Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (LIQUID through LOVE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 313-324 (This material is protected by copyright)


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LIQUID ( 1 1)
What a liquid ditty floats 1 436 22 BELLSEG
LIQUOR ( 1 1)
RUPERT. Let us to bed! the man is steeped in liquor. 1 250 70 POLI
LISP ( 2 2)
To lisp my very earliest word 1 128 8 ROMG
To lisp my very earliest word 1 156 8 INTRO
LIST ( 9 9)
So often lovely, and will list 1 38 371 TAMA
So often lovely, and will list 1 52 202 TAMF
So often lovely, and will list 1 59 196 TAMH
That list our Love, and deck our bowers — 1 100 13 ALAAR
“But, list, Ianthe! when the air so soft 1 114 231 ALAAR
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
But list, O list! — so soft and low 1 223 18 SERE
With the list of articles she wants — ten yards 1 277 50 POLI
LISTEN ( 5 4)
While, to listen, the red levin 1 174 10 ISRA
While, to listen, the red levin 1 175 12 ISRG
POLITIAN. Not hear it! — listen now — listen! — 1 269 52 POLI
And beautiful Lalage! — and listen to me! 1 272 9AB POLI
LISTENING ( 2 2)
And all the listening things) 1 174 13 ISRA
And the other listening things) 1 176 17 ISRG
LISTENS ( 2 1)
(Jacinta tells me this) and listens aghast 1 249 49Ax POLI
To the turtle-dove that listens while she gloats 1 436 23 BELLSEG
LIT ( 11 7)
Whose fervid, flick’ring torch of life was lit 1 77 4 STAN
It lit on hills Achaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34 ALAAR
It lit on hills Archaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34C ALAAR
In many a star-lit grove, or moor)-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
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 horned 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
By angels dreaming in the moon-lit “dew 1 406 9 MARA
LITTEN ( 2 1)
These star-litten hours — 1 109 83 ALAAR
Through the red-litten windows see 1 316 42A-NOR HAUNT
LITTLE ( 39 36)
Yet still I think these worse than them a little. 1 9 8 TEMP
But pray be patient: yet a little while 1 10 38 TEMP
The pretty little hand that sold her tape, 1 11 56 TEMP
Ah yes! his little foot and ancle trim, 1 11 81 TEMP
From all our little cares apart, 1 30 128 TAMA
When from our little cares apart, 1 49 131 TAMF
Uhan frnm n.r littler nanaa anart. 1 57 104 TAMH
Its joy — its little lot of pain 1 57 119 TAMH
Link’d to a little system, and one sun — 1 104 134 ALAAR
Dim was its little disk, and angel eyes 1 114 253 ALAAR
Dim was its little disk, and seraph eyes 1 114 253A ALAAR
That little time with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18 ROMG
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18CD ROMG
Hath — little of Earth in it — 1 136 2 TOMB
Hath — little of Earth in it — 1 137 2 TOMD
Has studied very little of his part, 1 148 9 ELIZA
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 157 42 INTRO
Little — oh! little dwells in thee 1 160 16 MYST
Lo! in that little window-niche 1 166 11AB HELF
The middle — the fore — no on the little finger 1 251 88 POLI
I should so grieve about this little matter 1 255 67 POLI
And little given to thinking. 1 259 53 POLI
Think of my little sisters! — think of them! 1 263 86 POLI
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
To say thou art not gone, — one little sentence, 1 275 96 POLI
Give me to live yet — yet a little while: 1 279 8 POLI
Being in the dumps about this little matter 1 283 65 POLI
You are a little — stiff — all very true. 1 284 109 POLI
Contrive to stir a little? let me help you? 1 285 112 POLI
To see you on your legs, — a little stiff 1 285 124 POLI
Now, Sir, this leg — a little farther — that’s it! 1 285 126 POLI
Magnificent! — a little farther, Sir! 1 285 131 POLI
Though its answer little meaning — 1 366 50 RAVEN
little relevancy bore; 1 366 50 RAVEN
I have a little stepson of only three years old. 1 393 19 MODC
The little silver bells! 1 434 2 BELLSB
The little silver bells! 1 434 3 BELLSC
From their merry little throats — 1 434 5 BELLSB
LIV’D ( 4 4)
But, father, there liv’d one who, then — 1 29 82 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who then, 1 40 82 TAMB
But, father, there liv’d one who then — 1 47 73 TAMF
But, father, there liv’d one who, then, 1 56 69 TAMH
LIVE ( 15 10)
For all we live to know — is known; 1 39 386 TAMA
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 ala TAMB
For all we live to know is known 1 60 209 TAMH
I would not live again: 1 82 20 HAPP
Merrily live, and long! 1 176 34 ISRG
And live, for now thou diest! 1 267 5 POLI
Surely I live. 1 267 6 POLI
I live — I live. 1 267 6AB POLI
And life shall then be mine, for I will live 1 274 78 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 78 POLI
Give me to live yet — yet a little while: 1 279 8 POLI
And this the life thy spirit live, 1 386 26 FSO
Who live up in the steeple 1 437 80E1 BELLSEG
LIVED ( 5 5)
To die ere I have lived! — Stay — stay thy hand, 1 279 3 POLI
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 477 3 LEEA
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 477 5 LEEA
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 478 3 LEEE
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 478 5 LEEE
LIVE-LONG ( 1 1)
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 212 TAMB
LIVELONG ( 1 1)
The livelong summer day, oppress 1 33 212 TAMA
LIVES ( 2 2)
Too real, to his breast who lives 1 36 307 TAMA
Castiglione lives! 1 275 87 POLI
LIVEST ( 1 1)
Who livest — that we know — 1 103 98 ALAAR
LIVID ( 1 1)
And speaks a purpose unholy — thy lips are livid — 1 264 108 POLI
LIVING ( 10 8)
With ray of the all living light 1 31 155 TAMA
With its own living gaze upon 1 36 317 TAMA
With ray of the all-living light 1 41 155 TAMB
In the summer sky, in dreams of living light, 1 68 14AB DREA
The trembling living wire 1 176 21 ISRG
That trembling living lyre 1 176 21 ISRG
that no living human being 1 367 51 RAVEN
And the fever called “Living” 1 456 5 ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 23AB ANNIE
With the fever called “Living” 1 457 29 ANNIE
LIZARD ( 2 2)
The swift and silent lizard of the stones! 1 229 25 COLIS
The swift and silent lizard of the stones. 1 286 32 POLI
LO ( 15 12)
Lo! one is coming down 1 162 51 FAIRY2
Lo! in yon brilliant window-niche 1 166 11 HELF
Lo! in that little window-niche 1 166 11AB HELF
Lo! in that shadowy window-niche 1 166 11C HELF
All beauty sleeps: and lo! where lies 1 183 22 IRENE1
All Beauty sleeps! — and lo! where lies 1 187 16 IRENE2
No wind in Heaven, and lo! the trees 1 193 33 NISB
Lo! Death hath rear’d himself a throne 1 199 1 CITYA
But lo! a stir is in the air! 1 200 45 CITYA
Lo! Death has reared himself a throne 1 201 1 CITYH
Lo! Death has rear’d himself a throne 1 201 1G CITYH
But lo, a stir is in the air! 1 202 42 CITYH
Lo! the ring is on my hand, 1 308 25 BRIDA
Lo! ’tis a gala night 1 325 1 WORM
Of thy firm TRUTH may say — “Lo! this is writ 1 328 2 STYL
LOATH ( 3 1)
The monkey’s made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36 TEMP
The monkeys made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36C TEMP
The monkey made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36D TEMP
LOATHE ( 1 1)
I hate — I loathe the name; I do abhor 1 273 31 POLI
LOCKE ( 5 3)
As for Locke, he is all in my eye, 1 151 1 LOCKE
John Locke was a notable name; 1 151 5 LOCKE
John Locke is a notable name; 1 151 5B LOCKE
John Locke was a very great name; 1 151 5C LOCKE
Joe Locke is a greater; in short, 1 151 6 LOCKE
LOCKS ( 1 1)
Till thoughts and locks are left, alas! 1 183 7 IRENE1
LOCUST’S ( 1 1)
Was once the locust’s coat of gold, 1 301 4 PARO
LOEDA ( 1 0)
Brightly expressive as the twins of Loeda, 1 389 2EFG VALG
LOFTIER ( 1 0)
And a loftier note than this would swell 1 175 43B ISRA
LOFTY ( 4 4)
Shone on my slumbers in her lofty noon 1 69 24 DREA
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 228 2 COLIS
For thy lofty rank and fashion — much depends 1 258 25 POLI
Of lofty contemplation left to Time 1 286 3 POLI
LOGIC ( 2 2)
(As Members say they like their logic taken 1 10 45 TEMP
(Logic and common usage so commanding) 1 148 2 ELIZA
LOITERING ( 2 2)
With loitering eye till I have felt 1 48 110 TAMF
With loitering eye, till I have felt 1 56 83 TAMH
LOLL’D ( 2 0)
Here, where on golden throne the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22ACGH COLIS
Here, where on ivory couch the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22FK COLIS
LOLLED ( 3 2)
Here, where on golden throne the monarch lolled, 1 228 22 COLIS
Here, where on golden couch the monarch lolled, 1 228 22D COLIS
Here where on golden throne the monarch lolled 1 286 29 POLI
LOLLING ( 4 4)
Her world lay lolling on the golden air, 1 100 17 ALAAR
My soul is lolling on thy sighs! 1 161 6 FAIRY2
With the snows of the lolling lily. 1 344 20 ROUTE
With the snows of the lolling lily, — 1 344 24 ROUTE
LOLLS ( 2 2)
The lily lolls upon the wave — 1 183 17 IRENE1
The lily lolls upon the wave; 1 187 10 IRENE2
LONE ( 15 12)
To the terror of that lone lake. 1 48 90 TAMF
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
To his lone imagining — 1 86 21 LAKEF
Like the lone Albatross, 1 109 107 ALAAR
To lone lake that smiles, 1 110 132 ALAAR
To the lone oak that reels with bliss, 1 183 20 IRENE1
To the lone oak that nodding hangs, 1 183 20BC IRENE1
Lone amphitheatre! Grey Coliseum! 1 228 .1A COLIS
That haunteth the lone regions where hath trod 1 322 14 SILE
Their lone waters — lone and dead, — 1 344 18 ROUTE
Their lone waters, lone and dead, — 1 344 22 ROUTE
LONELINESS ( 6 6)
So lovely was the loneliness 1 47 82 TAMF
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 71 6 SPIRA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 72 6 SPIRD
So lovely was the loneliness 1 85 4 LAKEA
So lovely was the loneliness 1 85 4 LAKEF
Leave my loneliness unbroken! — 1 369 100 RAVEN
LONELY ( 14 9)
Comes o’er me in these lonely hours, 1 31 137 TAMA
Lonely, like me, the desert rose, 1 52 215 TAMF
A lonely spirit guiding. 1 79 12 ADRE
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 4 TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 4A TOF
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4B TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4C TOF
Body and Soul. One dwells in lonely places, 1 322 6 SILE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 343 1 ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 344 20.1A ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 344 38.1A ROUTE
By a route obscure and lonely, 1 345 51 ROUTE
But the Raven, sitting lonely 1 367 55 RAVEN
Lighting my lonely pathway home that night, 1 446 53 TOHEL
LONESOME ( 2 2)
Within the lonesome latter years! 1 325 2 WORM
It was night, in the lonesome October 1 416 4 ULA
LONG ( 49 45)
I mean the reign of manners hath long ceased, 1 9 3 TEMP
Of long delight, nor yet had deem’d 1 36 294 TAMA
I dwelt not long in Samarcand 1 38 359 TAMA
I sought my long-abandon’d land, 1 38 361 TAMA
But she who rear’d them was long dead, 1 39 403 TAMA
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 212 TAMB
Hath long upon my bosom sat, 1 46 28 TAMF
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
But they have vanish’d long alas! 1 81 6 HAPP
But it has vanish’d long alas! 1 81 6B HAPP
Repenting follies that full long have fled, 1 101 63 ALAAR
Of many a wild star-gazer long ago — 1 107 43 ALAAR
Nor long the measure of my falling hours, 1 114 241 ALAAR
All a long summer night — 1 159 3 MYST
On desperate seas long wont to roam, 1 166 6 HELF
Merrily live, and long! 1 176 34 ISRG
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
As long as — tears on Memory’s eye: 1 184 44 IRENE1
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
Up thrones — up long-forgotten bowers 1 200 24 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
Up shadowy long-forgotten bowers 1 201 19 CITYH
Thus on the coffin loud and long 1 206 28.1A PAEAN
Long life to our King, 1 219 7 LATIN
I think so too. He was, not long ago, 1 249 31 POLI
ka_a side-long manner 1 260 14d POLI
For thou halt served me long and ever been 1 261 38 POLI
And Beauty long deceased — remembers me 1 262 65 POLI
Of a long journey — the — indeed I had better 1 267 71 POLI
And now are friends — yet shall not be so long — 1 268 33 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 72 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 81 POLI
“Who hath loved thee so long, 1 271 91 POLI
He has loved me long and well, 1 307 7 BRIDA
He has loved me long and well; 1 308 6B BRIDF
Time long ago) 1 316 12 HAUNT
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
And all day long 1 349 17 EULA
While all day long 1 349 17BCD EULA
long I stood there wondering, fearing, 1 365 25 RAVEN
We both have found a life-long love; 1 382 5 VANE
And hold this maxim all life long, 1 384 11 KING
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 406 1 MARA
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 407 1 MARB
Had journeyed long, 1 463 4 ELDOR
Therefore by that dear name I long have called you — 1 467 5 MOTHB
Therefore by that sweet name I long have called you; 1 467 5 MOTHC
And this was the reason that, long ago, 1 477 13 LEEA
And this was the reason that, long ago, 1 479 13 LEEE
LONG-ABANDON’D ( 1 1)
I sought my long-abandon’d land, 1 38 361 TAMA
LONG’D ( 1 1)
And long’d to rest, yet could but sparkle there! 1 108 59 ALAAR
LONGER ( 2 2)
The consequence of any longer stay 1 285 120 POLI
hesitating then no longer, 1 365 19 RAVEN
LONG-FORGOTTEN ( 2 2)
Up thrones — up long-forgotten bowers 1 200 24 CITYA
Up shadowy long-forgotten bowers 1 201 19 CITYH
LONGING ( 1 1)
An idle longing night and day 1 158 54 INTRO
LOOK ( 32 30)
In short his shirt-collar, his look, his tone is 1 11 71 TEMP
She’d look up in my wilder’d eye — 1 31 132 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 32 172 TAMA
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand, 1 37 327 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 41 172 TAMB
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand! 1 44 327 TAMB
To him who still would look upon 1 51 199 TAMF
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand! — 1 59 165 TAMH
To him who still would look upon 1 59 193 TAMH
And the stars shall look not down 1 71 12 SPIRA
And the stars shall look not down, 1 72 12 SPIRD
The hearts of many wanderers who look in 1 107 39.3B ALAAR
How lovely ’tis to look so far away! 1 113 199 ALAAR
I look not up afar 1 130 5 SHOULD
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
UGO. Oh, nonsense, sweet Jacinta, let me look 1 252 122 POLI
UGO. Pshaw! — let me look! 1 252 124 POLI
and regarding her/ mistress with a contemptuous look. 1 260 15/16d POLI
DUKE. Look you, Castiglione, be so kind 1 265 11 POLI
To look upon the face hidden by yon lattice — 1 271 102 POLI
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
Look you Benito! 1 276 14 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
And I would look so like my lady in it! 1 278 57 POLI
“Ugo you villain! — look you here, you rascal! 1 278 74 POLI
Damned if you do? — look you, you ignoramus 1 283 51 POLI
That you shudder to look at me, 1 459 93 ANNIE
LOOK’D ( 7 7)
Of a high mountain, which look’d down 1 33 215 TAMA
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 43 215 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
She look’d into Infinity — and knelt. 1 100 35 ALAAR
Look’d out above into the purple air, 1 106 23 ALAAR
I had not look’d to see — he is sadly altered! 1 249 26 POLI
LOOKED ( 4 3)
Looked out above into the purple air, 1 106 23E ALAAR
By witching eyes which looked disdain. 1 226 18 FANNY
Save only thee and me. I paused — I looked — 1 445 28 TOHEL
That looked like Eldorado. 1 463 12 ELDOR
LOOKING ( 9 8)
Dim! tho’ looking on all bright! 1 37 322 TAMA
And cloudy-looking woods, 1 140 2 FAIRY1
And cloudy-looking woods 1 162 42 FAIRY2
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 183 13 IRENE1
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 187 13 IRENE2
Looking like Lethe, see! the lake 1 187 13DF IRENE2
(looking knowing.) 1 252 3d POLI
with a window open and looking into/ a garden. 1 260 4/ 5d POLI
Looking so like a lady! I’m a lady! 1 276 19 POLI
LOOKS ( 6 6)
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
But when within thy wave she looks — 1 135 7 TOPO
Death looks gigantically down. 1 200 44 CITYA
Death looks gigantically down. 1 202 29 CITYH
Thy looks are haggard — nothing so wears away 1 258 15 POLI
and looks at a watch hanging by her side.) 1 276 5d POLI
LOOM ( 1 1)
O! no — 0! no — ours never loom 1 199 8 CITYA
LORD ( 16 16)
Lord! to be grave exceeds the power of face. 1 11 64 TEMP
SAN OZZO. He’s right again. My lord, I’m going home, 1 255 58 POLI
UGO My lord! 1 255 86 POLI
UGO. My lord! — the wine? — 1 255 87 POLI
here is some wine my lord — 1 255 87 POLI
A dozen bottles, my lord. 1 255 88 POLI
My Lord! a second welcome let me give you 1 266 47 POLI
I knew your father well, my lord Politian. 1 266 55 POLI
BENITO. This way my lord! 1 267 67 POLI
BALDAZZAR. No more, my Lord, than I have told you, sir: 1 280 28 POLI
BALDAZZAR. My lord! — my friend! —— 1 280 37 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. My lord, some strange, 1 280 47 POLI
Alas! my lord, 1 281 71 POLI
And my lord he loves me well; 1 308 6 BRIDF
But, with mien of lord or lady, 1 366 40 RAVEN
I would not lord it o’er thy heart, 1 382 1 VANE
LORDLY ( 1 1)
Tell me what thy lordly name is 1 366 47 RAVEN
LORDSHIP ( 5 5)
His lordship’s chambers — show his lordship to them! 1 267 66 POLI
His lordship is unwell! 1 267 67 POLI
’Tis as you say — his lordship is unwell. 1 267 69 POLI
Follow his lordship. He must be unwell. 1 267 72 POLI
Of quarrel between your lordship and himself 1 279 21 POLI
LORDSHIP’S ( 2 2)
His lordship’s chambers — show his lordship to them! 1 267 66 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Your lordship’s pleasure 1 271 113 POLI
LORE ( 8 7)
Pages of early lore upon, 1 48 109 TAMF
Some page of early lore upon, 1 56 82 TAMH
With more of sov’reignty than ancient lore 1 77 12 STAN
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie,) 1 228 6 COLIS
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie) 1 286 7 POLI
Some human memories and tearful lore, 1 322 8 SILE
Some human memories a tearful lore, 1 322 8A SILE
volume of forgotten lore — 1 364 2 RAVEN
LOSE ( 3 3)
And lose no time about it — be quick — get up! 1 284 106 POLI
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
LOSING ( 1 1)
A thousand hearts — losing at length her own. 1 261 23 POLI
LOSS ( 1 1)
This wonderful plan, without danger or loss, 1 378 5 WALL
LOST ( 8 8)
By what it lost for passion — Heav’n. 1 30 107 TAMA
O craving heart for the lost flowers 1 45 21 TAMF
O craving heart, for the lost flowers 1 54 21 TAMH
and is lost in the contemplation of the jewels 1 276 3d POLI
sorrow for the lost Lenore — 1 365 10 RAVEN
and forget this lost Lenore!” 1 368 83 RAVEN
lost in a f fog-bank I 1 394 2 MODD
’T is the vault of thy lost Ulalume!” 1 418 81 ULA
LOT ( 13 12)
God help me, it has been my lot to know, 1 11 60 TEMP
And murmur’d at such lowly lot! 1 33 207 TAMA
And murmur’d at such lowly lot; 1 42 207 TAMB
For in those days it was my lot 1 47 79 TAMF
Its joy — its little lot of pain 1 57 119 TAMH
And murmur’d at such lowly lot — 1 58 132 TAMH
In youth’s spring, it was my lot 1 84 1 LAKEA
In spring of youth it was my lot 1 85 1 LAKEF
In youth’s spring it was my lot 1 85 1BCE LAKEF
In the terror of my lot 1 131 36 SHOULD
O! I care not that my earthly lot 1 136 1 TOMB
I heed not that my earthly lot 1 137 1 TOMD
But should some urgent fate (untimely lot!) 1 322 12 SILE
LOTUS ( 1 1)
And Valisnerian lotus thither flown 1 102 74 ALAAR
LOUD ( 7 6)
Is not its form — its voice — most palpable and loud? 1 107 47 ALAAR
Thus on the coffin loud and long 1 206 28.1A PAEAN
“Prophetic sounds and loud, arise forever 1 229 34 COLIS
So loud, so lady-like, and so commanding! 1 278 62 POLI
Prophetic sounds and loud arise forever 1 287 41 POLI
Wakening the broad welkin with his loud battle cry; 1 341 2 CAMP
Hear the loud alarum bells — 1 436 36 BELLSEG
LOUDER ( 2 1)
somewhat louder than before. 1 366 32 RAVEN
something louder than before. 1 366 32W RAVEN
LOUDLY ( 2 2)
(more loudly.) 1 270 19d POLI
(Voice loudly.) 1 271 25d POLI
LOUISE ( 1 1)
Would hope to utter. Ah, Marie Louise! 1 406 16 MARA
LOV’D ( 8 7)
I lov’d — and O, how tenderly! 1 30 108 TAMA
I lov’d her as an angel might 1 31 154 TAMA
Tho’ lov’d, and loving — let it pass. — 1 36 298 TAMA
I lov’d thee as an angel might, 1 41 154 TAMB
Of her who lov’d a mortal — and so died. 1 101 47 ALAAR
And all I lov’d — I lov’d alone — 1 146 8 ALONE
False friends! ye lov’d her for her wealth 1 335 208 LENA
LOVE ( 144 116)
Yes! she (was] worthy of all love! 1 30 109 TAMA
We grew in age, and love together, 1 30 120 TAMA
Our earthly life, and love — and all. 1 31 143 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love! 1 31 144 TAMA
For passionate love is still divine: 1 31 153 TAMA
The love he plighted then — again, 1 35 280 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love — 1 41 144 TAMB
The which I could not love the less, 1 47 81 TAMF
Nor love, Ada! tho’ it were thine. 1 48 95 TAMF
Was she not worthy of all love? 1 48 113 TAMF
Love as in infancy was mine — 1 48 114 TAMF
We grew in age and love together, 1 49 123 TAMF
O human love! thou spirit given 1 51 183 TAMF
My home — my hope — my early love, 1 52 214 TAMF
I wander’d of the idol, Love, 1 52 227 TAMF
O, she was worthy of all love! 1 56 86 TAMH
Love — as in infancy was mine — 1 56 87 TAMH
We grew in age — and love — together — 1 56 96 TAMH
Yet more than worthy of the love 1 57 112 TAMH
O, human love! thou spirit given, 1 59 177 TAMH
I wandered of the idol, Love, 1 61 232 TAMH
The world all love before thee: 1 66 4 SONG
The world all love before thee. 1 66 16 SONG
I have been happy — and I love the theme — 1 69 28 DREA
Of Paradise and Love — and all our own! 1 69 33 DREA
The smile of love — soft friendship’s charm — 1 81 12.1B HAPP
The which I could not love the less; 1 84 3 LAKEA
Nor Love — although the Love were thine. 1 86 17 LAKEF
Nor Love — altho’ the Love be thine: 1 86 17C LAKEF
How should he love thee? or how deem thee wise, 1 91 5 SCI
How shall he love thee? or how deem thee wise, 1 91 SBC SCI
That list our Love, and deck our bowers — 1 100 13 ALAAR
Where all my love is folly and the crowd 1 104 135 ALAAR
Our faith to one love — and one moon adore — 1 105 153 ALAAR
(O! how, without you, Love! 1 109 88 ALAAR
Those kisses of true love 1 109 90 ALAAR
And true love caresses — 1 109 96 ALAAR
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
Unguided Love hath fallen — 1 112 181 ALAAR
A dreamer in the moonbeam by his love: 1 112 185 ALAAR
To his love-haunted heart and melancholy. 1 112 189 ALAAR
Here sate he with his love — his dark eye bent 1 112 194 ALAAR
On flowers, before, and mist, and love they ran 1 113 208 ALAAR
And woman’s loveliness — and passionate love.” 1 114 230 ALAAR
We came, my love; around, above, below, 1 114 247 ALAAR
That years of love have been forgot 1 136 3 TOMB
That years of love have been forgot 1 137 3 TOMD
I cannot be, love, alone. 1 137 20A TOMB
Besides my innate love of contradiction; 1 148 6 ELIZA
“Love not” — thou sayest it in so sweet a way: 1 149 2 ACROS
To cure his love — was cured of all beside — 1 150 8 ACROS
His wit to love — his wine to fire — 1 157 26 INTRO
I fell in love with melancholy, 1 157 28 INTRO
I could not love except where Death 1 157 31 INTRO
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
Blushes with love — 1 173 9 ISRA
Where Love is a grown god — 1 174 19 ISRA
Thy grief — if any — thy love 1 174 31 ISRA
Blushes with love, 1 175 11 ISRG
Where Love is a grown God — 1 176 25C ISRG
Thy grief, thy joy, thy hate, thy love, 1 176 37 ISRG
When winged visions love to lie 1 183 3 IRENE1
At least as long as Love doth weep: 1 184 42 IRENE1
My love, she sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 188 45 IRENE2
And they love her — that she died. 1 206 12 PAEAN
And I am drunk with love 1 206 23 PAEAN
Thy life and love are riven, 1 206 34A PAEAN
Thou wast that all to me, love, 1 214 1 PARA
Thou wast all to me, love, 1 214 1A PARA
Thou wast all that to me, love, 1 214 1KMP PARA
A green isle in the sea, love, 1 214 3 PARA
From Love — to titled age and crime, 1 215 20.3CEGLQ PARA
From Love, and from our misty clime 1 215 20.SB PARA
Of fervent prayer and humble love, 1 217 .3A-D HYMN
Thy love did guide to thine and thee; 1 217 8A-D HYMN
Sees in the sea a second love: 1 222 10 SERE
Enthralling love, my Adeline. 1 223 17 SERE
In every deed shall mingle, love. 1 223 25 SERE
(Thirst for the springs of love that in thee lie,) 1 228 6A COLIS
And love — a duty. 1 235 8 THOUA
And love — a simple duty. 1 235 8 THOUF
And love, no more than duty. 1 235 8 THOUJ
Forever — and love a duty. 1 235 8BC THOUJ
And love of thee — a duty. 1 235 8D THOUJ
Gave it her as a token of his love 1 252 119 POLI
DI BROGLIO. The same, my love. 1 259 45 POLI
DI BROGLIO. Far from it, love. 1 259 53 POLI
And think of me! — think of my trusting love 1 263 87 POLI
LALAGE. And dost thou speak of love 1 272 1 POLI
To me, Politian? — dost thou speak of love 1 272 2 POLI
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
Thou askest me if I could speak of love, 1 272 10 POLI
Sweet Lalage, I love thee — love thee — love thee; 1 272 14 POLI
Thro’ good and ill — thro’ weal and wo I love thee. 1 272 15 POLI
Thrills with intenser love than I for thee. 1 272 17 POLI
Within my spirit for thee. And do I love? 1 272 20 POLI
Even for thy woes I love thee — even for thy woes — 1 272 21 POLI
Do I not love — art thou not beautiful — 1 273 34 POLI
POLITIAN. My Lalage — my love! why art thou moved? 1 274 59 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
My own, my beautiful, my love, my wife, 1 274 84 POLI
That his love I have requited — 1 308 22 BRIDA
Low lies thy love Lenore! 1 335 14 LENA
low lies thy love, Lenore! 1 336 4 LENK
We both have found a life-long love; 1 382 5 VANE
A love which shall be passion-free, 1 382 9 VANE
With Love to rule our hearts supreme 1 382 15 VANE
Deep in earth my love is lying 1 396 1 DEEP
With love in her luminous eyes.” 1 417 50 ULA
That gave out, in return for the love-light, 1 445 12 TOHEL
How fathomless a capacity for love! 1 446 47 TOHEL
A dream of the love 1 458 69AB ANNIE
(Knowing her love) 1 459 87 ANNIE
(With her love at my breast) 1 459 91 ANNIE
Of the love of my Annie — 1 459 100 ANNIE
Can find, among their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHB
Can find, amid their burning terms of love, 1 467 3 MOTHC
Than to love and be loved by me. 1 477 6 LEEA
But we loved with a love that was more than love — 1 477 9 LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 477 11 LEEA
With a love that the wingcl seraphs in Heaven 1 477 11B LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11C-HJK LEEA
With a love that the wingcl seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11F LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11G LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11L LEEA
Than to love and be loved by me. 1 478 6 LEEE
But we loved with a love that was more than love — 1 478 9 LEEE
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 478 27 LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11 LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 479 11A LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 479 118 LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11F LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11G LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11L LEEE
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 479 27 LEEE


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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)