage! 1 273 52 POLI
POLITIAN. My Lalage — my love! why art thou moved? 1 274 59 POLI
Fly to that Paradise — my Lalage, wilt thou 1 274 75 POLI
My all; — oh, wilt thou — wilt thou, Lalage, 1 275 85 POLI
Between my former mistress, Lalage, 1 276 23 POLI
In the name of Lalage! 1 281 61 POLI
CASTIGLIONE Of Lalage! 1 281 61 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. And Lalage —— 1 282 75 POLI
(Enter LALAGE wildly). 1 287 19d POLI
CLALAGE.) I come. And now the hour is come 1 287 54 POLI
CLALAGE] Away — Away — farewell! 1 287 62 POLI
LAMP ( 4 4)
The agate lamp within thy hand! 1 166 13 HELF
that the lamp-light gloated o’er, 1 368 76 RAVEN
with the lamp-light gloating o’er, 1 368 77 RAVEN
And the lamp-light o’er him streaming 1 369 106 RAVEN
LAMP-LIGHT ( 3 3)
that the lamp-light gloated o’er, 1 368 76 RAVEN
with the lamp-light gloating o’er, 1 368 77 RAVEN
And the lamp-light o’er him streaming 1 369 106 RAVEN
LANCE ( 1 1)
Was the lance which he proudly wav’d on high. 1 302 10 PARO
LAND ( 12 10)
I sought my long-abandon’d land, 1 38 361 TAMA
Are Holy-Land! 1 166 15 HELF
O happy land! She died! — the maiden died! 1 260 12 POLI
Thou speakest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65 POLI
Thou spokest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65A 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
A fairy land of flowers, and fruit, and sunshine, 1 274 69 POLI
And many a rood of land, 1 307 4 BRIDA
And many a rood of land, 1 308 28 BRIDA
on this desert land enchanted — 1 368 87 RAVEN
This land of Eldorado?” 1 463 18 ELDOR
LANDS ( 3 3)
Brethren, I come from lands afar 1 211 1 EPIG
Freely would give the broad lands of my earldom 1 271 101 POLI
I have reached these lands but newly 1 344 5 ROUTE
LANG ( 1 1)
For, being an idle boy Lang syne, 1 157 19 INTRO
LANGUAGE ( 4 3)
Ah! if that language from thy heart arise, 1 149 5 ACROS
(Such language holds the solemn sea 1 214 17 PARA
(Such language holds the breaking sea 1 214 17B PARA
(Indited in the language that he sung.) 1 221 6 ENIGMA
LAST ( 17 14)
Last night, with many cares and toils oppress’d, 1 6 1 POET
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
Bright hope itself has fled at last, 1 81 12.2B HAPP
To be drudges till the last — 1 103 93 ALAAR
With the last ecstasy of satiate life — 1 111 169 ALAAR
The last spot of Earth’s orb I trod upon 1 113 214 ALAAR
The last spot of her orb I trod upon 1 113 214A ALAAR
Ah, dream too bright to last! 1 214 7 PARA
But the dream — it could not last! 1 214 7A-G PARA
Last year — she gave it to me — d’ye see? 1 252 120 POLI
So you’ve turned penitent at last — bravo! 1 253 10 POLI
Either in body or soul. When saw you last 1 253 22 POLI
One of the last importance. Do you not think 1 284 97 POLI
[VII. Line illustrating (in the last word) a foot 1 393 20 MODC
On this very night of last year, 1 418 86 ULA
Is over at last — 1 456 4 ANNIE
Is conquered at last. 1 456 6 ANNIE
LASTING ( 3 3)
Oh! that my young life were a lasting dream! 1 68 1 DREA
As it is lasting so be deep — 1 185 61 IRENE1
As it is lasting, so be deep! 1 188 46 IRENE2
LATE ( 17 16)
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 46 45 TAMF
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 55 41 TAMH
And late to ours, the favour’d one of God — 1 100 25 ALAAR
Is now upon thee — but too late to save! 1 107 39 ALAAR
I left so late was into chaos hurl’d — 1 114 234 ALAAR
Of late, eternal Condor years 1 128 11 ROMG
Is it so late? is it all gone? very well! 1 250 72 POLI
Too much of late, and I am vexed to see it. 1 258 12 POLI
Late hours and wine, Castiglione, — these 1 258 13 POLI
The constitution as late hours and wine. 1 258 16 POLI
Pause ere too late! — oh be not — be not rash! 1 264 110 POLI
Bal. Let us go down — for it is getting late 1 270 82Ax POLI
BALDAZZAR. The hour is growing late — 1 271 88 POLI
JACINTA. it is not late — o no! it is not late — 1 276 3 POLI
’Tis I who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
Some late visiter entreating 1 365 17 RAVEN
LATELY ( 6 5)
Had lately been but had pass’d by. 1 39 383 TAMA
Will start, which lately slept in apathy? 1 78 19 STAN
Thou hast not spoken lately of thy wedding. 1 262 42 POLI
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 270 85Ax POLI
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 271 97 POLI
Ungenial Britain which we left so lately, 1 280 25 POLI
LATTER ( 4 2)
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
The latter well known “to report.” 1 151 8C LOCKE
Within the lonesome latter years! 1 325 2 WORM
LATTER’S ( 2 1)
But the latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 8 LOCKE
The latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 8B LOCKE
LATTICE ( 9 6)
“Laughingly thro’ the lattice drop, 1 184 34 IRENE1
This lattice open to the night? 1 187 19DEF IRENE2
Laughingly through the lattice drop — 1 187 21 IRENE2
I saw her yester eve thro’ the lattice-work 1 250 50 POLI
Proceeds from yonder lattice — which you may see 1 269 62 POLI
Proceeds from yonder lattice — this way you can see it 1 269 62Ax POLI
Very plainly through the window — that lattice belongs, 1 269 63A8 POLI
To look upon the face hidden by yon lattice — 1 271 102 POLI
something at my window lattice; 1 366 33 RAVEN
LATTICE-WORK ( 1 t)
I saw her yester eve thro’ the lattice-work 1 250 50 POLI
LAUGH ( 8 7)
Or rather laugh with him, that queer Philosopher, 1 9 15 TEMP
I’ll neither laugh with one or cry with t’other, 1 10 26 TEMP
I’ll neither laugh with one nor cry with t’other, 1 10 26C TEMP
I laugh to think how poor 1 131 37 SHOULD
You merry devil! ha! ha! he makes me laugh 1 255 64 POLI
DUKE. Why do you laugh? 1 264 1 POLI
It is most singular now that you should laugh 1 265 9 POLI
And laugh — but smile no more. 1 317 48 HAUNT
LAUGH’D ( 1 1)
Till growing bold, he laugh’d and leapt 1 53 237 TAMF
LAUGHED ( 1 1)
Till growing bold, he laughed and leapt 1 61 242 TAMH
LAUGHING ( 8 7)
And always keep from laughing when I can; 1 11 62 TEMP
And always keep from laughing if I can; 1 11 62C TEMP
Laughing at her half silly wiles, 1 30 129 TAMA
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 49 132 TAMF
And laughing at her girlish wiles, 1 57 105 TAMH
Hal ha! ha! ha! — Oh, I shall die of laughing! 1 253 4 POLI
I shall die of laughing — yes! I’m done for — 1 253 18 POLI
Set him a laughing once, and he’ll forget 1 283 68 POLI
LAUGHINGLY ( 2 2)
“Laughingly thro’ the lattice drop, 1 184 34 IRENE1
Laughingly through the lattice drop — 1 187 21 IRENE2
LAUGHTER ( 3 3)
And laughter crowns the festive hour 1 17 2 OCT
And the light laughter chokes the sigh, 1 184 46 IRENE1
’Twould have made you die with laughter — 1 266 33 POLI
LAURELS ( 5 5)
Laurels upon me — and the rush, 1 28 64 TAMA
Laurels upon me — and the rush, 1 47 63 TAMF
Laurels upon me: and the rush — 1 55 59 TAMH
To thee the laurels belong 1 174 27 ISRA
To thee the laurels belong, 1 176 32 ISRG
LAVAS ( 1 1)
As the lavas that restlessly roll 1 416 15 ULA
LAVES ( 1 1) 1
Laves in quadruple light her angel limbs. 1 100 29 ALAAR
LAVISHLY ( 1 1)
Could fling, all lavishly and free, 1 385 2 FSO
LAW ( 2 1)
To a lute’s well-tuned law, 1 316 20 HAUNT
To a lute’s well-tuned law, 1 316 20AGJKM HAUNT
LAY ( 8 8)
What shall be done? I’ll lay it on the table, 1 10 23 TEMP
Where in a deep, still slumber lay 1 36 285 TAMA
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 3 SONG
Though happiness around thee lay, 1 66 15 SONG
Her world lay lolling on the golden air, 1 100 17 ALAAR
Lay bare, thro’ vistas thunder-riven, 1 157 15 INTRO
The red sun-light lazily lay. 1 195 8 NISE
I pulled him from under the table where he lay 1 248 19 POLI
LAYING ( 1 0)
Laying them down to die, have suddenly risen 1 400 9A MLS
LAZILY ( 2 2)
Lazily upon beauty’s eye, 1 183 4 IRENE1
The red sun-light lazily lay. 1 195 8 NISE
LAZY ( 1 1)
“You good-for-nothing, idle, lazy scoundrel! 1 278 75 POLI
LEA ( 1 1)
On moorland and lea — 1 110 143 ALAAR
LEAD ( 5 4)
But lead on the heart. 1 109 99 ALAAR
Pol: Remember. I do — I do — lead on! — remember! 1 270 87Ax POLI
POLITIAN. Remember? I do. Lead on! I do remember. 1 271 99 POLI
And be sure it will lead us aright — 1 417 68 ULA
They follow me — they lead me through the years. 1 446 55 TOHEL
LEADER ( 2 2)
As in a leader, haply — Power 1 37 344 TAMA
As in a leader, haply; Power 1 45 344 TAMB
LEAF ( 4 4)
In Heaven, and all its environs, the leaf 1 101 60 ALAAR
Are tintless of the yellow leaf — 1 158 62 INTRO
Is the gently falling leaf — 1 160 27 MYST
Enwritten upon the leaf where now are peering 1 390 13 VALG
LEAGUES ( 1 1)
A thousand leagues within the golden west? 1 274 68 POLI
LEAN ( 2 2)
I’d lean upon her gentle breast, 1 49 133 TAMF
Lean over her and weep — two gentle maids 1 261 25 POLI
LEANING ( 3 2)
O’er the unguarded flowers were leaning: 1 192 22 NISA
O’er th’ unguarded flowers were leaning: 1 192 22B NISA
’Tis not the Earl — but yet it is — and leaning 1 266 45 POLI
LEANS ( 2 2)
JACINTA (a servant maid) leans carelessly upon a chair. 1 260 7d POLI
and leans her head upon the/ table — 1 262 23/24d POLI
LEAP ( 3 3)
And leap within me at the cry) 1 28 58 TAMA
And leap within me at the cry!) 1 47 57 TAMF
And leap within me at the cry) 1 55 53 TAMH
LEAPING ( 1 1)
Leaping higher, higher, higher, 1 436 46 BELLSEG
LEAPS ( 2 1)
Which leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121 ALAAR
That leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121F ALAAR
LEAPT ( 3 3)
Till growing bold, he laugh’d and leapt 1 53 237 TAMF
Till growing bold, he laughed and leapt 1 61 242 TAMH
Fail’d, as my pennon’d spirit leapt aloft, 1 114 232 ALAAR
LEARN ( 1 1)
To those pure orbs, your heart to learn, 1 380 2 KATE
LEARNED ( 4 4)
Learned as few are learned. 1 259 56 POLI
And know him well — nor learned nor mirthful he. 1 259 62 POLI
Was neither learned nor mirthful. 1 265 19 POLI
LEASES ( 1 1)
Better than banking, trade or leases — 1 378 2 WALL
LEAST ( 7 6)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
Far away — as far at least 1 191 2 NISA
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 5 TOF
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 14.5BC TOF
Not the least obeisance made he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
LEAST’S ( 1 1)
Ha! here at least’s a friend — too much a friend 1 262 59 POLI
LEAVE ( 21 19)
Why did I leave it and adrift, 1 30 118 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young, — 1 34 236 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young: 1 43 236 TAMB
Why did I leave it and adrift 1 49 121 TAMF
Why did I leave it, and, adrift, 1 56 94 TAMH
But ’twill leave thee, as each star 1 71 19 SPIRA
But ’twill leave thee as each star 1 72 18.18 SPIRD
Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering 1 91 6 SCI
Leave tenantless thy crystal home, and fly, 1 105 143 ALAAR
O! leave them apart! 1 109 97 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
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
As for to leave me thus? 1 270 84 POLI
Now prythee, leave me — hither Both come a person 1 280 41 POLI
On the morrow he will leave me, 1 367 59 RAVEN
Leave no black plume as a token 1 369 99 RAVEN
Leave my loneliness unbroken! — 1 369 100 RAVEN
And now I leave these riddles to their Seer. 1 389 21 VALA
LEAVES ( 14 10)
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 29 93 TAMA
Leaves not its memory behind. 1 41 93 TAMB
She throws aside the sceptre — leaves the helm, 1 100 27 ALAAR
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 128 3 ROMG
Among the green leaves as they shake 1 156 3 INTRO
(pauses — turns over some leaves, and resumes.) 1 260 20d POLI
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2 ULA
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2AJ ULA
The leaves they were crisped and sere — 1 415 2BCG ULA
The leaves they were withering and sere: 1 415 3 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83AK ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83BCG ULA
As the leaves that were withering and sere — 1 418 84 ULA
LEAVEST ( 1 1)
But leavest the heart a wilderness! 1 51 188 TAMF
LEAVING ( 1 1)
Leaving thee wild for the dear child 1 337 16 LENK
LEAV’ST ( 1 1)
But leav’st the heart a wilderness! 1 59 182 TAMH
LED ( 1 1)
But one, whom phantasy had led 1 34 250 TAMA
LEDA ( 1 1)
Bright and expressive as the stars of Leda, 1 388 2 VALA
LEEE ( 1 1)
(with a leer.) 1 252 20d POLI
LEFT ( 31 25)
But left its influence with me still. 1 30 101 TAMA
Which left me in an evil hour, 1 32 174 TAMA
What was there left me now? despair — 1 39 405 TAMA
Which left me in an evil hour — 1 42 174 TAMB
Hath left his iron gate ajar, 1 52 221 TAMF
Hath left his iron gate ajar, 1 60 226 TAMH
And left unheedingly my very heart 1 68 15 DREA
And loveliness — have left my very heart 1 68 15AB DREA
Came o’er me in the night and left behind 1 69 22. DREA
Hath left me broken-hearted. 1 79 4 ADRE
Her way — but left not yet her Therasaean reign. 1 105 158 ALAAR
Some have left the cool glade, and 1 110 140 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
And years I left behind me in an hour. 1 113 220 ALAAR
I left so late was into chaos hurl’d — 1 114 234 ALAAR
And, thro’ the opening left, as soon 1 161 21 FAIRY2
Till thoughts and locks are left, alas! 1 183 7 IRENE1
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 228 2 COLIS
All of the famed, and the colossal left 1 229 31 COLIS
All of the great, and the colossal left 1 229 31A-D COLIS
All of the grand, and the colossal left 1 229 31E COLIS
All of the proud, and the colossal left 1 229 31FK COLIS
All of the fam’d, and the colossal left 1 229 31GH COLIS
Ungenial Britain which we left so lately, 1 280 25 POLI
Now Sir the left — you have a genius, Ugo, 1 285 128 POLI
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 286 3 POLI
All of the great and the colossal left 1 287 38 POLI
Upon the left — and all the way along, 1 407 30 MARA
Upon the left, and all the way along 1 408 25 MARB
They have not left me (as my hopes have) since. 1 446 54 TOHEL
LEG ( 2 2)
Now, Sir, this leg — a little farther — that’s it! 1 285 126 POLI
For putting out a leg! Pray Sir proceed! 1 285 129 POLI
LEGENDED ( 2 2)
By the door of a legended tomb: — 1 418 77 ULA
On the door of this legended tomb?” 1 418 79 ULA
LEGENDS ( 1 1)
And the giddy stars (so legends tell) 1 175 5 ISRG
LEGION ( 1 1)
For the heart whose woes are legion 1 345 39 ROUTE
LEGS ( 1 1)
To see you on your legs, — a little stiff 1 285 124 POLI
LEICESTER ( 9 9)
Hourly in Rome — Politian, Earl of Leicester! 1 259 42 POLI
Of Britain, Earl of Leicester? 1 259 45 POLI
DUKE. The Earl of Leicester! — yes! — 1 265 16 POLI
Of Leicester in Great Britain, this his friend 1 266 50 POLI
LALAGE. Now Earl of Leicester! 1 273 50 POLI
Unto this man, that I, the Earl of Leicester, 1 280 34 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. The Earl of Leicester here! 1 280 45 POLI
POLITIAN. I am the Earl of Leicester, and thou seest, 1 280 46 POLI
Against thee, Earl of Leicester. Strike thou home — 1 282 80 POLI
L. E. L. ( 1 1)
In vain those words from thee or L. E. L. 1 149 3 ACROS
LEMNOS ( 1 1)
The sun-ray dropp’d, in Lemnos, with a spell 1 113 203 ALAAR
LEND ( 1 1)
Lend me your hand, Sir, do! 1 285 122 POLI
LENGTH ( 14 13)
“And strange thy glorious length of tress! 1 184 28 IRENE1
Strange, above all, thy length of tress, 1 187 35 IRENE2
Stranger thy glorious length of tress, 1 187 35DE IRENE2
At length — at length — after so many days 1 228 4 COLIS
A thousand hearts — losing at length her own. 1 261 23 POLI
She at length sets down/ the band-box 1 276 4/ 5d POLI
At length at length after so many days 1 286 5 POLI
Thine should be length of happy days, 1 385 5 FSO
But now, at length, dear Dian sank from sight, 1 446 48 TOHEL
As I lie at full length — 1 456 10 ANNIE
I am better at length. 1 456 12 ANNIE
Failed him at length 1 463 14 ELDOR
LENORE ( 15 12)
Low lies thy love Lenore! 1 335 14 LENA
The sweet Lenore 1 335 32 LENA
low lies thy love, Lenore! 1 336 4 LENK
The sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15 LENK
She — sweet Lenore hath gone before, 1 337 15C LENK
sorrow for the lost Lenore — 1 365 10 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 365 11 RAVEN
whom the angels named Lenore — 1 365 110U RAVEN
was the whispered word, “Lenore?” 1 365 28 RAVEN
was the whispered word, “Lenore!” 1 365 28ABCEFHJLNPU RAVEN
murmured back the word, “Lenore!” 1 366 29 RAVEN
from thy memories of Lenore; 1 368 82 RAVEN
and forget this lost Lenore!” 1 368 83 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 368 94 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore.” 1 368 95 RAVEN
LENT ( 5 5)
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 31 148 TAMA
(For short the time my high hope lent 1 35 269 TAMA
Ambition lent it a new tone, 1 41 148 TAMB
Ambition lent it a new tone — 1 57 115 TAMH
“Wretch,” I cried, “thy God hath lent thee — 1 368 81 RAVEN
LESS ( 15 13)
The which I could not love the less, 1 47 81 TAMF
Is it, therefore, the less gone? 1 53 242 TAMF
The which I could not love the less; 1 84 3 LAKEA
Is it therefore the less gone? — 1 131 16 SHOULD
Is it the less gone? — 1 131 16A SHOULD
Read nothing, written less — in short’s a fool 1 148 10 ELIZA
Breathe it less gently forth — and veil thine eyes. 1 149 6 ACROS
On seas less hideously serene. 1 202 41 CITYH
Less than five thousand crowns! 1 252 106 POLI
Far less a shadow which thou likenest to it, 1 274 61 POLI
Ah, less, less bright 1 349 6 EULA
And ah, less bright 1 349 6AYZ EULA
All — all expired save thee — save less than thou: 1 446 36 TOHEL
Is it therefore the less gone? 1 452 9 TAKE
LESSON ( 2 2)
Young Love’s first lesson is — the heart: 1 49 129 TAMF
Young Love’s first lesson is —— the heart. 1 57 102 TAMH
LEST ( 11 10)
And lest the guessing throw the fool in fits, 1 12 91 TEMP
Lest the stars totter in the guilt of man!” 1 105 150 ALAAR
My soul, lest it should truant be, 1 217 7 HYMN
Lest they fly! 1 254 37 POLI
Lest I behold thee not; thou couldst not go 1 275 93 POLI
Lest an evil step be taken, 1 308 40 BRIDA
Lest an evil step be taken, — 1 309 31 BRIDF
Lest the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32 BRIDF
Lest her sweet soul, 1 336 50 LENA
Let no bell toll, lest her sweet soul, 1 337 22C-GL LENK
Let no bell toll, then, lest her soul, 1 337 23 LENK


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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)