Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (REEL through RULES),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 442-455 (This material is protected by copyright)


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REEL ( 3 3)
The earth reel — and the vision gone? 1 29 97 TAMA
The earth reel, & the vision gone? 1 41 97 TAMB
There the sun doth reel by day 1 193 45 NISA
REELS ( 1 1)
To the lone oak that reels with bliss, 1 183 20 IRENE1
RE-ENTER ( 1 1)
(re-enter JACINTA, and throws a volume on the table.) 1 261 27d POLI
REFINED ( 1 1)
A pleasing moralist whose page refined, 1 221 3 ENIGMA
REFORMING ( 1 1)
Or was, that very sure, but he’s reforming 1 250 68 POLI
REFRACTED ( 1 1)
That fell, refracted, thro’ thy bounds, afar 1 111 160 ALAAR
REFRESH ( 1 1)
“But Ocean ever to refresh mankind 1 260 8 POLI
REFUGE ( 1 1)
MONK. Refuge thou hast, 1 263 73 POLI
REFUSE ( 1 1)
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
REGARDING ( 1 1)
and regarding her/ Distress with a contemptuous look. 1 260 15/16d POLI
REGION ( 5 4)
Far off in a region unbiest, 1 201 3C CITYH
’Tis a peaceful, soothing region — 1 345 40 ROUTE
In the misty mid region of Weir: — 1 416 7 ULA
She revels in a region of sighs. 1 417 41 ULA
This misty mid region of Weir: — 1 418 92 ULA
REGIONS ( 6 4)
From regions of the blest afar, 1 52 219 TAMF
From regions of the blest afar, 1 60 224 TAMH
Ah, Psyche, from the regions which 1 166 14 HELF
A Psyche, from the regions which 1 166 14A HELF
That haunteth the lone regions where hath trod 1 322 14 SILE
Who haunteth the dim regions where hath trod 1 322 14ABC SILE
REGISTER ( 2 2)
A crucifix whereon to register 1 264 98 POLI
And the deed’s register should tally, father! 1 264 105 POLI
REGISTERED ( 2 1)
They have registered the vow — 1 308 32 BRIDA
Quick they registered the vow; 1 309 21B BRIDF
REGRETTING ( 1 1)
Regretting its roses — 1 458 56 ANNIE
REIGN ( 4 4)
I mean the reign of manners hath long ceased, 1 9 3 TEMP
Her way — but left not yet her Therasaean reign. 1 105 158 ALAAR
Let her reign in Peace and Honor — 1 302 2 MAY
From him who there should reign alone; 1 382 4 VANE
REIGNS ( 5 3)
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
Where tyrant virtue reigns alone; 1 384 6 KING
REIN ( 1 1)
See the delicate footed rein-deer. 1 393 13 MODC
REIN-DEER ( 1 1)
See the delicate footed rein-deer. 1 393 13 MODC
REJOICE ( 5 5)
(O how would my wild heart rejoice 1 28 57 TAMA
Of one, in whom they did rejoice — 1 37 343 TAMA
From one in whom they did rejoice — 1 45 343 TAMB
(O how my spirit would rejoice 1 47 56 TAMF
(O! how my spirit would rejoice, 1 55 52 TAMH
RELEASE ( 1 1)
To release my heart. 1 399 4 LOU
RELEVANCY ( 1 1)
little relevancy bore; 1 366 50 RAVEN
RELIEF ( 1 1)
Set off too in such full relief by the grave 1 266 37 POLI
RELIQUARY ( 2 2)
Type of the antique Rome! Rich reliquary 1 228 1 COLIS
Type of the antique Rome — rich reliquary 1 286 2 POLI
RELISH ( 1 1)
So keen a relish for the beautiful 1 269 44 POLI
RELYING ( 1 1)
While, on dreams relying, 1 399 6 LOU
REMAINED ( 2 1)
Didst glide away. Only thine eyes remained. 1 446 51 TOHEL
Didst glide way. Only thine eyes remained. 1 446 51E TOHEL
REMAINETH ( 1 1)
It still remaineth, torturing the bee 1 101 58 ALAAR
REMAINS ( 1 1)
and remains with his foot in it, as if stupified.) 1 278 23d POLI
REMEMBER ( 18 12)
I don’t remember one, upon my soul, 1 10 43 TEMP
I well remember having dwelt, 1 48 108 TAMF
Thus I remember having dwelt 1 56 81 TAMH
That eve — that eve — I should remember well — 1 113 202 ALAAR
Alessandra, you and I, you must remember! 1 265 5 POLI
I do remember it — what of it? — what then? 1 265 7 POLI
I do remember it — decidedly — what then? 1 265 7Ax POLI
These fancies to the winds. Remember, pray 1 270 84Ax POLI
Unto the Duke — Arouse thee! and remember! 1 270 86Ax POLI
Pol: Remember. I do — I do — lead on! — remember! 1 270 87Ax POLI
These fancies to the wind. Remember, pray, 1 271 96 POLI
Unto the Duke. Arouse thee! and remember! 1 271 98 POLI
POLITIAN. Remember? I do. Lead on! I do remember. 1 271 99 POLI
Ah, distinctly I remember 1 365 7 RAVEN
Nearest resembles worship — oh, remember 1 400 14 MLS
Nearest approaches worship — oh, remember 1 400 14A MLS
REMEMBER’D ( 4 1)
Its way to some remember’d lake, 1 184 48 IRENE1
Is but a dim-remember’d story 1 316 39EL HAUNT
Is but a dim remember’d story 1 316 39FG HAUNT
Remember’d not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28F ULA
REMEMBERED ( 3 2)
Is but a dim-remembered story 1 316 39 HAUNT
We remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28 ULA
Remembered not the dank tarn of Auber, 1 416 28CG ULA
REMEMBERING ( 2 1)
From my remembering shall not pass — some power 1 69 20B DREA
Thou Bost forget thyself, remembering me! 1 272 23 POLI
REMEMBERS ( 1 1)
And Beauty long deceased — remembers me 1 262 65 POLI
REMEMBRANCE ( 1 1)
From my remembrance shall not pass — some power 1 69 20 DREA
REMOTE ( 1 1)
Some sepulchre, remote, alone, 1 188 54 IRENE2
RENDER ( 1 1)
Render him terrorless: his name’s “No more.” 1 322 9 SILE
RENDERED ( 1 1)
Rendered me mad and deaf and blind. 1 55 57 TAMH
RENOWN ( 2 2)
“Not all the magic of our high renown — 1 229 41 COLIS
Not all the magic of our high renown 1 287 48 POLI
REPEATING ( 1 1)
of my heart, I stood repeating 1 365 15 RAVEN
REPENTING ( 1 1)
Repenting follies that full long have fled, 1 101 63 ALAAR
REPINING ( 1 1)
The happy flowers and the repining trees, 1 446 33 TOHEL
REPLIED ( 3 3)
I replied — “This is nothing but dreaming. 1 417 61 ULA
She replied — “Ulalume — Ulalume! — 1 418 80 ULA
The shade replied, — 1 463 23 ELDOR
REPLY ( 2 2)
Then “yes ma’am” I reply, and curtsey thus 1 278 65 POLI
by reply so aptly spoken, 1 367 61 RAVEN
REPORT ( 3 1)
But the latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 8 LOCKE
The latter’s well known “to report.” 1 151 88 LOCKE
The latter well known “to report.” 1 151 8C LOCKE
REPORTS ( 1 1)
When such reports have been in circulation 1 277 28 POLI
REPOSE ( 4 2)
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 7 TOF
An Eden of sweet repose. 1 237 7A TOF
An Eden of bland repose. 1 237 14.7BC TOF
The faithful heart yields to repose. 1 404 11 PHYS
REPOSES ( 1 1)
Here blandly reposes, 1 458 54 ANNIE
REPROACHLESS ( 1 1)
Pure and reproachless of thy princely line, 1 272 25 POLI
REPUTATION ( 1 0)
In years, but grey in reputation. I have not seen him, 1 259 47Ax POLI
REQUIEM ( 4 4)
The requiem for the loveliest dead, 1 205 3 PAEAN
I will no requiem raise, 1 207 38 PAEAN
The requiem how be sung 1 335 25 LENA
the requiem how be sung 1 337 10 LENK
REQUITED ( 2 2)
Be all ingratitude requited. 1 161 19 FAIRY2
That his love I have requited — 1 308 22 BRIDA
RESEMBLE ( 1 1)
Resemble nothing that is ours. 1 201 8 CITYH
RESEMBLES ( 3 2)
My pretty self resembles; 1 134 10A TOPO
Her worshipper resembles; 1 135 10 TOPO
Nearest resembles worship — oh, remember 1 400 14 MLS
RESIGNEDLY ( 3 3)
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 199 12 CITYA
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 10 CITYH
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 24 CITYH
RESOLUTE ( 1 1)
And a resolute endeavor 1 436 48 BELLSEG
RESPECTFUL ( 1 1)
Trust-worthy and respectful. 1 261 39 POLI
RESPITE ( 2 2)
Respite — respite and nepenthe 1 368 82 RAVEN
RESPLENDENCY ( 1 1)
Yet thine is my resplendency, so given 1 105 141 ALAAR
REST ( 23 22)
Weary, I laid me on a couch to rest — 1 6 2 POET
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 31 133 TAMA
A spirit ne’er to be at rest. 1 44 246 TAMB
There was no need to speak the rest, 1 49 135 TAMF
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 57 108 TAMH
And my worldly rest hath gone 1 75 17 IMIT
Near four bright suns — a temporary rest — 1 100 18 ALAAR
And long’d to rest, yet could but sparkle there! 1 108 59 ALAAR
That lull’d ye to rest! 1 109 91 ALAAR
In its dream of deep rest, 1 110 133 ALAAR
Which lull’d him to rest?” 1 111 155 ALAAR
One more filmy than the rest 1 140 12 FAIRY1
(When the rest of Heaven was blue) 1 147 21 ALONE
And used to throw my earthly rest 1 157 29 INTRO
Grey towers are mouldering into rest, 1 183 11 IRENE1
The ruin moulders into rest; 1 187 12 IRENE2
Grey towers are mouldering into rest; 1 187 12D IRENE2
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 199 5 CITYA
Have gone to their eternal rest. 1 201 5 CITYH
At rest on ocean’s brilliant dies 1 222 5 SERE
Wherein our weary souls may rest, 1 382 6 VANE
And I rest so composedly, 1 456 13 ANNIE
And I rest so contentedly, 1 459 89 ANNIE
RESTING ( 1 1)
resting her elbows upon the back, 1 260 15d POLI
RESTLESSLY ( 2 2)
Seas that restlessly aspire, 1 344 15 ROUTE
As the tavas that restlessly roll 1 416 15 ULA
RESTLESSNESS ( 1 1)
The sad valley’s restlessness. 1 195 10 NISE
RESUMES ( 3 3)
(pauses — turns over some leaves, and resumes.) 1 260 20d POLI
and LALAGE presently resumes.) 1 261 id POLI
(resumes her reading.) 1 261 34d POLI
RESURRECTION ( 1 1)
For the resurrection of deep-buried faith 1 400 6 MLS
RETIRE ( 3 3)
Will hand them to your Grace. I would retire. 1 267 64 POLI
DUKE. Retire! — so soon? 1 267 65 POLI
DUKE. Retire! — unwell! 1 267 68 POLI
RETURN ( 3 3)
I will return anon. 1 267 73 POLI
DUKE. Return anon! 1 267 73 POLI
That gave out, in return for the love-light, 1 445 12 TOHEL
RETURNED ( 1 0)
Stern Despair returned, instead of 1 367 65ABC RAVEN
RETURNETH ( 1 1)
Through a circle that ever returneth in 1 326 21 WORM
RETURNING ( 1 1)
(returning it.) 1 252 21d POLI
RETURNS ( 2 2)
(JACINTA returns no answer, I 261 Id POLI
(walks across and returns.) 1 274 2d POLI
REVEAL ( 1 1)
What spirit shall reveal? 1 103 101 ALAAR
REVEILLE ( 1 1)
In bed at a reveille “roll call.” 1 151 4 LOCKE
REVEL ( 4 3)
Here he may revel to his heart’s content, 1 10 49 TEMP
Sound loves to revel in a summer night: 1 107 40 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel near a summer night: 1 107 40CE ALAAR
Traces of/ a protracted revel. 1 248 1/ 2d POLI
REVELL’D ( 5 5)
Unearthly pride hath revell’d in — 1 27 10 TAMA
Unearthly pride hath revell’d in — 1 45 5 TAMF
Unearthly pride hath revell’d in — 1 54 5 TAMH
For I have revell’d, when the sun was bright 1 68 13 DREA
1 revell’d, and I now would sleep — 1 158 51 INTRO
REVELRY ( 2 2)
The sound of revelry by night 1 37 339 TAMA
The sound of revelry to night 1 44 339 TAMB
REVELS ( 4 4)
Unseen amid the revels there, 1 53 236 TAMF
Unseen, amid the revels there, 1 61 241 TAMH
With these untimely revels of his son? 1 249 22 POLI
She revels in a region of sighs. 1 417 41 ULA
REVERENCE ( 5 5)
Shall do it reverence, 1 200 56 CITYA
Shall do it reverence. 1 202 53 CITYH
Sent as a present by his reverence 1 256 91 POLI
To his reverence — did you not say his reverence? 1 256 93 POLI
REVERIE ( 3 3)
With madness, and unwonted reverie: 1 101 59 ALAAR
But a reverie came o’er me, 1 307 15 BRIDA
While a reverie came o’er me, 1 309 15 BRIDF
REVIVES ( 1 1)
And him whose song revives departed hours, 1 222 12 ENIGMA
RHONE ( 1 1)
From struggling with the waters of the Rhone: 1 102 75 ALAAR
RHYME ( 9 7)
That little time with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18 ROMG
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18CD ROMG
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 157 42 INTRO
For her this rhyme is penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1 VALG
Search narrowly this rhyme! — which holds a treasure 1 389 5F VALG
In a sort of Runic rhyme, 1 435 10 BELLSEG
In a sort of Runic rhyme, 1 438 96 BELLSEG
In a sort of Runic rhyme, 1 438 100 BELLSEG
In a happy Runic rhyme, 1 438 106 BELLSEG
RHYMED ( 1 1)
[I. “Triple-rhymed natural-dactylic lines"] 1 393 1 MODC
RHYMES ( 1 1)
I early found Anacreon rhymes 1 157 21 INTRO
RHYMING ( 1 1)
To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells! 1 436 35 BELLSEG
RHYTHM ( 2 2)
In the rhythm of the shower — 1 110 123 ALAAR
of commencing a rhythm 1 393 14 MODC
RHYTHMICAL ( 1 1)
The rhythmical number 1 111 154 ALAAR
RIBALD ( 1 1)
with these ribald jests 1 253 20 POLI
RIBBON ( 1 1)
The youth who cut the ribbon for her shoes! 1 11 58 TEMP
RICH ( 7 5)
Rich clouds, for canopies, about her curled — 1 100 36 ALAAR
Achaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35 ALAAR
Archaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35BC ALAAR
Over hamlets, and rich halls, 1 140 20CF FAIRY1
Type of the antique Rome! Rich reliquary 1 228 1 COLIS
Rich melodies are floating in the winds — 1 269 47 POLI
Type of the antique Rome — rich reliquary 1 286 2 POLI
RICHER ( 2 2)
Bewildering fantasies — far richer visions 1 406 13 MARA
Richer, far wilder, far diviner visions 1 407 13 MARB
RICHES ( 2 2)
But not the riches there that lie 1 200 33 CITYA
But not the riches there that lie 1 202 32 CITYH
RICHEST ( 2 2)
That I’m the richest waiting maid in Rome 1 252 110 POLI
The richest vintner’s daughter owning these jewels! 1 252 111 POLI
RIDDEN ( 1 1)
The star hath ridden high 1 103 107 ALAAR
RIDDLE ( 3 3)
And yet it isn’t, Ugo, there’s a riddle! 1 250 75 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Thou speakest a fearful riddle 1 269 38 POLI
You will not read the riddle, 1 390 20 VALG
RIDDLES ( 1 1)
And now I leave these riddles to their Seer. 1 389 21 VALA
RIDE ( 2 2)
Ride, boldly ride,” 1 463 22 ELDOR
RIDICULOUS ( 1 1)
CASTIGLIONE. Ridiculous! Now I have seen Politian 1 259 61 POLI
RIFE ( 2 2)
Sweet was their death — with them to die was rife 1 111 168 ALAAR
Though it be rife with woe. It answers me. 1 262 63 POLI
RIGHT ( 17 17)
The soul which feels its innate right — 1 32 185 TAMA
May the d——l right soon for his soul call. 1 151 2 LOCKE
“Some gentle wind hath thought it right 1 184 31 IRENE1
Oh, lady bright! can it be right — 1 187 18 IRENE2
BENITO Oh you are right — 1 248 12 POLI
quite right — being as you say 1 248 12 POLI
And, between you and I, he’s right in it: 1 254 30 POLI
Besides you’re right — Oh! honesty’s the thing! 1 254 53 POLI
SAN OZZO. He’s right again. My lord, I’m going home, 1 255 58 POLI
What would San Ozzo think? I have no right 1 255 71 POLI
No right at all to do it. Am I not bound too 1 255 75 POLI
Having given thee no offence. Ha! — am I right? 1 281 55 POLI
you are right — get up! 1 284 105 POLI
The only king by right divine 1 384 1 KING
And thrilling as I see upon the right, 1 407 24 MARB
And thrilling as I see upon the right — 1 407 29 MARA
And, veritably, Sol is right enough. 1 425 9 DUNCE
RIGHTEOUS ( 1 1)
Most righteous, and most just, avenging Heaven! 1 282 93 POLI
RIGHTLY ( 1 1)
These names when rightly read, a name [make] known 1 222 15 ENIGMA
RIGHTS ( 1 1)
A glass of wine will put you all to rights. 1 255 84 POLI
RIGID ( 2 2)
And rigid bier, 1 335 13 LENA
See! on yon drear and rigid bier 1 336 4 LENK
RIGIDLY ( 1 1)
Virginal Lilian, rigidly, humblily, dutiful; 1 393 2 MODC
RILL ( 1 1)
Of melody in woodland rill — 1 100 6 ALAAR
RILLS ( 4 4)
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 33 220 TAMA
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 43 220 TAMB
And shooting with a thousand rills. 1 50 156 TAMF
And shouting with a thousand rills. 1 58 144 TAMH
RIM ( 4 2)
Is dripping from that golden rim; 1 183 10 IRENE1
Is dripping from yon golden rim; 1 183 108 IRENE1
Is dripping from her golden rim; 1 183 10C IRENE1
Exhales from out her golden rim, 1 187 4 IRENE2
RING ( 9 9)
Save when, between th’ Empyrean and that ring, 1 106 26 ALAAR
I saw that very ring upon the finger 1 251 87 POLI
Gave you the jewels! How (hiccup!) came you by the ring? 1 252 117 POLI
There’s Ugo says the ring is only paste, 1 262 51 POLI
The ring is on my hand, 1 307 1 BRIDA
The ring is on my hand, 1 308 1 BRIDF
Lo! the ring is on my hand, 1 308 25 BRIDA
Here is a ring, as token 1 309 24 BRIDF
How they ring out their delight! — 1 435 19 BELLSEG
RINGING ( 2 2)
Bells ringing and shouts heard in/ the distance. 1 275 25/26d POLI
To the swinging and the ringing 1 436 31 BELLSEG
RINGS ( 2 2)
Rings in the spirit of a spell, 1 46 25 TAMF
Rings, in the spirit of a spell 1 54 25 TAMH
RIOTOUS ( 1 1)
Thy riotous company, too — fellows low born — 1 258 20 POLI
RIPPLE ( 1 1)
The wave! there is a ripple there! 1 200 46 CITYA
RIPPLED ( 1 1)
And over the wet grass rippled away 1 162 28 FAIRY2
RIPPLES ( 3 2)
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 200 37 CITYA
For no ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36 CITYH
No murmuring ripples curl, alas! 1 202 36C CITYH
NISE ( 10 5)
By sunset did its mountains rise 1 38 362 TAMA
“Like ghosts the shadows rise and fall — 1 184 36.28C IRENE1
“My tinted shadows rise and fall!” 1 184 40 IRENE1
Like ghosts the shadows rise and fall! 1 187 29 IRENE2
And the star of life did rise 1 214 8A PARA
And the star of Hope did rise 1 214 8C-G PARA
And the stars never rise, but I feel the bright eyes 1 478 36 LEEA
And the stars never rise, but I see the bright eyes 1 478 36EFH LEEA
And the stars never rise but I see the bright eyes 1 479 36 LEEE
And the stars never rise but I feel the bright eyes 1 479 36A-DGJKL LEEE
NISEN ( 1 0)
Laying them down to die, have suddenly risen 1 400 9A MLS
RISING ( 2 2)
Hell rising from a thousand thrones 1 200 55 CITYA
Hell, rising from a thousand thrones, 1 202 52 CITYH
RITE ( 4 3)
How shall the burial rite be read? 1 205 1 PAEAN
And let the burial rite be read — 1 335 5 LENA
Come, let the burial rite be read — 1 336 5 LENK
Ah, let the burial rite be read — 1 336 5D LENK
RITUAL ( 2 2)
How shall the ritual, then, be read? 1 335 24 LENA
How shall the ritual then be read — 1 337 10 LENK
RIVALS ( 1 1)
By rivals loved, and mourned by heirs. 1 386 8 FSO
RIVEN ( 9 6)
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 53 231 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
Lay bare, thro’ vistas thunder-riven, 1 157 15 INTRO
Helen, thy soul is riven, 1 206 34 PAEAN
Thy life and love are riven, 1 206 34A PAEAN
Ith’ indignant ghost is riven — 1 336 56 LENA
the indignant ghost is riven — 1 337 20 LENK
th’ indignant ghost is riven — 1 337 24Ca LENK
the indignant ghost is riven — 1 337 24Cb-GL LENK
RIVER ( 10 7)
With Indian Cupid down the holy river — 1 102 79 ALAAR
Fair river! in thy bright, clear flow 1 134 1 TOPO
While, like a ghastly rapid river, 1 317 45 HAUNT
While, like a rapid ghastly river, 1 317 45ABCEHKLG HAUNT
Glides down the Stygian river! 1 334 4 LENA
Floats on the Stygian river! 1 334 4B LENA
a saintly soul floats on the Stygian river: — 1 336 2 LENK
By the mountains — near the river 1 344 25 ROUTE
By the mountain — near the river 1 344 25A8 ROUTE
For the napthaline river 1 457 35 ANNIE
RIVERS ( 1 1)
As the scoriac rivers that roll — 1 416 14 ULA
RIVULET ( 1 1)
And the rivulet that ran before the door! 1 263 85 POLI
ROAD ( 1 1)
Along the road — such oddity — such humour 1 266 35 POLI
ROAM ( 3 3)
On desperate seas long wont to roam, 1 166 6 HELF
Arise together, Lalage, and roam 1 273 47 POLI
Thy life’s free course should ever roam 1 386 9 FSO
ROAMED ( 1 1)
Of cypress, I roamed with my Soul — 1 416 11 ULA
ROAMING ( 3 3)
Roaming the forest and the wild; 1 30 121 TAMA
Roaming the forest and the wild, 1 49 124 TAMF
Roaming the forest, and the wild; 1 56 97 TAMH
ROAR ( 9 8)
And the deep thunder’s echoing roar 1 28 53 TAMA
And the deep trumpet thunder’s roar 1 46 52 TAMF
I was standing ’mid the roar 1 53 243 TAMF
And the deep trumpet-thunder’s roar 1 55 48 TAMH
I am standing ’mid the roar 1 131 17 SHOULD
I was standing ’mid the roar 1 131 17D SHOULD
Soho! — let us roar, 1 219 9 LATIN
How they clang and clash and roar! 1 436 54 BELLSEG
I stand amid the roar 1 452 12 TAKE
ROB ( 2 2)
But Octavia, do not strive to rob 1 17 6 OCT
Nor would I rob one loyal thought, 1 382 3 VANE
ROBE ( 4 3)
“Clothing us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46 COLIS
“And clothe us in a robe of more than glory.” 1 229 46A COLIS
(You shall have them all) a robe of sackcloth too 1 253 13 POLI
Clothing us in a robe of more than glory. 1 287 53 POLI
ROBED ( 2 2)
Is standing by the altar — the robed priest! 1 287 56 POLI
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
ROBES ( 1 1)
But evil things, in robes of sorrow, 1 316 33 HAUNT
ROCK ( 9 9)
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 33 217 TAMA
Of rock & forest on the hills; 1 43 217 TAMB
Of a wild lake with black rock bound, 1 47 83 TAMF
Of rock and forest on the hills — 1 50 154 TAMF
Of rock and forest, on the hills — 1 58 142 TAMH
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEA
Of a wild lake, with black rock bound, 1 85 5 LAKEF
But like the adamantine rock, 1 225 11 FANNY
Upon the rock-girt shore of Time. 1 386 12 FSO
ROCK-GIRT ( 1 1)
Upon the rock-girt shore of Time. 1 386 12 FSO
ROCKING ( 1 1)
Are rocking lullabies as they go, 1 183 19 IRENE1
RODE ( 2 2)
To distant spheres, from time to time, she rode, 1 100 24 ALAAR
Thro’ many a tempest, but she rode 1 103 108 ALAAR
ROLL ( 7 7)
Away — away — ’mid seas of rays that roll 1 100 20 ALAAR
In bed at a reveille “roll call.” 1 151 4 LOCKE
Do roll like seas in northern breeze 1 192 36 NISA
Do roll like seas, in Northern breeze, 1 193 34 NISB
As the scoriac rivers that roll — 1 416 14 ULA
As the lavas that restlessly roll 1 416 15 ULA
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
ROLL’D ( 3 3)
And roll’d, a flame, the fiery Heaven athwart. 1 114 236 ALAAR
From the sun that ’round me roll’d 1 146 15 ALONE
Then roll’d like tropic storms along, 1 156 12 INTRO
ROLLING ( 4 4)
Rolling like a waterfall 1 192 41 NISA
Rolling, like a waterfall, 1 193 39 NISB
Feel a glory in so rolling 1 437 84 BELLSEG
To the rolling of the bells — 1 438 107 BELLSEG
ROLLS ( 6 4)
She rolls through an ether of sighs — 1 417 40 ULA
She rolls through on ether of sighs — 1 417 40B ULA
And he rolls, rolls, rolls 1 438 90 BELLSEG
Rolls 1 438 90.1FGHJ BELLSEG
ROMANCE ( 4 3)
Romance, who loves to nod and sing 1 128 1 ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 128 IC ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 156 1 INTRO
In panoply of old romance, 1 183 6 IRENE1
ROME ( 20 17)
Rome to the Caesar — this to me; 1 27 34 TAMA
Rome to the Caesar — this to me? 1 46 35 TAMF
Rome to the Caesar — this to me? 1 54 31 TAMH
And the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10 HELF
And the grandeur of old Rome. 1 166 10AB HELF
To the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10C HELF
Type of the antique Rome! Rich reliquary 1 228 1 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their gilded hair 1 228 20 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 228 20A-D COLIS
Scene — Rome in the (16th) century. 1 247 1d POLI
That I’m the richest waiting maid in Rome 1 252 110 POLI
Oh, I’m the happiest, happiest man in Rome! 1 257 2 POLI
ROME. — A Hall in a Palace. ALESSANDRA and CASTIGLIONE. 1 257 16d POLI
Hourly in Rome — Politian, Earl of Leicester! 1 259 42 POLI
Having just arrived in Rome. Ha! ha! he is altered! 1 265 31 POLI
To Rome — his Grace the Duke of Broglio. 1 266 48 POLI
To Rome and to our palace Earl Politian! 1 266 53 POLI
Before all Rome I’ll taunt thee, villain, — 1 282 90 POLI
Type of the antique Rome — rich reliquary 1 286 2 POLI
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
ROOD ( 2 2)
And many a rood of land, 1 307 4 BRIDA
And many a rood of land, 1 308 28 BRIDA
ROOF ( 2 2)
The roof of his Excellency — and perhaps 1 270 66 POLI
On its roof did float and flow — 1 315 10 HAUNT
ROOM ( 6 5)
But now my soul hath too much room — 1 157 46 INTRO
Into the darkness of a room, 1 162 33 FAIRY2
This room for one more melancholy, 1 188 41DE IRENE2
Castiglione’s dressing-room. 1 252 32d POLI
CA room in the palace of DI BROGLIO. 1 264 22d POLI
That my room it is gloomy 1 457 47 ANNIE
ROSE ( 11 8)
There rose a fountain once, and there 1 39 401 TAMA
Lonely, like me, the desert rose, 1 52 215 TAMF
Up rose the maiden in the yellow night, 1 105 151 ALAAR
Up rose the maiden from her shrine of flowers, 1 105 156 ALAAR
And fell — not swiftly as I rose before, 1 114 238 ALAAR
Which have wither’d as they rose 1 137 14 TOMB
That rose — that what d’ye call it — that hung 1 161 12 FAIRY2
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 14.48 TOF
Not ev’n one lonely rose) — 1 237 14.4C TOF
ROSEMARY ( 3 3)
The rosemary sleeps upon the grave — 1 183 16 IRENE1
The rosemary nods upon the grave; 1 187 9 IRENE2
A rosemary odor, 1 458 63 ANNIE
ROSES ( 11 7)
Roses that grew in an enchanted garden, 1 445 9 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
To breathe the incense of those slumbering roses? 1 445 24 TOHEL
Regretting its roses — 1 458 56 ANNIE
Of myrtles and roses: 1 458 58 ANNIE
ROSES’ ( 1 1)
Were seen no more: the very roses’ odors 1 446 34 TOHEL
ROSY ( 1 1)
Of rosy head, that towering far away 1 106 7 ALAAR
ROUND ( 16 13)
Of flatt’ry round a sov’reign’s throne. 1 29 69 TAMA
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand, 1 37 327 TAMA
Of flatt’ry ’round a sov’reign’s throne. 1 40 69 TAMB
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand! 1 44 327 TAMB
Of flattery, round a sovereign’s throne. 1 47 68 TAMF
Of flattery ’round a sovereign’s throne. 1 55 64 TAMH
Of flattery ’round a sovereign-throne. 1 55 64E TAMH
Look ’round thee now on Samarcand! — 1 59 165 TAMH
Lurk’d in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31 ALAAR
Lurked in each cornice, round each architrave — 1 106 31B ALAAR
From the sun that ’round me roll’d 1 146 15 ALONE
All wreathed round with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 5B PARA
whom/ she encounters in turning round) 1 278 31/32d POLI
Round about a throne where, sitting, 1 316 21 HAUNT
And round about his home the glory 1 316 37 HAUNT
Round his fate will hover 1 399 13 LOU
ROUT ( 2 2)
The bodiless airs, a wizard rout, 1 187 22 IRENE2
But see, amid the mimic rout 1 326 25 WORM
ROUTE ( 4 2)
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
RUBIES ( 3 3)
these rubies — don’t you see? 1 251 96 POLI
A cross of rubies, you oaf! a cross of rubies! 1 251 104 POLI
RUBY ( 1 1)
And all with pearl and ruby glowing 1 316 25 HAUNT
RUDE ( 1 1)
Thus, while no single sound too rude, 1 223 22 SERE
RUDENESS ( 2 1)
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 270 85Ax POLI
Your bearing lately savoured much of rudeness 1 271 97 POLI
RUE ( 1 1)
With rue and the beautiful 1 458 65 ANNIE
RUIN ( 9 8)
The ruin moulders into rest; 1 187 12 IRENE2
These shattered cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29 COLIS
These shatter’d cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29FGHK COLIS
“From us, and from all Ruin, unto the wise, 1 229 35 COLIS
That we may date his ruin — so I call it — 1 249 39 POLI
Will ruin thee! thou art already altered — 1 258 14 POLI
And confidence — his vows — my ruin — think — think 1 263 88 POLI
These shattered cornices, this wreck, this ruin, 1 287 36 POLI
From us and from all ruin unto the wise, 1 287 42 POLI
RUIN’D ( 1 1)
Over ruin’d walls — 1 163 60 FAIRY2
RUINED ( 1 1)
For ruined maid. Fair mirror and true! — 1 263 70 POLI
RULE ( 8 8)
Being ignorant of one important rule, 1 148 12 ELIZA
“We rule the hearts of mightiest men — we rule 1 229 37 COLIS
We rule the hearts of mightiest men: we rule 1 287 44 POLI
Alas! I cannot rule my own, 1 382 2 VANE
With Love to rule our hearts supreme 1 382 15 VANE
O! would she deign to rule my fate, 1 384 9 KING
RULER ( 4 4)
Find Pride the ruler of its will. 1 32 194 TAMA
Find Pride the ruler of its will. 1 42 194 TAMB
But, now, the ruler of an anchor’d realm, 1 100 26 ALAAR
The ruler of the realm was seen. 1 316 24 HAUNT
RULES ( 1 1)
All rules of etiquette. This is a matter 1 284 95 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)