Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (ORB through PATIENT),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 402-414 (This material is protected by copyright)


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ORB ( 3 2)
It trembled to the orb of EARTH again. 1 112 197 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
ORBED ( 1 1)
A full-orbed moon, that, like thine own soul, soaring, 1 445 4 TOHEL
ORBITS ( 1 1)
And stars, in their orbits, 1 74 3 STAR
ORBS ( 4 4)
But their red orbs, without beam, 1 71 15 SPIRA
But their red orbs, without beam, 1 72 15 SPIRD
To the proud orbs that twinkle — and so be 1 105 148 ALAAR
To those pure orbs, your heart to learn, 1 380 2 KATE
ORCHESTRA ( 1 1)
While the orchestra breathes fitfully 1 325 7 WORM
OTHER ( 17 16)
I had no other solace — then 1 36 288 TAMA
But, just like any other dream, 1 58 133 TAMH
Of what in other worlds shall be — and giv’n 1 78 25 STAN
Of other beauty glittering thro’ the light — 1 101 39 ALAAR
All other loveliness: its honied dew 1 101 52 ALAAR
All other loveliness: — ’twas dropped from Heaven 1 101 52H ALAAR
And wing to other worlds another light! 1 105 146 ALAAR
Zeno and other sages notwithstanding; 1 148 4 ELIZA
And I have other reasons for so doing 1 148 5 ELIZA
And the other listening things) 1 176 17 ISRG
The other present in? 1 256 103 POLI
The other present and let me see it? 1 256 105 POLI
And be no more Politian, but some other. 1 268 13 POLI
It’s as well now as any other time — 1 278 84 POLI
“Other friends have flown before — 1 367 58 RAVEN
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 477 5 LEEA
And this maiden she lived with no other thought 1 478 5 LEEE
OTHERS ( 4 4)
As others were — I have not seen 1 146 2 ALONE
As others saw — I could not bring 1 146 3 ALONE
And others — the ignorant, stupid, villain! — 1 276 22 POLI
While in its own all others share. 1 386 16 FSO
OTHERS’ ( 1 1)
Which has in others’ joys a part, 1 386 15 FSO
OTHERWISE ( 1 1)
Who otherwise would fall from life and Heav’n 1 78 27 STAN
OUT ( 72 60)
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 30 131 TAMA
I pass’d from out the matted bow’r 1 35 284 TAMA
I went from out the matted bow’r, 1 36 299 TAMA
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 39 394 TAMA
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 49 134 TAMF
And pour my spirit out in tears — 1 57 107 TAMH
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 60 215 TAMH
Look’d out above into the purple air, 1 106 23 ALAAR
Looked out above into the purple air, 1 106 23E ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33 ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling ventured out, 1 106 33BC ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33E ALAAR
And they put out the star-light 1 140 9 FAIRY1
How they put out the starlight 1 162 49 FAIRY2
Exhales from out her golden rim, 1 187 4 IRENE2
Flit through thy chamber in and out, 1 187 23 IRENE2
Some tomb from out whose sounding door 1 188 57 IRENE2
From out whose hollow-sounding door 1 188 570 IRENE2
Some vault from out whose sounding door 1 188 57E IRENE2
And one by one, from out their tops 1 193 45 NISB
They wave: — from out their fragrant tops 1 196 24 NISE
But light from out the lurid sea 1 199 228 CITYA
But light from out the lurid sea 1 201 14 CITYH
A voice from out the Future cries, 1 214 10 PARA
And put out the sun! 1 220 8 SONGA
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 228 16 COLIS
Out of your ugly mouth but “I see, I see"? — 1 251 101 POLI
He is a dreamer and a man shut out 1 259 63 POLI
“Begone I say this minute — get out you viper. 1 278 78 POLI
“Get out you jackass! — out you vagabond!” 1 278 79 POLI
For putting out a leg! Pray Sir proceed! 1 285 129 POLI
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 286 20 POLI
A hideous throng rush out forever 1 317 47 HAUNT
Flapping from out their Condor wings 1 325 15 WORM
A blood-red thing that writhes from out 1 326 27 WORM
Out — out are the lights — out all! 1 326 33 WORM
Out of Space — out of Time. 1 344 8 ROUTE
Take thy beak from out my heart, 1 369 101 RAVEN
And my soul from out that shadow 1 369 107 RAVEN
out of the 1 pundits 1 394 1 MODD
out of the 1 owl-eyed 1 394 1* MODD
Out of the 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2 MODD
out of a 1 fat old 1 394 5 MODD
out of a 1 pine-knot 1 1 394 6 MODD
out of the Pundits 1 394 25 MODC
Why ask? who ever yet saw money made out of a fat old 1 394 27 MODC
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
The blotting utterly from out high heaven 1 400 3 MLS
Have stirred from out the abysses of his heart 1 406 11 MARA
Have stirred from out the abysses of his heart, 1 407 11 MARB
Out of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35 ULA
And tempted her out of her gloom — 1 418 73 ULA
How they ring out their delight! — 1 435 19 BELLSEG
Oh, from out the sounding cells 1 436 25 BELLSEG
How they scream out their affright! 1 436 40 BELLSEG
Out of tune, 1 436 43 BELLSEG
From out their ghostly throats 1 437 77A-D BELLSEG
It was a July midnight; and from out 1 445 3 TOHEL
That gave out, in return for the love-light, 1 445 12 TOHEL
The pearly lustre of the moon went out: 1 446 31 TOHEL
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 477 15 LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 477 15EFH LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud by night, 1 478 25 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 478 25EFH LEEA
A wind blew out of a cloud by night 1 479 15 LEEE
A wind blew out of a cloud, chilling 1 479 15A-DGJKL LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 479 25 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL LEEE
OUTLAW ( 2 2)
A diadem’d outlaw! 1 44 336 TAMB
A diadem’d outlaw! 1 59 176 TAMH
OUTPOUR ( 2 2)
in that one word he did outpour. 1 367 S6 RAVEN
What a horror they outpour 1 436 55 BELLSEG
OUTSPREAD ( 2 2)
Lakes that endlessly outspread 1 344 17 ROUTE
By the lakes that thus outspread 1 344 21 ROUTE
OVER ( 40 35)
Democritus of Thrace, who used to toss over 1 10 16 TEMP
Her mantle over? among men 1 44 251 TAMB
Had thrown her mantle over me, 1 50 170 TAMF
Had thrown her mantle over me — 1 58 158 TAMH
O! where (and ye may seek the wide skies over) 1 112 179 ALAAR
For the tears that drip all over. 1 140 4 FAIRY1
Over hamlets, over halls, 1 140 20 FAIRY1
Over hamlets, and rich halls, 1 140 20CF FAIRY1
Over spirits on the wing — 1 140 23 FAIRY1
Over every drowsy thing — 1 140 24 FAIRY1
And over the wet grass rippled away 1 162 28 FAIRY2
For the tears that drip all over! 1 162 44 FAIRY2
Drowsily over halls — 1 162 59 FAIRY2
Over ruin’d walls — 1 163 60 FAIRY2
Over waterfalls, 1 163 61 FAIRY2
Alas! over the sea! 1 163 64 FAIRY2
Over the old forgotten grave — 1 192 32 NISA
“Over the hills and far away.” 1 193 46 NISA
Over the magic solitude. 1 195 13 NISE
Over the violets there that lie 1 196 20 NISE
Over the lilies there that wave 1 196 22 NISE
Sing a thousand over again! 1 219 5 LATIN
Who knocked over a thousand so fine 1 219 8 LATIN
To thy dress and equipage — they are over plain 1 258 24 POLI
To thy habiliments — they are over plain 1 258 24A2x POLI
(pauses — turns over some leaves, and resumes.) 1 260 20d POLI
Lean over her• and weep — two gentle maids 1 261 25 POLI
Throw over all things a gloom. 1 274 64 POLI
Throw over all things a shade. 1 274 64Ax POLI
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
Over fabric half so fair! 1 315 8 HAUNT
And, over each quivering form, 1 326 34 WORM
And, over each dying form, 1 326 34A WORM
For the dews that drip all over; 1 344 12 ROUTE
For the tears that drip all over; 1 344 12E ROUTE
Over many a quaint and curious 1 364 2 RAVEN
Till the blow is over 1 399 14 LOU
Is over at last — 1 456 4 ANNIE
“Over the Mountains 1 463 19 ELDOR
OVER-ARCHING ( 1 1)
And crystal lakes, and over-arching forests, 1 274 70 POLI
OVERCAST ( 2 1)
But to be overcast! 1 214 9 PARA
Only to be overcast! 1 214 9A PARA
OVERGONE ( 1 1)
Of the barrier overgone 1 103 90 ALAAR
OVERHEAD ( 2 1)
Thro’ the tulips overhead, 1 192 24 NISA
Thro’ tall tulips overhead, 1 192 24B NISA
OVERPOW’RING ( 1 1)
Her overpow’ring loveliness! 1 36 314 TAMA
OVERSHADOW ( 1 1)
Shall overshadow thee: be still. 1 72 10 SPIRD
OVERSPRINKLE ( 1 1)
While the stars that oversprinkle 1 435 6 BELLSEG
OWE ( 1 1)
Of all who owe thee most — whose gratitude 1 400 13 MLS
OWING ( 2 2)
Is owing to that lyre 1 174 15 ISRA
Is owing to that lyre 1 176 19 ISRG
OWL ( 2 1)
out of the 1 owl-eyed 1 394 1* MODD
Owl-downy nonsense that the faintest puff 1 425 7 DUNCE
OWL-DOWNY ( 1 1)
Owl-downy nonsense that the faintest puff 1 425 7 DUNCE
OWL-EYED ( 1 0)
out of the 1 owl-eyed 1 394 1* MODD
OWN ( 62 58)
Flounce like a fish in his own element, 1 11 50 TEMP
My own voice, silly child! was swelling 1 28 56 TAMA
Of its own self supremacy, — 1 32 181 TAMA
Of half the world, as all my own, 1 33 206 TAMA
Her own fair hand had rear’d around, 1 33 219 TAMA
Embrac’d two hamlets — those our own — 1 33 222 TAMA
A mingled feeling with my own; 1 34 229 TAMA
With her own image, my fond breast — 1 34 246 TAMA
With their own breath to fan its fire) 1 34 255 TAMA
In their own sphere — will not believe 1 35 260 TAMA
Lowly — and of their own degree — 1 35 265 TAMA
Whom she had deem’d in his own fire 1 35 275 TAMA
Her own Alexis, who should plight 1 35 279 TAMA
’Tis bliss, in its own reality, 1 36 306 TAMA
With its own living gaze upon 1 36 317 TAMA
When Fortune mark’d me for her own, 1 38 347 TAMA
In mine own Ada’s matted bow’r. 1 38 358 TAMA
Of its own self-supremacy — 1 42 181 TAMB
Of half the world as all my own 1 42 206 TAMB
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 43 229 TAMB
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 44 256 TAMB
My own voice, silly child, was swelling 1 47 55 TAMF
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 50 162 TAMF
With their own breath to fan its fire. 1 51 176 TAMF
Bow’d down with its own glory grows. 1 52 216 TAMF
My own voice, silly child! — was swelling 1 55 51 TAMH
Of half the world as all my own, 1 57 131 TAMH
My own had past, did not the beam 1 58 135 TAMH
A mingled feeling with my own — 1 58 150 TAMH
With their own breath to fan his fire. 1 58 164 TAMH
From mine own home, with beings that have been 1 68 17 DREA
Of mine own thought — what more could I have seen? 1 68 18 DREA
Of Paradise and Love — and all our own! 1 69 33 DREA
Of its own fervor — what had o’er it power. 1 77 8 STAN
Wearing its own deep feeling as a crown. 1 78 32 STAN
So like its own above that, to this hour, 1 101 57 ALAAR
A model of their own — 1 103 105 ALAAR
What tho’ in worlds which own a single sun 1 105 139 ALAAR
Of their own dissolution, while they die — 1 106 18 ALAAR
In thy own book that first thy name be writ, 1 148 3 ELIZA
In my own country all the way 1 162 30 FAIRY2
To his own native shore. 1 166 5 HELF
“Then, for thine own all radiant sake 1 184 36.3B IRENE1
“Then, for thine own beloved sake. 1 184 36.3C IRENE1
Which gathers all their glories in its own. 1 222 16 ENIGMA
And his own father’s ward. I have noticed well 1 249 38 POLI
A thousand hearts — losing at length her own. 1 261 23 POLI
(he hands her his own.) 1 264 5d POLI
I heard not any voice except thine own, 1 268 19 POLI
And the echo of thine own. 1 268 20 POLI
My own, my beautiful, my love, my wife, 1 274 84 POLI
Alas! I cannot rule my own, 1 382 2 VANE
While in its own all others share. 1 386 16 FSO
Shall find her own sweet name that, nestling, lies 1 389 3 VALA
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling lies 1 389 3 VALG
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling, lies 1 389 3DF VALG
In deep humility I own that now 1 406 17 MARA
A full-orbed moon, that, like thine own soul, soaring, 1 445 4 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
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHB
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHC
OWNING ( 1 1)
The richest vintner’s daughter owning these jewels! 1 252 111 POLI
PACE ( 1 1)
and followed ky RUPERT/ at the same pace. 1 275 27/28d POLI
PACIFIED ( 1 1)
Thus I pacified Psyche and kissed her, 1 418 72 ULA
PAEAN ( 7 6)
With a Paean of old days. 1 207 40 PAEAN
With a Paean of old days! 1 336 48 LENA
with a Paean of old days! 1 337 21CDFGL LENK
with a Paean of old days!” 1 337 26 LENK
A Paean from the bells! 1 438 91 BELLSEG
With the Paean of the bells! 1 438 93 BELLSEG
To the Paean of the bells — 1 438 97 BELLSEG
PAGE ( 10 8)
The page of life and grin at the dog-ears, 1 10 17 TEMP
Some page of early lore upon, 1 56 82 TAMH
The noblest name in Allegory’s page, 1 221 1 ENIGMA
A pleasing moralist whose page refined, 1 221 3 ENIGMA
A bard of brilliant but unlicensed page 1 221 7 ENIGMA
Upon this page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4 VALA
Upon the page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4 VALG
Upon this page, enwrapped from every reader. 1 389 4F VALG
Upon the open page on which are peering 1 389 13 VALA
Enwritten upon this page whereon are peering 1 390 13F VALG
PAGEANTRY ( 3 3)
The pageantry of monarchy! 1 28 52 TAMA
The pageantry of monarchy, 1 46 51 TAMF
The pageantry of monarchy, 1 55 47 TAMH
PAGES ( 1 1) ,
Pages of early lore upon, 1 48 109 TAMF
PAIN ( 14 13)
My heart, of all that soothes its pain 1 17 7 OCT
Scorching my sear’d heart with a pain 1 27 28 TAMA
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 32 163 TAMA
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 41 163 TAMB
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 45 19 TAMF
Of pleasure or of pain — 1 49 142 TAMF
Halo of Hell! and with a pain 1 54 19 TAMH
Its joy — its little lot of pain 1 57 119 TAMH
Now offer’d, with the pain 1 82 18 HAPP
And with pain that shall not part — 1 103 97 ALAAR
His pleasures always turn’d to pain — 1 157 24 INTRO
Now Doubt — now Pain 1 349 14 EULA
The pitiless pain — 1 457 20AB ANNIE
The pitiless pain — 1 457 26 ANNIE
PAINTED ( 2 2)
To me a painted paroquet 1 128 5 ROMG
To me a painted paroquet 1 156 5 INTRO
PAINTS ( 1 1)
The bard that paints imagination’s powers, 1 222 11 ENIGMA
PALACE ( 14 11)
ROME. — A Hall in a Palace. ALESSANDRA and CASTIGLIONE. 1 257 16d POLI
(A room in the palace of DI BROGLIO. 1 264 22d POLI
To Rome and to our palace Earl Politian! 1 266 53 POLI
An apartment in a palace. POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR. 1 267 24d POLI
Does it not1 unto this palace of The Duke. 1 270 64 POLI
The gardens of a palace — Moonlight. 1 272 1d POLI
A street near a Palace. 1 275 25d POLI
[The Hall of Di Broglio’s Palace. UGO and SAN OZZO.) 1 282 30d POLI
Once a fair and stately palace — 1 315 3 HAUNT
Radiant palace — reared its head. 1 315 4 HAUNT
Snow-white palace — reared its head. 1 315 4ABCL HAUNT
Snow-white palace — rear’d its head. 1 315 4E HAUNT
Radiant palace — rear’d its head. 1 315 4FG HAUNT
Was the fair palace door, 1 316 26 HAUNT
PALACES ( 2 2)
There shrines, and palaces, and towers 1 199 6 CITYA
There shrines and palaces and towers 1 201 6 CITYH
PALAZZO ( 1 1)
An apartment in the Palazzo of Di Broglio. 1 248 1d POLI
PALE ( 9 9)
Of the pale cloud therein, whose hue 1 37 320 TAMA
Shone pale, thro’ the light 1 74 4 STAR
With the breath from their pale faces. 1 140 10 FAIRY1
With the breath from their pale faces! 1 162 50 FAIRY2
While the pale sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44 IRENE2
Why dost thou turn so pale? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60 POLI
Through the pale door 1 317 46 HAUNT
Pale as a lily was Emily Gray. 1 393 22 MODC
By the side of the pale-faced moon. 1 436 50 BELLSEG
PALE-FACED ( 1 1)
By the side of the pale-faced moon. 1 436 50 BELLSEG
PALER ( 1 1)
Then grew paler as it fell 1 192 25 NISA
PALL ( 8 8)
But when the night had thrown her pall 1 48 85 TAMF
But when the night had thrown her pall 1 85 7 LAKEA
But when the Night had thrown her pall 1 85 7 LAKEF
Thro’ the ebon air, besilvering the pall 1 106 17 ALAAR
Like starlight on a pall — 1 132 8 BOWERS
But there! that everlasting pall! 1 199 17 CITYA
Of her “costly broider’d pall") 1 206 14 PAEAN
The curtain, a funeral pall, 1 326 35 WORM
PALLAS ( 2 2)
Perched upon a bust of Pallas 1 366 41 RAVEN
On the pallid bust of Pallas 1 369 104 RAVEN
PALLID ( 12 8)
From the depths of each pallid lily-bell, 1 196 27.2C NISE
“We are not impotent — we pallid stones. 1 229 39 COLIS
“We are not desolate — we pallid stones. 1 229 39A-D COLIS
We are not desolate we pallid stones, 1 287 46 POLI
And he kissed my pallid brow — 1 307 14 BRIDA
And he kissed my pallid brow, 1 309 14 BRIDF
Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, 1 316 15 HAUNT
Along the rampart plumed and pallid, 1 316 15A HAUNT
While the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37 WORM
And the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37B-FHKL WORM
“Yon heir, whose cheeks of pallid hue 1 335 15 LENA
On the pallid bust of Pallas 1 369 104 RAVEN
PALLOR ( 2 2)
Strange is thy pallor! strange thy dress! 1 187 34 IRENE2
Her pallor I strangely mistrust — 1 417 53 ULA
PALLS ( 3 2)
Flutt’ring triumphant o’er the palls 1 185 73 IRENE1
Fluttering triumphant o’er the palls 1 185 738C IRENE1
Triumphant, o’er the crested palls, 1 188 52 IRENE2
PALPABLE ( 1 1)
Is not its form — its voice — most palpable and loud? 1 107 47 ALAAR
PALPITATE ( 1 1)
That palpitate like the chill seas 1 195 15 NISE
PALPITATING ( 3 2)
Beneath the palpitating tide of passion 1 407 20 MARA
In the bosom of the palpitating air! 1 437 56 BELLSEG
On the bosom of the palpitating air! 1 437 56F-J BELLSEG
PALSIED ( 2 2)
Hath palsied many years — 1 136 12 TOMB
But our thoughts they were palsied and sere — 1 416 21 ULA
PALTRINESS ( 1 1)
At the paltriness of name 1 131 32 SHOULD
PANGS ( 1 1)
It writhes! — it writhes! — with mortal pangs 1 326 29 WORM
PANNELS ( 5 2)
And vampyre-winged pannels back, 1 185 72 IRENE1
And vampire-wing-like pannels back, 1 185 72BC IRENE1
And winged pannels fluttering back, 1 188 51 IRENE2
And wing-like pannels fluttering back, 1 188 SIDE IRENE2
And winged pannels fluttering back, 1 188 51GHK IRENE2
PANOPLY ( 1 1)
In panoply of old romance, 1 183 6 IRENE1
PANSIES ( 3 3)
About it, of pansies — 1 458 62 ANNIE
Commingled with pansies — 1 458 64 ANNIE
Puritan pansies. 1 458 66 ANNIE
PANSY ( 3 0)
Of pansy — 1 458 62A ANNIE
Commingled with pansy — 1 458 64A ANNIE
Puritan pansy. 1 458 66A ANNIE
PANTED ( 1 1)
She paus’d and panted, Zanthe! all beneath, 1 108 57 ALAAR
PAPER ( 3 3)
she tears a slip from the paper at each! number, 1 277 30/31d POLI
Oh! it’s the paper that my lady gave me, 1 277 49 POLI
Twirls into trunk-paper the while you con it.” 1 425 8 DUNCE
PAR ( 1 1)
One of these fish, par excellence the beau, 1 11 59 TEMP
PARADISAL ( 1 1)
In the budding of my Paradisal Hope! 1 279 7 POLI
PARADISE ( 3 3)
Of Paradise and Love — and all our own! 1 69 33 DREA
Now thou art dress’d for paradise! 1 161 4 FAIRY2
Fly to that Paradise — my Lalage, wilt thou 1 274 75 POLI
PARDON ( 3 2)
I beg your pardon, reader, for the oath, I 10 35 TEMP
I crave thy pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35 POLI
I crave your pardon — indeed I am not well — 1 258 35Ax POLI
PARDONS ( 1 1)
Pardons his son, but is most wroth with her 1 249 45 POLI
PARIAN ( 1 1)
Flashing from Parian marble that twin smile 1 106 13 ALAAR
PAROQUET ( 2 2)
To me a painted paroquet 1 128 5 ROMG
To me a painted paroquet 1 156 s INTRO
PART ( 17 17)
His form once seen becomes a part of sight, 1 11 70 TEMP
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 29 87 TAMA
To her soft thrilling voice: To part 1 36 292 TAMA
There comes, when that sun will from him part, 1 38 368 TAMA
And in such follies had no part, 1 39 404 TAMA
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 40 87 TAMB
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part, 1 51 197 TAMF
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 56 74 TAMH
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part 1 59 191 TAMH
Is the proud part 1 74 19 STAR
And with pain that shall not part — 1 103 97 ALAAR
Has studied very little of his part, 1 148 9 ELIZA
From its present pathway part not — 1 235 2 THOUA
From its present pathway part not! 1 235 2 THOUF
From its present pathway part not. 1 235 2 THOUJ
(During this part of the soliloquy 1 278 21d POLI
Which has in others’ joys a part, 1 386 15 FSO
PARTED ( 2 2)
Parted upon their misty wings, 1 50 147 TAMF
Parted upon their misty wings, 1 57 124 TAMH
PARTERRE ( 1 1)
That smiled and died in this parterre, enchanted 1 445 15 TOHEL
PARTHENON ( 2 1)
Was a proud temple call’d the Parthenon — 1 113 215 ALAAR
Was a fair temple called Parthenon — 1 113 215A ALAAR
PARTICLES ( 2 2)
Some particles of sand — 1 53 246 TAMF
Some particles of sand — 1 131 20 SHOULD
PARTING ( 5 5)
Of parting, were with madness fraught; 1 36 296 TAMA
As if ’twere not their parting hour 1 45 342 TAMB
In parting from you now 1 130 7 SHOULD
“Be that word our sign of parting, 1 369 97 RAVEN
And, in parting from you now, 1 451 2 TAKE
PARTNER ( 1 1)
A partner of thy throne — 1 104 113 ALAAR
PASS ( 17 14)
Tho’ lov’d, and loving — let it pass. — 1 36 298 TAMA
O God! when the thoughts that may not pass 1 37 323 TAMA
As such it well may pass — 1 66 10 SONG
From my remembrance shall not pass — some power 1 69 20 DREA
From my remembering shall not pass — some power 1 69 208 DREA
That dream was as that night wind — let it pass. 1 69 26 DREA
From thy spirit shall they pass 1 72 21 SPIRD
From thy spirit shall they pass. 1 72 228 SPIRD
Had I let them pass me by, 1 75 9 IMIT
That with a quick’ning spell doth o’er us pass 1 77 15 STAN
Doth o’er us pass, when, as th’ expanding eye 1 77 17 STAN
But let them pass. 1 81 8 HAPP
And the wind would pass me by 1 85 9 LAKEA
And the mystic wind would pass me by 1 85 98 LAKEF
Had I let them pass me by 1 130 11 SHOULD
To the night-winds as they pass, 1 184 54 IRENE1
As they pass the wanderer by — 1 344 36 ROUTE
PASS’D ( 13 13)
Pass’d quickly o’er me — but my mind 1 28 62 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by, there broke 1 29 72 TAMA
Its very form hath pass’d me by, 1 30 100 TAMA
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 33 208 TAMA
I pass’d from out the matted bow’r 1 35 284 TAMA
Had lately been but had pass’d by. 1 39 383 TAMA
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 39 394 TAMA
And as it pass’d me by there broke 1 40 72 TAMB
But it had pass’d me as a dream 1 42 208 TAMB
I pass’d from out its mossy door, 1 60 215 TAMH
There pass’d, as a shroud, 1 74 12 STAR
With a sigh as it pass’d on: 1 75 18 IMIT
As it pass’d me flying by — 1 146 18 ALONE
PASSED ( 2 1)
And we passed to the end of the vista — 1 418 75 ULA
And we passed to the end of a vista — 1 418 75K ULA
PASSER ( 2 2)
Who am a passer-by. 1 136 8 TOMB
Who am a passer by. 1 137 8 TOMD
PASSER-BY ( 1 1)
Who am a passer-by. 1 136 8 TOMB
PASSES ( 1 1)
And thus the sad Soul that here passes 1 345 49 ROUTE
PASSING ( 5 5)
When passing from the earth, that ear 1 27 18 TAMA
Or thought, save of the passing scene. — 1 29 77 TAMA
Perforce, a passing thought of one, 1 35 274 TAMA
Or thought save of the passing scene. 1 40 77 TAMB
The eternal voice of God is passing by, 1 104 131 ALAAR
PASSION ( 21 20)
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 29 85 TAMA
By what it lost for passion — Heav’n. 1 30 107 TAMA
Tho’ then its passion could not be: 1 30 111 TAMA
Its fiery passion? — ye have not — 1 33 204 TAMA
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 40 85 TAMB
The fiery passion? ye have not — 1 42 204 TAMB
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 47 76 TAMF
(For passion must, with youth, expire) 1 56 72 TAMH
The passion, father? You have not: 1 57 129 TAMH
Of young passion free 1 66 6A SONG
A chaos of deep passion from his birth! 1 68 8 DREA
Drawn by their heart’s passion, and that tone, 1 78 28 STAN
Or (music of the passion-hearted) 1 100 7 ALAAR
Is the passion of their sleep. 1 141 28 FAIRY1
His folly — pride — and passion — for he died. 1 150 9 ACROS
My draught of passion hath been deep — 1 158 50 INTRO
The passion of our sleep! 1 162 56 FAIRY2
(in a passion) 1 256 31d POLI
A love which shall be passion-free, 1 382 9 VANE
Beneath the palpitating tide of passion 1 407 20 MARA
Of Passion accurst: — 1 457 36 ANNIE
PASSIONATE ( 7 7)
For passionate love is still divine: 1 31 153 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known, 1 32 179 TAMA
The trancient, passionate day-flow’r, 1 39 390 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known 1 42 179 TAMB
A passionate light — such for his spirit was fit — 1 77 6 STAN
And woman’s loveliness — and passionate love.” 1 114 230 ALAAR
Were almost passionate sometimes — 1 157 22 INTRO
PASSIONATELY ( 2 1)
One half as passionately, 1 175 42 ISRA
One half so passionately, 1 177 49C ISRG
PASSION-FREE ( 1 1)
A love which shall be passion-free, 1 382 9 VANE
PASSION-HEARTED ( 1 1)
Or (music of the passion-hearted) 1 100 7 ALAAR
PASSIONS ( 6 6)
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 29 78 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour 1 40 78 TAMB
My passions from that hapless hour 1 47 69 TAMF
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 55 65 TAMH
My passions from a common spring — 1 146 4 ALONE
From common passions 1 259 64 POLI
PAST ( 15 9)
My own had past, did not the beam 1 58 135 TAMH
And that light time have past, 1 75 16 IMIT
Turned back upon the past? 1 79 8 ADRE
’Tis ever past. 1 81 12.4B HAPP
“On! on!” — but o’er the Past 1 214 11 PARA
“Onward!” while o’er the Past 1 214 11A-G PARA
“Onward!” — but o’er the Past 1 214 11LQZ PARA
“The day is past"; and never more 1 214 18.2A PARA
Darkly my Present and my Past, 1 218 10 HYMN
All my Present and my Past, 1 218 10A-D HYMN
Of yonder trees methought a figure past — 1 273 54 POLI
Of yonder trees methought a spectre past — 1 273 54Ax POLI
Sheeted Memories of the Past — 1 344 34 ROUTE
And has come past the stars of the Lion, 1 417 44 ULA
The danger is past, 1 456 2 ANNIE
PASTE ( 1 1)
There’s Ugo says the ring is only paste, 1 262 51 POLI
PASTURAGE ( 1 1)
Of giant pasturage lying at his ease, 1 105 3 ALAAR
PAT ( 1 1)
So pat, agreeable, and vastly proper 1 10 47 TEMP
PATERNOSTERS ( 1 1)
(I’ll send them to you) — a bundle of paternosters 1 253 12 POLI
PATH ( 15 10)
Shine on his path, in her high noon; 1 38 377 TAMA
A snare in every human path — 1 52 225 TAMF
A snare in every human path — 1 60 230 TAMH
(Ah! will they cross me in my angrier path?) 1 105 138 ALAAR
Will shake his shadow in my path — 1 158 64 INTRO
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 2 TOF
Crowding around my earthly path — 1 236 2A TOF
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 14.2BC TOF
(Drear path, alas! where grows 1 237 3 TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 3A TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 14.3BC TOF
That spectre in my path? 1 320 2 MOTTO
At the end of our path a liquescent 1 416 33 ULA
At the end of my path a liquescent 1 416 33H ULA
To point us the path to the skies — 1 417 45 ULA
PATHS ( 2 2)
With Nature, in her wild paths; tell 1 36 312 TAMA
The mossy banks and the meandering paths, 1 446 32 TOHEL
PATHWAY ( 7 6)
From its present pathway part not — 1 235 2 THOUA
From its present pathway part not! 1 235 2 THOUF
From its present pathway part not. 1 235 2 THOUJ
May her future pathway lie 1 302 4 MAY
Sought a precipitate pathway up through heaven, 1 445 5 TOHEL
Sought a precipitant pathway up through heaven, 1 445 SBCD TOHEL
Lighting my lonely pathway home that night, 1 446 53 TOHEL
PATIENCE ( 1 1)
You do not see it all. Heaven grant me patience! 1 252 108 POLI
PATIENT ( 1 1)
But pray be patient: yet a little while 1 10 38 TEMP


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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)