Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (PATRONAGE through PRAY),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 414-428 (This material is protected by copyright)


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PATRONAGE ( 1 1)
Good day! — I crave your patronage however 1 255 60 POLI
PAUGH ( 1 1)
Paugh! this will never do! — why, bless me, Sir, 1 285 113 POLI
PAUS’D ( 2 2)
She paus’d and panted, Zanthe! all beneath, 1 108 57 ALAAR
We paus’d before the heritage of men, 1 115 259 ALAAR
PAUSE ( 8 8)
A pause — and then a sweeping, falling strain 1 107 50 ALAAR
(after a pause.) 1 253 37d POLI
after a short pause raises it.) 1 262 24d POLI
Pause ere too late! — oh be not — be not rash! 1 264 110 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 46 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 49 POLI
(after a pause.) 1 275 6d POLI
That bade me pause before that garden-gate, 1 445 23 TOHEL
PAUSED ( 1 1)
Save only thee and me. I paused — I looked — 1 445 28 TOHEL
PAUSES ( 5 4)
Pauses in Heaven. 1 174 11 ISRA
Pauses in Heaven. 1 175 12.1C ISRG
Pauses in Heaven. 1 175 15 ISRG
(pauses — turns over some leaves, and resumes.) 1 260 20d POLI
(pauses.) 1 260 26d POLI
PAVEMENT ( 1 1)
Of molten stars their pavement, such as fall 1 106 16 ALAAR
PAWN ( 2 2)
I can not pawn my honor! and Lalage 1 255 78 POLI
Is lowly born — I can not pawn my honor. 1 255 79 POLI
PAY ( 1 1)
ALESSANDRA. Then see to it! — pay more attention, sir, 1 258 27 POLI
PEA ( 2 1)
Frog Pond | munching of | pea nuts and | pumkins and | 1 394 4 MODD
Duck Pond | munching of | pea nuts and | pumkins and | 1 394 4* MODD
PEACE ( 6 5)
If my peace hath flown away 1 53 239 TAMF
If my peace hath fled away 1 130 13 SHOULD
If my peace hath flown away 1 130 13BD SHOULD
Let her reign in Peace and Honor — 1 302 2 MAY
Of health, joy, peace, in store for thee. 1 385 4 FSO
To the Lethean peace of the skies — 1 417 46 ULA
PEACEFUL ( 2 2)
My Ada. In that peaceful hour, 1 36 286 TAMA
’Tis a peaceful, soothing region — 1 345 40 ROUTE
PEACEFULLY ( 3 3)
Peacefully happy — yet alone — 1 33 223 TAMA
Joy’s voice so peacefully departed 1 100 8 ALAAR
Joy so peacefully departs, 1 160 23 MYST
PEAK ( 3 3)
When on the mountain peak alone, 1 31 147 TAMA
When, on the mountain peak alone, 1 41 147 TAMB
When, on the mountain peak, alone, 1 57 114 TAMH
PEARL ( 4 4)
And all with pearl and ruby glowing 1 316 25 HAUNT
With the moon-tints of purple and pearl 1 349 11 EULA
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
PEARLS ( 3 3)
Like woman’s hair ’mid pearls, until, afar, 1 100 33 ALAAR
This broach — these pearls — 1 251 96 POLI
Which hangs like chains of pearls on Hermon hill.” 1 261 34 POLI
PEARLY ( 1 1)
The pearly lustre of the moon went out: 1 446 31 TOHEL
PEASANT ( 2 2)
Castiglione but some peasant hind 1 254 49 POLI
She was a peasant girl, she was so humble. 1 277 31 POLI
PEASANT’S ( 3 3)
Of a young peasant’s bosom then, 1 34 248 TAMA
Ere, in a peasant’s lowly guise, 1 38 360 TAMA
Of a young peasant’s bosom then 1 44 248 TAMB
PECCAVIMUS ( 3 2)
Peccavimus! 1 335 28 LENA
Peccavimus: — yet rave not thus! 1 337 13 LENK
Peccavimus: — but rave not thus! 1 337 13D-GL LENK
PEDESTAL ( 1 1)
Shall form the pedestal of a throne — 1 59 172 TAMH
PEERED ( 2 1)
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33 ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33E ALAAR
PEERING ( 5 4)
Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes. 1 91 2 SCI
Deep into that darkness peering, 1 365 25 RAVEN
Upon the open page on which are peering 1 389 13 VALA
Enwritten upon the leaf where now are peering 1 390 13 VALG
Enwritten upon this page whereon are peering 1 390 13F VALG
PEN ( 3 3)
With the antique iron pen.” 1 328 3 STYL
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand. 1 407 17 MARB
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand — 1 407 22 MARA
PENDULOUS ( 2 2)
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 200 42 CITYA
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 202 27 CITYH
PENITENCE ( 2 2)
Give up thy soul to penitence, and pray! 1 263 75 POLI
And penitence? Didst thou not speak of faith 1 263 91 POLI
PENITENT ( 1 1)
So you’ve turned penitent at last — bravo! 1 253 10 POLI
PENNED ( 3 2)
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 388 1 VALA
For her this rhyme is penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1 VALG
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1F VALG
PENNON’D ( 1 1)
Fail’d, as my pennon’d spirit leapt aloft, 1 114 232 ALAAR
PENS ( 1 1)
By him who, as he pens them, thrills to think 1 400 17 MLS
PEOPLE ( 9 9)
Whom the astonish’d people saw 1 44 334 TAMB
Why do the people bow the knee, 1 51 181 TAMB
Whom the astonished people saw 1 59 174 TAMH
Where the people did not dwell, 1 192 18 NISA
Where the people did not dwell; 1 195 2 NISE
I hate all humble people! — and then she talked 1 277 32 POLI
Some people are fools by nature — some have a talent 1 277 44 POLI
And the people — ah, the people 1 437 79 BELLSEG
PEOPLED ( 2 1)
Gaunt vestibules and phantom-peopled aisles 1 228 11.1A-D COLIS
Gaunt vestibules, and phantom-peopled aisles 1 286 15 POLI
PERCEIVE ( 4 4)
You can’t perceive I’m dead! 1 283 59 POLI
I can’t perceive you’re dead? soho! I see! 1 283 60 POLI
SAN OZZO. Ah! I perceive — it’s positively so 1 283 77 POLI
And am stiff as you perceive. 1 284 108 POLI
PERCHANCE ( 3 3)
Perchance is woven in thy sleep — 1 224 18 SLEEP
Descend together — and then — and then perchance — 1 273 45 POLI
POLITIAN. And then perchance 1 273 46 POLI
PERCHED ( 3 3)
perched above my chamber door — 1 366 40 RAVEN
Perched upon a bust of Pallas 1 366 41 RAVEN
Perched, and sat, and nothing more. 1 366 42 RAVEN
PERDU ( 2 1)
Such sweet eyes now, there lies, I say, perdu, 1 389 14 VALA
Such eager eyes, there lies, I say, perdu, 1 390 14F VALG
PERDUS ( 1 1)
Eyes scintillating soul, there lie perdus 1 390 14 VALG
PERENNIAL ( 1 1)
Perennial tears descend in gems. 1 196 27 NISE
PERFECT ( 3 3)
’mid “tears of perfect moan.” 1 112 181 ALAAR
And the shadow of thy perfect bliss 1 176 43 ISRG
To mar the bright, the perfect flow’r, 1 224 13 SLEEP
PERFECTLY ( 1 1)
DUKE. Perfectly 1 265 6 POLI
PERFIDIOUSLY ( 1 1)
Solemnly sworn perfidiously broken 1 254 43 POLI
PERFIDY ( 1 1)
Of my black perfidy? Oh that I were not 1 254 48 POLI
PERFORCE ( 1 1)
Perforce, a passing thought of one, 1 35 274 TAMA
PERFUM’D ( 2 0)
That gently, o’er a perfum’d sea, 1 165 3AB HELF
All perfum’d there, 1 206 26A PAEAN
PERFUME ( 3 3)
As perfume of strange summer flow’rs; 1 31 139 TAMA
She fears to perfume, perfuming the night: 1 102 67 ALAAR
And thy most lovely purple perfume, Zante! 1 102 76 ALAAR
PERFUMED ( 2 2)
That gently, o’er a perfumed sea, 1 165 3 HELF
perfumed from an unseen censer 1 368 79 RAVEN
PERFUMING ( 1 1)
She fears to perfume, perfuming the night: 1 102 67 ALAAR
PERHAPS ( 13 13)
Your scorn, perhaps, when ye have heard 1 33 198 TAMA
I read (perhaps too carelessly) 1 34 228 TAMA
Your scorn perhaps when ye have heard 1 42 198 TAMB
I read, perhaps too carelessly, 1 43 228 TAMB
I read — perhaps too carelessly — 1 50 161 TAMF
I read, perhaps too carelessly — 1 58 149 TAMH
That blush, perhaps, was maiden shame — 1 66 9 SONG
Perhaps it may be that my mind is wrought 1 77 9 STAN
Perhaps my brain grew dizzy — but the world 1 114 233 ALAAR
JACINTH. Oh! perhaps not! 1 262 49 POLI
The roof of his Excellency — and perhaps 1 270 66 POLI
Your case with due exactitude. Perhaps 1 284 81 POLI
Perhaps you’re not aware that — that — in short 1 285 114 POLI
PERIL ( 2 2)
Of peril in my wild career; 1 34 242 TAMA
Of peril in my wild career — 1 44 242 TAMB
PERILOUS ( 2 2)
When after day of perilous strife 1 28 42 TAMA
Which ev’n upon this perilous brink 1 30 105 TAMA
PERISH ( 3 3)
I care not tho’ it perish 1 75 19 IMIT
O pity me! let me not perish now, 1 279 6 POLI
That in this deep humiliation I perish. 1 282 78 POLI
PERISHED ( 1 0)
that perished so young?” 1 337 12C LENK
PERISHING ( 1 0)
But hold! — these dark, these perishing arcades — 1 229 26FK COLIS
PERSEPOLIS ( 1 1)
Friezes from Tadmor and Persepolis — 1 107 36 ALAAR
PERSIAN ( 1 1)
With Persian Saadi in his Gulistan: 1 113 209 ALAAR
PERSON ( 1 1)
Now prythee, leave me — hither Both come a person 1 280 41 POLI
PERSONS ( 1 1)
peveral persons cross and recross the stage rapid-/ly. 1 275 26/27d POLI
PERTLY ( 1 1)
(pertly.) 1 260 9d POLI
PERVADING ( 1 1)
How solemnly pervading the calm air! 1 104 123 ALAAR
PERVERTED ( 2 2)
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 33 197 TAMA
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 42 197 TAMB
PESTILENTIAL ( 1 0)
But are pestilential carcases 1 437 88A-D BELLSEG
PETALS ( 1 1)
While pettish tears adown her petals run: 1 102 69 ALAAR
PETRARCHAN ( 1 1)
Yet heavier far than your Petrarchan stuff — 1 425 6 DUNCE
PETRARCHANITIES ( 1 0)
The general Petrarchanities are arrant 1 425 10A DUNCE
PETTISH ( 1 1)
While pettish tears adown her petals run: 1 102 69 ALAAR
PETTISHLY ( 1 1)
(pettishly.) 1 261 17d POLI
PHANTASY ( 2 2)
But one, whom phantasy had led 1 34 250 TAMA
But one whom Phantasy had thrown 1 44 250 TAMB
PHANTOM ( 7 5)
Alone could see the phantom in the skies, 1 114 254 ALAAR
Gaunt vestibules and phantom-peopled aisles 1 228 11.1A-D COLIS
And phantom voices. 1 268 25 POLI
POLITIAN. It is a phantom voice! 1 268 25 POLI
Gaunt vestibules, and phantom-peopled aisles 1 286 15 POLI
With its Phantom chased for evermore, 1 325 19 WORM
With its Phantom chas’d for evermore, 1 325 198C0 WORM
PHANTOM-PEOPLED ( 2 1)
Gaunt vestibules and phantom-peopled aisles 1 228 11.1A-D COLIS
Gaunt vestibules, and phantom-peopled aisles 1 286 15 POLI
PHANTOM’S ( 1 0)
When first the phantom’s course was found to be 1 115 255LMQ ALAAR
PHILOSOPHER ( 2 2)
Or rather laugh with him, that queer Philosopher, 1 9 15 TEMP
A wise philosopher would shake his head, 1 11 83 TEMP
PHILOSOPHERS ( 1 1)
Philosophers have often held dispute 1 11 73 TEMP
PHILOSOPHY ( 1 1)
No branch, they say, of all philosophy 1 259 54 POLI
PHRASE ( 1 1)
I’ve been a thinking, isn’t that the phrase? 1 9 9 TEMP
PHRENZY ( 1 1)
My phrenzy to her bosom taught: 1 31 150 TAMA
PICTUR’D ( 1 1)
I pictur’d to my fancy’s eye 1 35 266 TAMA
PIECE ( 1 1)
A piece of service; wilt thou go back and say 1 280 33 POLI
PIECES ( 2 2)
And shook it into pieces — so 1 161 18 FAIRY2
Sir, you may drop to pieces! 1 285 121 POLI
PIERCING ( 2 1)
Who alterest all things with thy piercing eyes. 1 91 2BC SCI
Piercing cold evening’s sable shroud 1 225 9 FANNY
PILE ( 1 1)
Uprear’d upon such height arose a pile 1 106 11 ALAAR
PILGRIM ( 1 1)
He met a pilgrim shadow — 1 463 15 ELDOR
PILGRIMAGE ( 2 2)
Of weary pilgrimage and burning thirst, 1 228 5 COLIS
Of weary pilgrimage, and burning thirst 1 286 6 POLI
PILLARS ( 2 1)
But on the pillars Seraph eyes have seen 1 106 28 ALAAR
Thy swollen pillars tremble — and so quake 1 107 39.2B ALAAR
PILLOW ( 1 0)
And an unholy pillow — 1 215 20.4B PARA
PINE ( 3 3)
For which my soul did pine — 1 214 2 PARA
out of a I pine-knot 1 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
PINE-KNOT ( 2 2)
out of a [ pine-knot 1 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
PINES ( 4 3)
And the sultan-like pines that tower’d around! 1 48 84 TAMF
And the tall pines that towered around. 1 85 6 LAKEF
And the tall pines that tower’d around. 1 85 6CE LAKEF
And million bright pines to and fro, 1 183 18 IRENE1
PINION ( 2 1)
Never seraph spread a pinion 1 315 7 HAUNT
Never seraph spread his pinion 1 315 7A HAUNT
PINIONS ( 4 4)
His pinions were bent droopingly, 1 51 195 TAMF
His pinions were bent droopingly — 1 59 189 TAMH
Save the airs with pinions furled 1 193 31 NISB
As he sails on his pinions o’er valley and sea. 1 342 4 CAMP
PINNACLES ( 1 1)
Gleams up the pinnacles far and free 1 201 16 CITYH
PINTO ( 3 1)
Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando — 1 390 18 VALG
(Like the knight Pinto — Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18D VALG
Like the knight Pinto (Mendez Ferdinando) — 1 390 18F VALG
PIOUS ( 1 0)
A pious vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99C POLI
PITIFUL ( 1 1)
The pitiful, the merciful ghouls, 1 418 97 ULA
PITILESS ( 3 2)
One from the pitiless wave? 1 452 22 TAKE
Tfie pitiless pain — 1 457 20AB ANNIE
The pitiless pain — 1 457 26 ANNIE
PITTS ( 1 1)
I close the portrait with the name of Pitts. 1 12 92 TEMP
PITY ( 8 7)
It is a pity in so proper a man 1 249 23 POLI
Is’t not a pity in so young a man 1 249 24 POLI
Of Darkness and the Tomb, O pity me! 1 279 5 POLI
O pity me! let me not perish now, 1 279 6 POLI
I am the veriest coward. O pity me! 1 282 73 POLI
I am — I am — a coward. O pity me! 1 282 73B POLI
POLITIAN Alas! — I do — indeed I pity thee. 1 282 74 POLI
I most sincerely pity you — but, Sir, 1 285 110 POLI
PLACE ( 5 5)
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
A brighter dwelling-place is here for thee — 1 114 228 ALAAR
I tore it from its pride of place 1 161 17 FAIRY2
In the first place, Sir, I did not hear a word 1 283 56 POLI
She comes not, and the spirit of the place 1 286 11 POLI
PLACES ( 5 4)
Forever changing places — 1 140 8 FAIRY1
Forever changing places! 1 162 48 FAIRY2
(places her hand on his shoulder) 1 258 30d 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
PLACID ( 2 1)
on the placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55 RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
PLAIN ( 7 6)
Upon the Syroc-wither’d plain, 1 51 186 TAMF
Upon the Siroc-wither’d plain, 1 59 180 TAMH
And bent o’er sheeny mountain and dim plain 1 105 157 ALAAR
To thy dress and equipage — they are over plain 1 258 24 POLI
To thy habiliments — they are over plain 1 258 24A2x POLI
My nose is delicate, and to be plain 1 285 117 POLI
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
PLAINLY ( 3 2)
Very plainly through the window — it belongs, 1 269 63 POLI
Very plainly through the window — that lattice belongs, 1 269 63AB POLI
fowl to hear discourse so plainly, 1 366 49 RAVEN
PLAINTIVELY ( 1 1)
In merry England — never so plaintively — 1 270 77 POLI
PLAN ( 3 3)
’Tis the better plan, is it not? 1 284 104 POLI
I’ll tell you a plan for gaining wealth, 1 378 1 WALL
This wonderful plan, without danger or loss, 1 378 5 WALL
PLANET ( 3 2)
Have drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101 ULA
Had drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101AB ULA
This sinfully scintillant planet 1 419 103 ULA
PLANETARY ( 1 1)
From the Hell of the planetary souls?” 1 419 104 ULA
PLANETS ( 1 1)
’Mid planets her slaves, 1 74 6 STAR
PLANT ( 1 1)
And blossom of the fairy plant, in grief 1 101 61 ALAAR
PLAY ( 6 4)
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
I’ll play my lady to a T, that will I. 1 278 71 POLI
A play of hopes and fears, 1 325 6 WORM
That the play is the tragedy, “Man,” 1 326 39 WORM
PLAY’D ( 1 1)
Who play’d on the guitar! most excellent wine! 1 250 66 POLI
PLAYFUL ( 1 1)
The playful maziness of art 1 134 5 TOPO
PLEASANT ( 2 2)
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 53 231 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
PLEAS’D ( 2 2)
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 28 66 TAMA
Gurgled in my pleas’d ear the crush 1 40 66 TAMB
PLEASE ( 7 6)
Madam Jacinta if you please, Sir Ugo! 1 250 77 POLI
So please you, Sir, of best Salermo brand 1 256 90 POLI
Your hand from off my shoulder, if you please. 1 258 36 POLI
So please you for your Grace. 1 266 52 POLI
BALDAZZAR. So please you, Sir, I fear me 1 267 68 POLI
BALDAZZAR. So please you, Sir, I fear me very much 1 267 68Ax POLI
Transforming all! Thy charms shall please no more — 1 311 10 ZANTE
PLEASING ( 1 1)
A pleasing moralist whose page refined, 1 221 3 ENIGMA
PLEASURE ( 5 5)
Of pleasure or of pain — 1 49 142 TAMF
That was new pleasure —— the ideal, 1 57 120 TAMH
That pleasure “to endure!” 1 131 38 SHOULD
Drinking the cup of pleasure to the dregs. 1 259 60 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Your lordship’s pleasure 1 271 113 POLI
PLEASURES ( 1 1)
His pleasures always turn’d to pain — 1 157 24 INTRO
PLEIADES ( 1 1)
Seven Pleiades entranced in Heaven 1 222 7 SERE
PLEIADS ( 1 1)
(With the rapid Pleiads, even, 1 175 13 ISRG
PLIGHT ( 2 2)
Her own Alexis, who should plight 1 35 279 TAMA
The single-mooned eve! — on Earth we plight 1 105 152 ALAAR
PLIGHTED ( 6 6)
So plighted in his early youth,) 1 35 278 TAMA
The love he plighted then — again, 1 35 280 TAMA
O villain! villain! she his plighted wife 1 249 37 POLI
If ever plighted vows most sacredly 1 254 42 POLI
And thus they said I plighted 1 307 19 BRIDA
And this the plighted vow; 1 309 21 BRIDF
PLINTHS ( 3 2)
These mouldering plinths — 1 229 27 COLIS
These mould’ring plinths — 1 229 27tH COLIS
These mouldering plinths — 1 286 34 POLI
PLOT ( 4 3)
And Horror the soul of the plot. 1 326 24 WORM
If one could merely understand the plot. 1 389 12 VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 389 12BC VALA
If one could merely comprehend the plot. 1 390 12 VALG
PLUME ( 1 1)
Leave no black plume as a token 1 369 99 RAVEN
PLUMED ( 3 2)
Was plumed with the down of the humming-bird, 1 301 2 PARO
Along the ramparts plumed and pallid, 1 316 15 HAUNT
Along the rampart plumed and pallid, 1 316 15A HAUNT
PLUMES ( 2 1)
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 57C ULA
Plumes till they trailed in the dust — 1 417 59 ULA
PLUTONIAN ( 2 2)
on the Night’s Plutonian shore!” 1 366 47 RAVEN
and the Night’s Plutonian shore! 1 369 98 RAVEN
POEAN ( 2 0)
with a Poean of old days! 1 337 21E LENK
with a Paean of old days!” 1 337 26K LENK
POET ( 3 3)
Each poet — if a poet — in pursuing 1 148 7 ELIZA
A tender poet of a foreign tongue, 1 221 s ENIGMA
POETRY ( 1 1)
By thee, and by the poetry of thy presence. 1 445 16 TOHEL
POET’S ( 6 3)
Why preyest thou thus upon the poet’s heart, 1 91 3 SCI
Why prey’st thou thus upon the poet’s heart, 1 91 3AD-H SCI
Why prey’st thou thus upon thy poet’s heart, 1 91 3BC SCI
Of poets, by poets — for the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16 VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16A VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s, too. 1 390 16 VALG
POETS ( 7 5)
Which dreamy poets name “the music of the sphere.” 1 104 125 ALAAR
Of poets, by poets — for the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16 VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s too. 1 389 16A VALA
Of poets, by poets — as the name is a poet’s, too. 1 390 16 VALG
POINT ( 3 3)
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
To point us the path to the skies — 1 417 45 ULA
POINTED ( 2 1)
And star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31 ULA
As star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31C ULA
POISON’D ( 2 1)
Death was in that poison’d wave 1 85 17 LAKEA
Death was in that poison’d wave, 1 86 18BCE LAKEF
POISONOUS ( 1 1)
Death was in that poisonous wave, 1 86 18 LAKEF
POLI ( 2 2)
In the ultimate climes of the Pole — 1 416 17 ULA
In the realms of the Boreal Pole. 1 416 19 ULA
POLITIAN ( 40 38)
I’ve news for you both. Politian is expected 1 259 41 POLI
Hourly in Rome — Politian, Earl of Leicester! 1 259 42 POLI
ALESSANDRA. What! Politian 1 259 44 POLI
ALESSANDRA. I have heard Much of this Politian. 1 259 51 POLI
I have known men have seen Politian 1 259 57 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ridiculous! Now I have seen Politian 1 259 61 POLI
Politian was a melancholy man? 1 260 67 POLI
Of the Earl Politian? Yes it was yesterday. 1 264 4 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Why, Sir, the Earl Politian. 1 265 15 POLI
(Enter POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR.) 1 266 20d POLI
(POLITIAN bows haught-/ily) 1 266 24/25d POLI
Father! this is the Earl Politian, Earl 1 266 49 POLI
To Rome and to our palace Earl Politian! 1 266 53 POLI
I knew your father well, my lord Politian. 1 266 55 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Arouse thee now, Politian! 1 267 1 POLI
(Exit followed 121 POLITIAN.) 1 267 10d POLI
An apartment in a palace. POLITIAN and BALDAZZAR. 1 267 24d POLI
Politian was a melancholy man? 1 267 78 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Politian, it doth grieve me 1 268 6 POLI
And be no more Politian, but some other. 1 268 13 POLI
To me, Politian, of thy camps and courts. 1 268 28 POLI
And they wait for us below — Politian give 1 270 83Ax POLI
Below. What ails thee, Earl Politian? 1 271 90 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Let us descend! — ’tis time. Politian, give 1 271 95 POLI
Shall be attended to. Good night, Politian. 1 271 114 POLI
LALAGE and POLI-/TIAN. 1 272 1/ 2d POLI
To me, Politian? — dost thou speak of love 1 272 2 POLI
Art thou not Lalage and I Politian? 1 273 33 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 46 POLI
LALAGE. Why dost thou pause, Politian? 1 273 49 POLI
Stirred by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58 POLI
Moved by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58Ax POLI
LALAGE. Politian! 1 274 64 POLI
Where am I? — what was it he said? — Politian! 1 275 90 POLI
Thou art not gone — thou art not 922!, Politian! 1 275 91 POLI
The suburbs. POLITIAN alone. 1 279 5d POLI
Between the Earl Politian and himself, 1 279 12 POLI
(clutches his sword and staggers toward POLITIAN, 1 281 29d POLI
aching POlitiOn, who in the public streets 1 283 66 POLI
POLITIAN entering from behind/ — moonlight. 1 285 29/30d POLI
POLITIAN’S ( 1 0)
We’ll have him at the wedding. Politian’s young 1 259 46Ax POLI
POLITICIANS ( 1 1)
Will change me, and as politicians do 1 10 39 TEMP
POMP ( 3 3)
My eyes were still on pomp and power, 1 38 355 TAMA
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 228 3 COLIS
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 286 4 POLI
POND ( 3 2)
Frog Pond 1 munching of 1 pea nuts and 1 pumkins and 1 1 394 4 MODD
Duck Pond 1 munching of 1 pea nuts and 1 pumkins and 1 1 394 4* MODD
in the mud of the Frog-pond? 1 394 26 MODC
PONDER ( 1 1)
Bright beings! that ponder, 1 108 72 ALAAR
PONDERED ( 3 1)
while I pondered, weak and weary, 1 364 1 RAVEN
as I pondered, weak and weary, 1 364 1U RAVEN
While I pondered, nearly napping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
PONDERETH ( 1 1)
But sleep that pondereth and is not “to be” — 1 111 171 ALAAR
PONDERING ( 1 1)
And Clytia pondering between many a sun, 1 102 68 ALAAR
POOLS ( 1 1)
By the dismal tarns and pools 1 344 29 ROUTE
POOR ( 6 5)
I laugh to think how poor 1 131 37 SHOULD
Thrilling to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59 IRENE2
Nor thrill to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59DE IRENE2
BENITO. Now I’ve no faith in him, poor Lady Lalage! 1 249 34 POLI
LALAGE. Poor Lalage! — and is it come to this? 1 262 56 POLI
Poor soul he’s gone! But now I think of it 1 284 78 POLI
POPULOUS ( 1 1)
Of the populous Earth! Bear with me yet awhile! 1 268 31 POLI
PORES ( 1 1)
Pores for a moment, ere it go, 1 184 56 IRENE1
PORPHYROGENE ( 1 1)
Porphyrogene, 1 316 22 HAUNT
PORTAL ( 1 1)
Against whose portal she hath thrown, 1 188 55 IRENE2
PORTION ( 4 4)
That hated portion, with the fame, 1 27 25 TAMA
A portion of his willing soul 1 36 309 TAMA
Thy withering portion with the fame, 1 45 16 TAMF
Thy withering portion with the fame, 1 54 16 TAMH
PORTRAIT ( 4 4)
I close the portrait with the name of Pitts. 1 12 92 TEMP
As the portrait of one after death; 1 39 380 TAMA
A portrait taken after death. 1 52 212 TAMF
A portrait taken after death. 1 60 206 TAMH
POSITIVE ( 2 2)
Too positive again. 1 265 24 POLI
Be not too positive. Whom have we here? 1 266 43 POLI
POSITIVELY ( 2 2)
I’m positively stupid for want of sleep! 1 248 11 POLI
SAN OZZO. Ah! I perceive — it’s positively so 1 283 77 POLI
POSSEST ( 1 1)
The only feeling which possest, 1 34 245 TAMA
POSSIBLE ( 2 2)
Most singular! I could not think it possible 1 265 25 POLI
The matter possible. Ha! ha! I have it! 1 283 63 POLI
POTENT ( 3 2)
O charms more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 15 COLIS
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 158 COLIS
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 286 19 POLI
POUR ( 3 3)
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 30 131 TAMA
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 49 134 TAMF
And pour my spirit out in tears — 1 57 107 TAMH
POUR’D ( 1 1)
The venom thou halt pour’d on me — 1 81 11 HAPP
POUTS ( 3 1)
I’ the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione! kiss her, 1 259 39 POLI
In the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione! kiss her, 1 259 39A POLI
In the pouts? Kiss her, Castiglione, you dog! 1 259 39Ax POLI
POVERTY ( 1 1)
Honesty, poverty, and true content, 1 254 54 POLI
POWER ( 47 44)
Lord! to be grave exceeds the power of face. 1 11 64 TEMP
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
Still does my heart confess thy power 1 17 4 OCT
Nor am I mad, to deem that power 1 27 8 TAMA
And slumber, in my pride of power, 1 28 44 TAMA
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power 1 29 80 TAMA
Of some ill demon, with a power 1 32 173 TAMA
The mystic empire and high power 1 32 186 TAMA
There is a power in the high spirit 1 32 191 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
I spoke to her of power and pride — 1 33 224 TAMA
As in a leader, haply — Power 1 37 344 TAMA
My eyes were still on pomp and power, 1 38 355 TAMA
Have deem’d since I have reach’d to power 1 40 80 TAMB
Of an ill demon with a power 1 42 173 TAMB
There is a power in the high spirit 1 42 191 TAMB
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
I spoke to her of power & pride, 1 43 224 TAMB
I will not madly think that power 1 45 3 TAMF
As in a leader, haply; Power 1 45 344 TAMB
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 47 71 TAMF
I spoke to her of power and pride, 1 50 157 TAMF
And failing of thy power to bless, 1 51 187 TAMF
I will not madly deem that power 1 53 3 TAMH
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 56 67 TAMH
I spoke to her of power and pride, 1 58 145 TAMH
And, failing in thy power to bless, 1 59 181 TAMH
From my remembrance shall not pass — some power 1 69 20 DREA
From my remembering shall not pass — some power 1 69 20B DREA
Of its own fervor — what had o’er it power. 1 77 8 STAN
The highest hope of pride, and power, 1 81 3 HAPP
The brightest glance of pride, and power, 1 81 38 HAPP
Of power! said I? Yes! such I ween 1 81 5 HAPP
The brightest glance of pride and power 1 82 15 HAPP
But were that hope of pride and power 1 82 17 HAPP
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 228 3 COLIS
“Not all our power is gone — not all our fame — 1 229 40 COLIS
A kind and gentle office, and a Power — 1 269 35 POLI
A Power august, benignant and supreme — 1 269 36 POLI
By buried centuries of pomp and power! 1 286 4 POLI
Not all our power is gone — not all our Fame 1 287 47 POLI
No power hath he of evil in himself; 1 322 11 SILE
To check the power that governs here. 1 384 8 KING
Maintained the “Power of Words” — denied that ever 1 406 3 MARA
Maintained the “power of words” — denied that ever 1 407 3 MARB
All pride — all thought of power — all hope of fame — 1 407 18 MARA
POWERFUL ( 1 1)
An essence — powerful to destroy 1 82 23 HAPP
POWERLESS ( 2 2)
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand. 1 407 17 MARB
The pen falls powerless from my shivering hand — 1 407 22 MARA
POWERS ( 2 2)
The bard that paints imagination’s powers, 1 222 11 ENIGMA
O Azrael, yet awhile! — Prince of the Powers 1 279 4 POLI
PRAISE ( 7 4)
Shall be a constant theme of praise, 1 235 7 THOUA
Shall be an endless theme of praise, 1 235 7 THOUF
Shall be a daily theme for praise, 1 235 7 THOUJ
And truth shall be a theme for praise, 1 235 78 THOUJ
Thy truth — shall be a theme for praise, 1 235 7C THOUJ
Shall be a constant theme for praise, 1 235 7D THOUJ
Virtues that challenge envy’s praise, 1 386 7 FSO
PRATE ( 1 1)
POLITIAN. Draw, villain, and prate no more! 1 281 57 POLI
PRAY ( 13 12)
Ah growl, say you, my friend, and pray at what? 1 10 29 TEMP
But pray be patient: yet a little while 1 10 38 TEMP
I pray to God that she may lie 1 185 63 IRENE1
I pray to God that she may lie 1 188 42 IRENE2
Give up thy soul to penitence, and pray! 1 263 75 POLI
LALAGE I cannot pray! — My soul is at war with God! 1 263 76 POLI
Disturb my senses — go! I cannot pray — 1 263 78 POLI
These fancies to the winds. Remember, pray 1 270 84Az POLI
These fancies to the wind. Remember, pray, 1 271 96 POLI
Let us go down, I pray you. 1 271 106 POLI
’Tis I who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
If so pray let me know! 1 283 54 POLI
For putting out a leg! Pray Sir proceed! 1 285 129 POLI


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Notes:

Note: For this online presentation, the underlined text has been rendered as italic, in keeping with the original intention.


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[S:0 - CPEAP, 1989] - Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore - Works-Concordance of the Poetry of EAP (E. Wiley) (Letter A-ALL)