Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (ON through OR),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 391-402 (This material is protected by copyright)


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ON ( 267 221)
Weary, I laid me on a couch to rest — 1 6 2 POET
What shall be done? I’ll lay it on the table, 1 10 23 TEMP
Their bright eyes on his Tom and Jerry brim 1 11 66 TEMP
Those eyes won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68 TEMP
Those won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68D TEMP
The fever’d diadem on my brow 1 27 31 TAMA
Nightly their dews on my young head; 1 28 40 TAMA
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 30 114 TAMA
I’d throw me on her throbbing breast, 1 30 130 TAMA
When on the mountain peak alone, 1 31 147 TAMA
We walk’d together on the crown 1 33 214 TAMA
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 33 217 TAMA
The flush on her bright cheek, to me, 1 34 230 TAMA
And hurried madly on my way: 1 36 300 TAMA
Dim! tho’ looking on all bright! 1 37 322 TAMA
For the flight on Earth to Fancy giv’n, 1 37 325 TAMA
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand, 1 37 327 TAMA
With victory, on victory, 1 37 335 TAMA
My eyes were still on pomp and power, 1 38 355 TAMA
But as I wander’d on the way 1 38 364 TAMA
Shine on his path, in her high noon; 1 38 377 TAMA
There met me on its threshold stone 1 39 396 TAMA
When, on the mountain peak alone, 1 41 147 TAMB
Which knows (believe! for now on me 1 42 189 TAMB
We walk’d together on the crown 1 43 214 TAMB
Of rock & forest on the hills; 1 43 217 TAMB
The flush on her bright cheek to me 1 43 230 TAMB
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand! 1 44 327 TAMB
The fever’d diadem on my brow, 1 46 32 TAMF
On mountain soil I first drew life — 1 46 39 TAMF
Like moonlight on my spirit fell, 1 48 101 TAMF
Are shadows on the unstable wind. 1 48 107 TAMF
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 49 117 TAMF
But turn’d on me her quiet eye. 1 49 138 TAMF
We walk’d together on the crown 1 50 151 TAMF
Of rock and forest on the hills — 1 50 154 TAMF
On earth of all we hope in Heaven! 1 51 184 TAMF
The fever’d diadem on my brow 1 54 28 TAMH
On mountain soil I first drew life: 1 54 35 TAMH
Are —— shadows on th’ unstable wind: 1 56 80 TAMH
On which my every hope and thought 1 56 90 TAMH
I’d throw me on her throbbing breast, 1 57 106 TAMH
But turn’d on me her quiet eye! 1 57 111 TAMH
But turned on me her quiet eye! 1 57 111E TAMH
When, on the mountain peak, alone, 1 57 114 TAMH
We walk’d together on the crown 1 58 139 TAMH
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 58 142 TAMH
The flush on her bright cheek, to me 1 58 151 TAMH
Look ’round thee now on Samarcandl — 1 59 165 TAMH
On Earth, of all we hope in Heaven! 1 59 178 TAMH
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
I saw thee on thy bridal day — 1 66 1 SONG
I saw thee on the bridal day — 1 66 1A SONG
Was all on Earth my aching sight 1 66 7 SONG
Was all on Earth my chain’d sight 1 66 7A SONG
Was all on Earth my fetter’d sight 1 66 7C SONG
Who saw thee on that bridal day, 1 66 13 SONG
Who saw the on that bridal day, 1 66 13A SONG
And hath been ever, on the chilly earth, 1 68 7 DREA
Its image on my spirit, or the moon 1 69 23 DREA
Shone on my slumbers in her lofty noon 1 69 24 DREA
Alone of all on earth — unknown 1 71 2 SPIRA
Her beam on the waves. 1 74 8 STAR
On her cold smile; 1 74 10 STAR
With a sigh as it pass’d on: 1 75 18 IMIT
But now, abroad on the wide earth, 1 79 .3A ADRE
On things around him with a ray 1 79 7 ADRE
The venom thou hest pour’d on me — 1 81 11 HAPP
For on its wing was dark alloy 1 82 21 HAPP
Her world lay lolling on the golden air, 1 100 17 ALAAR
It lit on hills Achaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34 ALAAR
It lit on hills Archaian, and there dwelt) 1 100 34C ALAAR
On the fair Capo Deucato, and sprang 1 101 44 ALAAR
And fell on gardens of the unforgiven 1 101 53H ALAAR
And fell on gardens of the unforgiven 1 101 55 ALAAR
In Trebizond — and on a sunny flower 1 101 56 ALAAR
And that aspiring flower that sprang on Earth — 1 102 70 ALAAR
A sound of silence on the startled ear 1 104 124 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
Such as the drowsy shepherd on his bed 1 105 2 ALAAR
The single-mooned eve! — on Earth we plight 1 105 152 ALAAR
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthen’d air, 1 106 12 ALAAR
Of gorgeous columns on th’ unburthened air, 1 106 12B ALAAR
Sat gently on these columns as a crown — 1 106 21 ALAAR
But on the pillars Seraph eyes have seen 1 106 28 ALAAR
That stealeth ever on the ear of him 1 107 44 ALAAR
Who, musing, gazeth on the distance dim. 1 107 45 ALAAR
On the stars which your wonder 1 108 74 ALAAR
Who calls on you now — 1 108 79 ALAAR
They are light on the tresses, 1 109 98 ALAAR
But lead on the heart. 1 109 99 ALAAR
But hang on the heart. 1 109 99CE ALAAR
On the breezes to toss? 1 109 105 ALAAR
Incumbent on night 1 109 108 ALAAR
(As she on the air) 1 109 109 ALAAR
On the harmony there? 1 109 111 ALAAR
On its margin is sleeping 1 110 138 ALAAR
On moorland and lea — 1 110 143 ALAAR
Go! breathe on their slumber, 1 111 144 ALAAR
Young dreams still hovering on their drowsy flight — 1 111 158 ALAAR
A gazer on the lights that shine above — 1 112 184 ALAAR
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 112 193 ALAAR
On th’ Arabesque carving of a gilded hall 1 113 204 ALAAR
Wherein I sate, and on the draperied wall — 1 113 205 ALAAR
Wherein I sate, and on the drapried wall — 1 113 205CE ALAAR
And on my eye-lids — O the heavy light! 1 113 206 ALAAR
On flowers, before, and mist, and love they ran 1 113 208 ALAAR
Ianthe, beauty crowded on me then, 1 113 225 ALAAR
Sprang from her station, on the winds apart, 1 114 235 ALAAR
A red Daedalion on the timid Earth. 1 114 244 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
Through gazing on the unquiet sky. 1 128 15 ROMG
Through gazing on th’ unquiet sky. 1 128 15AB ROMG
Thro’ gazing on the unquiet sky! 1 128 15C ROMG
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 128 17C ROMG
O God! on my funereal mind 1 132 7 BOWERS
Like starlight on a pall — 1 132 8 BOWERS
For in my heart, as on thy stream, 1 135 11A* TOPO
Lie dead on my heart-strings 1 137 15 TOMB
On my grave is growing or grown — 1 137 18 TOMB
With its centre on the crown 1 140 16 FAIRY1
Over spirits on the wing — 1 140 23 FAIRY1
O’er spirits on the wing 1 140 23A FAIRY1
Light on the lightning’s silver wing. 1 157 18 INTRO
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 157 36 INTRO
Thro’ gazing on the unquiet sky! 1 157 39 INTRO
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 157 41 INTRO
On violet couches faint away. 1 160 15 MYST
Like unto what on earth we see: 1 160 17 MYST
On the sweetest air doth float 1 160 20 MYST
My soul is lolling on thy sighs! 1 161 6 FAIRY2
On which it trembles and lies 1 162 36 FAIRY2
With its centre on the crown 1 162 52 FAIRY2
On desperate seas long wont to roam, 1 166 6 HELF
As long as — tears on Memory’s eye: 1 184 44 IRENE1
On the clear waters there that flow, 1 184 57 IRENE1
On the quiet Asphodel. 1 192 26 NISA
Low crouched on Earth, some violets lie, 1 193 42 NISB
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
Are on a level with the waves — 1 200 32 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
On seas less hideously serene. 1 202 41 CITYH
On oceans not so sad-serene. 1 202 41C CITYH
Her friends are gazing on her, 1 206 5 PAEAN
And on her gaudy bier, 1 206 6 PAEAN
Thus on the coffin loud and long 1 206 28.1A PAEAN
From more than fiends on earth, 1 206 33 PAEAN
But waft thee on thy flight, 1 207 39 PAEAN
“On! on!” — but o’er the Past 1 214 11 PARA
To sands on the sea-shore, 1 214 18A PARA
At rest on ocean’s brilliant dies 1 222 5 SERE
And on the spectral mountain’s crown 1 223 12 SERE
Sleep on, sleep on, another hour — 1 224 1 SLEEP
Sleep on, sleep on, like sculptured thing, 1 224 5 SLEEP
Sleep on, sleep on, some fairy dream 1 224 17 SLEEP
Thus trembled on thy tongue my name. 1 225 6 FANNY
A victim on love’s altar slain, 1 226 17 FANNY
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
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder 1 228 21.2A-DFK 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
an a wine-table some candles burnt/ to the socket. 1 248 2/ 3d POLI
and on the/ table. 1 248 4/ 5d POLI
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
BENITO. We may: the sin sits heavy on his soul 1 249 43 POLI
On the despair of the young lady Lalage. 1 250 61 POLI
Who play’d on the guitar! most excellent wine! 1 250 66 POLI
The middle — the fore — no on the little finger 1 251 88 POLI
What’s that you have on your shoulder? 1 256 107 POLI
(places her hand on his shoulder) 1 258 30d POLI
on/ which lie some books and a hand mirror. 1 260 5/ 6d POLI
(re-enter JACINTA, and throwi-a volume on the table.) 1 261 27d POLI
Which hangs like chains of pearls on Hermon hill.” 1 261 34 POLI
On yesterday we were speaking of the Earl? 1 264 3 POLI
(draws a cross-handled dagger and raises it on high.) 1 264 13d POLI
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
Thus on my bended knee I answer thee. 1 272 13 POLI
Not mother, with her first born on her knee, 1 272 16 POLI
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
By all I scorn on earth and hope in heaven — 1 273 38 POLI
(Seats herself on a bank 1 276 18d POLI
and arranges it on the floor 1 277 31d POLI
Thus on my bended knee. It were most fitting 1 282 77 POLI
Have seized on human brains, still not believing 1 283 62 POLI
Called him a coward on yesterday forenoon, 1 283 67 POLI
To see you on your legs, — a little stiff 1 285 124 POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 22.1Ax POLI
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
On bed of moss lies gloating the foul adder: 1 286 28 POLI
Here where on golden throne the monarch lolled 1 286 29 POLI
The corsiet on his bosom bold 1 301 3 PARO
Was the lance which he proudly wav’d on high. 1 302 10 PARO
The ring is on my hand, 1 307 1 BRIDA
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 307 2 BRIDA
The ring is on my hand, 1 308 1 BRIDF
And the wreath is on my brow; 1 308 2 BRIDF
Lo! the ring is on my hand, 1 308 25 BRIDA
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 308 26 BRIDA
On its roof did float and flow — 1 315 10 HAUNT
Mimes, in the form of God on high, 1 325 9 WORM
Floats on the Stygian river! 1 334 4B LENA
See, on yon drear 1 335 12 LENA
a saintly soul floats on the Stygian river: — 1 336 2 LENK
See! on yon drear and rigid bier 1 336 4 LENK
But waft the angel on her flight 1 336 47 LENA
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 21C-GL LENK
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 26 LENK
As he sails on his pinions o’er valley and sea. 1 342 4 CAMP
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 343 4 ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 20.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 38.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 345 54 ROUTE
on the Night’s Plutonian shore!” 1 366 47 RAVEN
on the placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55 RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
On the morrow he will leave me, 1 367 59 RAVEN
On the cushion’s velvet lining 1 368 76 RAVEN
tinkled on the tufted floor. 1 368 80 RAVEN
tinkled on the tufted floor. 1 368 80ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
on this desert land enchanted — 1 368 87 RAVEN
On this home by Horror haunted — 1 368 88 RAVEN
On the pallid bust of Pallas 1 369 104 RAVEN
throws his shadow on the floor; 1 369 106 RAVEN
that lies floating on the floor 1 369 107 RAVEN
Upon the open page on which are peering 1 389 13 VALA
While, on dreams relying, 1 399 6 LOU
Of all who, on Despair’s unhallowed bed 1 400 8 MLS
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
She rolls through on ether of sighs — 1 417 40B ULA
She has seen that the tears are not dry on 1 417 42 ULA
To shine on us with her bright eyes — 1 417 48 ULA
Let us on, by this tremulous light! 1 417 62 ULA
On the door of this legended tomb?” 1 418 79 ULA
On this very night of last year, 1 418 86 ULA
On this night, of all nights in the year, 1 418 89 ULA
On the moon! 1 436 24 BELLSEG
On the Future! — how it tells 1 436 29 BELLSEG
On the bosom of the palpitating air! 1 437 56F-J BELLSEG
On the human heart a stone — 1 437 85/ BELLSEG
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 11 TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 11CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 14 TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 14CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of the roses, 1 445 19 TOHEL
Fell on the faces of the upturned ’roses, 1 445 19C TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of the roses, 1 445 19D TOHEL
And on thine own, upturn’d — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20 TOHEL
And on thine own, upturned — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20CD TOHEL
Was it not Fate, that, on this July midnight — 1 445 21 TOHEL
To sleep on her breast — 1 458 76 ANNIE
ONCE ( 23 22)
His form once seen becomes a part of sight, 1 11 70 TEMP
There rose a fountain once, and there 1 39 401 TAMA
’Twas once and only once and the wild hour 1 69 19 DREA
At once — and so will I. 1 131 26 SHOULD
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 192 17 NISA
Once it smil’d a silent dell 1 192 17B NISA
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 195 1 NISE
At once the shame and glory of our age, 1 221 8 ENIGMA
Once more an ancient tragic bard recall, 1 222 13 ENIGMA
As tell me, Sir, at once what is’t you mean. 1 265 12 POLI
Once more that silent tongue.” 1 271 104 POLI
have at thee then at once, 1 281 58 POLI
Set him a laughing once, and he’ll forget 1 283 68 POLI
Was once the locust’s coat of gold, 1 301 4 PARO
At sight of thee and thine at once awake! 1 311 4 ZANTE
Once a fair and stately palace — 1 315 3 HAUNT
Once upon a midnight dreary, 1 364 1 RAVEN
Here once, through an alley Titanic, 1 416 10 ULA
(Though once we had journeyed down here) 1 416 27 ULA
Through all the flimsy things we see at once 1 425 3 DUNCE
I saw thee once — once only — years ago: 1 445 1 TOHEL
ONE ( 114 92)
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
But, taking one by each hand, merely growl. 1 10 28 TEMP
I don’t remember one, upon my soul, 1 10 43 TEMP
For at a ball what fair one can escape 1 11 55 TEMP
One of these fish, par excellence the beau, 1 11 59 TEMP
One settled fact is better than ten sages. 1 11 78 TEMP
Of one whom in life I made 1 27 20 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who, then — 1 29 82 TAMA
One object — and but one — until 1 29 99 TAMA
At one upbraiding word or token 1 33 201 TAMA
But one, whom phantasy had led 1 34 250 TAMA
That they shall stoop in life to one 1 35 261 TAMA
Perforce, a passing thought of one, 1 35 274 TAMA
One noon of a bright summer’s day 1 35 283 TAMA
Of one, in whom they did rejoice — 1 37 343 TAMA
To those whose spirits hark’n) as one 1 38 373 TAMA
As the portrait of one after death; 1 39 380 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who then, 1 40 82 TAMB
One object, and but one, until t 3 1 41 99 TAMB
At one upbraiding word or token 1 42 201 TAMB
But one whom Phantasy had thrown 1 44 250 TAMB
From one in whom they did rejoice — 1 45 343 TAMB
But, father, there liv’d one who then — 1 47 73 TAMF
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 52 204 TAMF
(’Mid dreams of one unholy night) 1 55 42E TAMH
But, father, there liv’d one who, then, 1 56 69 TAMH
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 60 198 TAMH
Whose waning is the dreariest one — 1 60 208 TAMH
Of one whom I had earlier known — 1 60 218 TAMH
Not one, of all the crowd, to pry 1 72 3 SPIRD
In youth have I known one with whom the Earth 1 77 1 STAN
And late to ours, the favour’d one of God — 1 100 25 ALAAR
Link’d to a little system, and one sun — 1 104 134 ALAAR
Our faith to one love — and one moon adore — 1 105 153 ALAAR
A window of one circular diamond, there, 1 106 22 ALAAR
My beautiful one! 1 109 101 ALAAR
It trembled to one constant star again. 1 112 197ACE ALAAR
One half the garden of her globe was flung 1 113 222 ALAAR
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceased to soar 1 114 237 ALAAR
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceas’d to soar 1 114 237CE ALAAR
That the tremor of one kiss 1 136 11A TOMB
One more filmy than the rest 1 140 12 FAIRY1
Being ignorant of one important rule, 1 148 12 ELIZA
Lo! one is coming down 1 162 51 FAIRY2
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
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 65B IRENE1
That bed for one more melancholy. 1 185 66 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
This bed for one more melancholy, 1 188 41 IRENE2
This room for one more melancholy, 1 188 41DE IRENE2
One and all, too far away? 1 191 68 NISA
One by one from the tree top 1 192 33 NISA
And one by one, from out their tops 1 193 45 NISB
Ah, one by one, from off their stems 1 193 47 NISB
We, with one warrior have slain! 1 219 3 LATIN
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 4 TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 4A TOF
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
Not even one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4B TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4C TOF
(All of her jewels! — every one of them!) 1 252 115 POLI
Spite of myself. One can’t be angry with him 1 255 65 POLI
For the life of one. After all I don’t see why 1 255 66 POLI
As of one who entered madly into life, 1 259 59 POLI
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand in the words of the play — 1 261 16 POLI
Thus speaketh one in the words of the play — 1 261 16Av POLI
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand i’ the words of the play — 1 261 16C POLI
“She died full young” — one Bossola answers him — 1 261 17 POLI
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
Miraculously found by one of Genoa — 1 274 67 POLI
And let me hear thy voice — one word — one word, 1 275 95 POLI
To say thou art not gone, — one little sentence, 1 275 96 POLI
upon one/ of her hands, which is ungloved. 1 276 3/ 4d POLI
This time and dark — one, two, three, four, five, six! 1 276 9 POLI
About her — not a tittle! One would have thought 1 277 30 POLI
To one with such an air of condescension. 1 277 33 POLI
And ten of Genoa velvet — one, two, three, 1 277 52 POLI
One in a thousand for a dainty curtsey. 1 278 67 POLI
Or one more worthy Italy, methinks 1 279 17 POLI
One of the last importance. Do you not think 1 284 97 POLI
Body and Soul. One dwells in lonely places, 1 322 6 SILE
Body and Soul. One dwells in desert places, 1 322 6A SILE
As of some one gently rapping, 1 364 4 RAVEN
As of some one gently tapping, 1 364 4G RAVEN
That one word, as if his soul 1 367 56 RAVEN
in that one word he did outpour. 1 367 56 RAVEN
till his songs one burden bore — 1 367 64 RAVEN
till his song one burden bore — 1 367 64H RAVEN
Nor would I rob one loyal thought, 1 382 3 VANE
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 389 11 VALA
If one could merely understand the plot. 1 389 12 VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 389 12BC VALA
Which one might not undo without a sabre, 1 390 11 VALG
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 390 110 VALG
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 390 12 VALG
One from the pitiless wave? 1 452 22 TAKE
The angels, whispering to one another, 1 467 2 MOTHB
Devoutly singing unto one another, 1 467 2 MOTHC
Are mother to the one I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHB
Are thus more precious than the one I knew, 1 467 12 MOTHC
ONLY ( 33 27)
The only feeling which possest, 1 34 245 TAMA
’Twas once and only once and the wild hour 1 69 19 DREA
Each hour before us — but then only bid 1 78 22 STAN
Only to be overcast! 1 214 9A PARA
You’re not to have the wine, only your choice. 1 256 99 POLI
Only to think of that! a tub of ashes! 1 257 121 POLI
There’s Ugo says the ring is only paste, 1 262 51 POLI
Sees only, through 1 335 17 LENA
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 343 2 ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 20.2A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 344 38.2A ROUTE
Haunted by ill angels only, 1 345 52 ROUTE
Only this and nothing more.” 1 365 6 RAVEN
Only this and nothing more.” 1 365 18Q RAVEN
And the only word there spoken 1 365 28 RAVEN
on the placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55 RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
is its only stock and store 1 367 62 RAVEN
The only king by right divine 1 384 1 KING
I have a little stepson of only three years old. 1 393 19 MODC
Two gentle sounds made only to be murmured 1 406 8 MARA
Italian tones made only to be murmured 1 407 8 MARB
To where the prospect terminates — thee only. 1 407 32 MARA
To where the prospect terminates — thee only. 1 408 27 MARB
They can only shriek, shriek, 1 436 42 BELLSEG
I saw thee once — once only — years ago: 1 445 1 TOHEL
Save only thee and me. (Oh, Heaven! — oh, God! 1 445 26 TOHEL
Save only thee and me. I paused — I looked — 1 445 28 TOHEL
Save only the divine light in thine eyes — 1 446 37 TOHEL
I saw but them — saw only them for hours — 1 446 40 TOHEL
Saw only them until the moon went down. 1 446 41 TOHEL
Didst glide away. Only thine eyes. remained. 1 446 51 TOHEL
Didst glide way. Only thine eyes remained. 1 446 51E TOHEL
ONT ( 1 0)
Ont of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35D ULA
ONWARD ( 2 0)
“Onward!” while o’er the Past 1 214 11A-G PARA
“Onward!” — but o’er the Past 1 214 11LQZ PARA
OPAL’D ( 1 1)
And all the opal’d air in color bound. 1 101 41 ALAAR
OPAQUE ( 1 1)
Stable, opaque, immortal — all by dint 1 425 13 DUNCE
OPEN ( 15 11)
With casement open to the skies, 1 184 23 IRENE1
Her casement open to the skies! 1 184 24C IRENE1
“To open thy window to the night, 1 184 32 IRENE1
With casement open to the skies 1 187 16.IDE IRENE2
(Her casement open to the skies) 1 187 16.2FGH IRENE2
This window open to the night? 1 187 19 IRENE2
This lattice open to the night? 1 187 19DEF IRENE2
There open temples — open graves 1 200 31 CITYA
There open fanes and gaping graves 1 202 30 CITYH
with a window open and looking into/ a garden. 1 260 4/ 5d POLI
Open here I flung the shutter, 1 366 37 RAVEN
Upon the open page on which are peering 1 389 13 VALA
Threshold of the wide-open gate of Dreams, 1 407 27 MARA
Threshold of the wide-open gate of dreams, 1 408 22 MARB
OPENED ( 1 1)
here I opened wide the door; 1 365 23 RAVEN
OPENING ( 3 3)
And she would mark the opening skies, 1 49 127 TAMF
And she would mark the opening skies, 1 57 100 TAMH
And, thro’ the opening left, as soon 1 161 21 FAIRY2
OPENLY ( 2 2)
(I speak thus openly to thee, 1 32 182 TAMA
May not — dare not openly view it; 1 345 44 ROUTE
OPIATE ( 1 1)
An opiate vapour, dewy, dim, 1 187 3 IRENE2
OPINION ( 2 2)
Oh Times! Oh Manners! It is my opinion 1 9 1 TEMP
We differed in opinion touching him. 1 26S 14 POLI
OP’NING ( 1 1)
And she would mark the op’ning skies, 1 30 124 TAMA
OPPORTUNITY ( 1 1)
I’ll take the opportunity of sending 1 255 62 POLI
OPPRESS ( 3 3)
The livelong summer day, oppress 1 33 212 TAMA
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 212 TAMB
The minute — the hour — the day — oppress 1 58 137 TAMH
OPPRESS’D ( 2 2)
Last night, with many cares and toils oppress’d, 1 6 1 POET
The undying hope which now oppress’d 1 44 245 TAMB
OPPRESSES ( 3 2)
Baldazzar, it oppresses me like a spell! 1 269 55 POLI
Oppresses me! 1 286 12 POLI
Oppresses me! with awe. Ye Memories! 1 286 12Ax POLI
OPPRESSIVE ( 1 1)
This air is most oppressive! — Madam — the Duke! 1 259 37 POLI
OR ( 109 101)
For men have none at all, or bad at least; 1 9 4 TEMP
To take things seriously or all in jest; 1 9 12 TEMP
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
Nor deal in flattery or aspersions foul, 1 10 27 TEMP
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
Or thought, save of the passing scene. — 1 29 77 TAMA
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 32 175 TAMA
At one upbraiding word or token 1 33 201 TAMA
Or thought save of the passing scene. 1 40 77 TAMB
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 42 175 TAMB
At one upbraiding word or token 1 42 201 TAMB
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 45 6 TAMF
Of pleasure or of pain — 1 49 142 TAMF
A rebel or a Bajazet? 1 51 178 TAMF
In a night — or in a day — 1 53 240 TAMF
In a vision — or in none — 1 53 241 TAMF
I have no time to dote or dream: 1 54 6 TAMH
Or spell had bound me — ’twas the chilly wind 1 69 21 DREA
Its image on my spirit, or the moon 1 69 23 DREA
Too coldly — or the stars — howe’er it was 1 69 25 DREA
Hath ever told — or is it of a thought 1 77 13 STAN
Could teach or bribe me to define — 1 86 16 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 5BC SCI
Or (music of the passion-hearted) 1 100 7 ALAAR
In many a star-lit grove, or moon-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
Or tufted wild spray 1 108 69 ALAAR
Or, capriciously still, 1 109 106 ALAAR
That Truth is Falsehood — or that Bliss is Woe? 1 111 167 ALAAR
Awoke that slept — or knew that he was there. 1 113 213 ALAAR
Awoke that slept — or knew that it was there. 1 113 213CE ALAAR
In a night — or in a day — 1 131 14 SHOULD
In a vision — or in none — 1 131 15 SHOULD
Or that the thrill of a single kiss 1 136 11 TOMB
On my grave is growing or grown — 1 137 18 TOMB
Or a yellow Albatross. 1 141 34 FAIRY1
From the torrent, or the fountain — 1 146 13 ALONE
It was my choice or chance or curse 1 147 1 LEA
To adopt the cause for better or worse 1 147 2 LEA
The muses thro’ their bowers of Truth or Fiction, 1 148 8 ELIZA
In vain those words from thee or L. E. L. 1 149 3 ACROS
Or Hymen, Time, and Destiny 1 157 33 INTRO
Or if an hour with calmer wing 1 157 40 INTRO
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
Or is it all but a dream, my dear? 1 161 10 FAIRY2
Or worse — upon her brow to dance 1 183 5 IRENE1
But when a week or two go by, 1 184 45 IRENE1
Or so appear — or so appear! 1 185 25.4BC IRENE1
Or the sun ray dripp’d all red 1 192 23 NISA
Or that my tone should be 1 206 17 PAEAN
Or the stricken eagle soar! 1 215 20 PARA
UGO. Sirrah! I said not so, or else I (hiccup) lied. 1 248 14 POLI
Or was, that very sure, but he’s reforming 1 250 68 POLI
Dolt I’m not sure you see — or if you see 1 251 102 POLI
Either in body or soul. When saw you last 1 253 22 POLI
Of the wine or of that. 1 256 102 POLI
The wine or the ashes! Ugo, send word to the Count 1 257 114 POLI
Of the garden. Did dream, or did I hear 1 260 66 POLI
To grieve thee or to vex thee? — I am sorry. 1 261 37 POLI
To the senate or the field. 1 268 15 POLI
Now be this Fancy, by Heaven, or be it Fate, 1 271 110 POLI
Not on God’s altar, in any time or clime, 1 272 18 POLI
Or would she, now — I ask you now, Jacinta, 1 277 35 POLI
Do you, or do you not suppose your mistress 1 277 36 POLI
Had common sense or understanding when 1 277 37 POLI
Or he would not be in a hurry — he would have stopped — 1 277 39 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
Or one more worthy Italy, methinks 1 279 17 POLI
Of any feud existing, or any cause 1 279 20 POLI
Here is no let or hindrance to thy weapon — 1 282 81 POLI
That you’re defunct — or stop suppose I say — 1 284 84 POLI
For vengeance or will never. So! the priest 1 287 55 POLI
For vengeance or will never. Behold the priest 1 287 55Ax POLI
Weep now or nevermore! 1 335 11 LENA
weep now or never more! 1 336 3 LENK
“Sir,” said I, “or Madam, truly 1 365 20 RAVEN
not a minute stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
not an instant stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39ABCEFHJLNPQU RAVEN
not a moment stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39M RAVEN
But, with mien of lord or lady, 1 366 40 RAVEN
Bird or beast upon the sculptured 1 367 53 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! — 1 368 85 RAVEN
Whether Tempter sent, or whether 1 368 86 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! 1 368 91 RAVEN
bird or fiend!” I shrieked, upstarting — 1 369 97 RAVEN
Better than banking, trade or leases — 1 378 2 WALL
This wonderful plan, without danger or loss, 1 378 5 WALL
The bright i-dea, or bright dear-eye. 1 380 4 KATE
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
Jew or I downright I upright 1 nutmegs 1 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
I cannot write — I cannot speak or think, 1 408 19 MARB
Now — now to sit, or never, 1 436 49 BELLSEG
By the sinking or the swelling 1 437 65 BELLSEG
In a night, or in a day, 1 451 7 TAKE
In a vision, or in none, 1 452 8 TAKE
All that we see or seem 1 452 10 TAKE
Is all that we see or seem 1 452 23 TAKE
Is all that I see or seem 1 452 23A TAKE
Forgetting, or never 1 458 55 ANNIE


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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)