Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (SHOUTINGLY through SNOWY),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 481-493 (This material is protected by copyright)


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SHOUTINGLY ( 2 2)
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 33 220 TAMA
Gush’d shoutingly a thousand rills, 1 43 220 TAMB
SHOUTS ( 1 1)
Bells ringing and shouts heard in/ the distance. 1 275 25/26d POLI
SHOW ( 4 4)
O, I defy thee, Hell, to show 1 60 219 TAMH
To show you all what fools you are. 1 211 2 EPIG
His lordship’s chambers — show his lordship to them! 1 267 66 POLI
CVIII. Lines to show that “a truly Greek hexameter” 1 393 23 MODC
SHOWER ( 3 3)
In the rhythm of the shower — 1 110 123 ALAAR
Into a shower dissever, 1 141 40 FAIRY1
“No lingering winters there, nor snow, nor shower — 1 260 7 POLI
SHOWING ( 2 2)
(Showing/ some jewels) 1 251 2/ 3d POLI
ALESSAIORA7—Rethinks thou hast a singular way of showing 1 257 5 POLI
SHOWN ( 1 1)
The worldly glory, which has shown 1 27 26 TAMA
SHOW’R ( 1 1)
To wake to sunshine and to show’r, 1 224 3 SLEEP
SHRIEK ( 2 2)
They can only shriek, shriek, 1 436 42 BELLSEG
SHRIEKED ( 1 1)
bird or fiend!” I shrieked, upstarting — 1 369 97 RAVEN
SHRILL ( 1 1)
“Breathes the shrill spirit of the western wind.” 1 260 9 POLI
SHRILLY ( 1 1)
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
SHRINE ( 11 11)
It falls from an eternal shrine. 1 27 14 TAMA
Mighty envy — her young heart the shrine 1 30 113 TAMA
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine. 1 31 156 TAMA
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine — 1 41 156 TAMB
Might envy — her young heart the shrine 1 49 116 TAMF
Might envy; her young heart the shrine 1 56 89 TAMH
Up rose the maiden from her shrine of flowers, 1 105 156 ALAAR
Up many a melancholy shrine 1 200 28 CITYA
Up many and many a marvellous shrine 1 201 21 CITYH
A fountain and a shrine, 1 214 4 PARA
Who laid his heart upon thy shrine, 1 225 14 FANNY
SHRINES ( 2 2)
There shrines, and palaces, and towers 1 199 6 CITYA
There shrines and palaces and towers 1 201 6 CITYH
SHRIVE ( 3 3)
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 27 9 TAMA
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 45 4 TAMF
Of Earth may shrive me of the sin 1 53 4 TAMH
SHROUD ( 2 2)
There pass’d, as a shroud, 1 74 12 STAR
Piercing cold evening’s sable shroud 1 225 9 FANNY
SHROUDED ( 1 1)
Shrouded forms that start and sigh 1 344 35 ROUTE
SHRUBBERY ( 3 1)
The summer dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14ADE SCI
The summer’s dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 148C SCI
What guilty spirit, in what shrubbery dim, 1 112 174 ALAAR
SHUDDER ( 3 3)
How I shudder at the notes 1 434 15 BELLSB
How I shudder at the notes 1 435 15 BELLSC
That you shudder to look at me, 1 459 93 ANNIE
SHUDDERING ( 1 1)
(shuddering.) 1 264 6d POLI
SHUN ( 3 3)
To shun the fate, with which to cope 1 26 4 TAMA
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly 1 53 233 TAMF
No mote may shun — no tiniest fly — 1 61 238 TAMH
SHUT ( 3 3)
He is a dreamer and a man shut out 1 259 63 POLI
To shut her up in a sepulchre, 1 477 19 LEEA
To shut her up, in a sepulchre 1 479 19 LEEE
SHUTTER ( 1 1)
Open here I flung the shutter, 1 366 37 RAVEN
SIBYLLIC ( 1 1)
Its Sibyllic splendor is beaming 1 417 64 ULA
SICILIAN ( 1 1)
Apart — like fire-flies in Sicilian night, 1 105 145 ALAAR
SICK ( 3 3)
Oh! I am sick, sick, sick, even unto death, 1 268 29 POLI
SICKNESS ( 2 1)
The sickness — the nausea — 1 457 19A8 ANNIE
The sickness — the nausea — 1 457 25 ANNIE
SIDE ( 9 8)
With young Hope at her side, 1 206 22 PAEAN
in a side-long manner 1 260 14d POLI
and looks at a watch hanging by her side.) 1 276 5d POLI
With young hope at her side, 1 335 34 LENA
By the side of the pale-faced moon. 1 436 50 BELLSEG
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
In her tomb by the side of the sea. 1 478 41EH LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
In her tomb by the side of the sea. 1 479 41 LEEE
SIDE-LONG ( 1 1)
in a side-long manner 1 260 14d POLI
SIDES ( 2 1)
Instead of two sides, Bob has nearly eight, 1 10 21 TEMP
Instead of two sides, Job has nearly eight, 1 10 21CD TEMP
SIDROPHEL ( 1 1)
Of the small sea Sidrophel, 1 301 8 PARO
SIGH ( 9 9)
With a sigh as it pass’d on: 1 75 18 IMIT
Thy heart — Illy heart! — I wake and sigh, 1 132 9 BOWERS
And the light laughter chokes the sigh, 1 184 46 IRENE1
Why didst thou sigh so deeply? 1 257 7 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Did I sigh? 1 257 7 POLI
When I am very happy. Did I sigh? 1 257 10 POLI
Shrouded forms that start and sigh 1 344 35 ROUTE
For her soul gives me sigh for sigh 1 349 16 EULA
SIGHED ( 2 2)
And I sighed to him before me, 1 307 17 BRIDA
And I sighed to him before me, 1 309 17 BRIDF
SIGHING ( 3 2)
(sighing.) 1 257 29d POLI
fhe sighing and sobbing, 1 457 20 ANNIE
The sighing and sobbing, 1 457 26AB ANNIE
SIGHS ( 4 3)
My soul is lolling on thy sighs! 1 161 6 FAIRY2
She rolls through an ether of sighs — 1 417 40 ULA
She rolls through on ether of sighs — 1 417 40B ULA
She revels in a region of sighs. 1 417 41 ULA
SIGHT ( 9 7)
At least by sight, for I’m a timid man 1 11 61 TEMP
His form once seen becomes a part of sight, 1 11 70 TEMP
Whose failing sight will grow dim 1 36 316 TAMA
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
Seen but in beauty — not impeding sight 1 100 38 ALAAR
At sight of thee and thine at once awake! 1 311 4 ZANTE
But now, at length, dear Dian sank from sight, 1 446 48 TOHEL
SIGHTLESS ( 1 1)
“What tho’ in worlds which sightless cycles run, 1 104 133 ALAAR
SIGN ( 1 1)
“Be that word our sign of parting, 1 369 97 RAVEN
SILENCE ( 12 10)
A sound of silence on the startled ear 1 104 124 ALAAR
Silence is the voice of God — 1 104 125.1B ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the merest word of all. 1 104 127 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the veriest word of all. 1 104 127F ALAAR
Yet silence came upon material things — 1 108 64 ALAAR
To mar the silence ev’n with lute. 1 222 4 SERE
Silence! and Desolation! and dim Night! 1 228 11 COLIS
Silence and Desolation and dim Night 1 286 14 POLI
There is a two-fold Silence — sea and shore — 1 322 5 SILE
He is the corporate Silence: dread him not! 1 322 10 SILE
But the silence was unbroken, 1 365 27 RAVEN
In the silence of the night 1 437 73 BELLSEG
SILENT ( 16 14)
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 32 180 TAMA
Her silent, deep astonishment, 1 35 267 TAMA
A silent gaze was my farewell. 1 36 287 TAMA
And deeply felt the silent tone 1 42 180 TAMB
Who that had known the silent thought 1 44 247 TAMB
Be silent in that solitude, 1 71 5 SPIRA
Be silent in that solitude, 1 72 5 SPIRD
Be silent in thy solitude, 1 72 5B SPIRD
(Silent waterfalls!) 1 163 62 FAIRY2
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
The swift and silent lizard of the stones! 1 229 25 COLIS
Once more that silent tongue.” 1 271 104 POLI
The swift and silent lizard of the stones. 1 286 32 POLI
In the sad, silent watches of my night; 1 446 63 TOHEL
SILENTLY ( 3 3)
Streams up the turrets silently — 1 199 23 CITYA
Streams up the turrets silently — 1 201 15 CITYH
How silently serene a sea of pride! 1 446 45 TOHEL
SILENTNESS ( 2 1)
And this all solemn silentness! 1 187 36 IRENE2
And thine all solemn silentness! 1 187 36D IRENE2
SILKEN ( 3 3)
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
And the silken, sad, uncertain 1 365 13 RAVEN
There fell a silvery-silken veil of light, 1 445 6 TOHEL
SILLY ( 7 7)
My own voice, silly child! was swelling 1 28 56 TAMA
Laughing at her half silly wiles, 1 30 129 TAMA
My own voice, silly child, was swelling 1 47 55 TAMF
My own voice, silly child! — was swelling 1 55 51 TAMH
A silly — a most silly fashion I have 1 257 9 POLI
“You silly, sulky, dirty, stupid ideot! 1 278 77 POLI
SILVER ( 8 7)
Light on the lightning’s silver wing. 1 157 18 INTRO
While the silver winds of Circassy 1 160 14 MYST
Where weeps the silver willow! 1 215 20.68 PARA
The little silver bells! 1 434 2 BELLSB
The little silver bells! 1 434 3 BELLSC
From the silver tinkling cells 1 434 5 BELLSC
From the silver, tinkling throats 1 434 6 BELLSB
Silver bells! 1 435 2 BELLSEG
SILVERY ( 2 2)
What though the moon — the silvery moon 1 38 376 TAMA
There fell a silvery-silken veil of light, 1 445 6 TOHEL
SILVERY-SILKEN ( 1 1)
There fell a silvery-silken veil of light, 1 445 6 TOHEL
SIMILAR ( 2 1)
Again! — a similar tale 1 261 14 POLI
La! again! — a similar tale 1 261 14Ax POLI
SIMOOM ( 2 2)
As if my words were the Simoom! 1 51 180 TAMF
To them ’twere the Simoom, and would destroy — 1 111 165 ALAAR
SIMPLE ( 2 2)
All mystery but a simple name, 1 27 21 TAMA
And love — a simple duty. 1 235 8 THOUF
SIN ( 11 9)
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 27 9 TAMA
For they were childish, without sin, 1 30 116 TAMA
It is not surely sin to name, 1 31 157 TAMA
It is not surely sin to name 1 41 157 TAMB
Of earth may shrive me of the sin 1 45 4 TAMF
Of Earth may shrive me of the sin 1 53 4 TAMH
Thy luridness of beauty — and of sin. 1 107 39.4B ALAAR
Thrilling to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59 IRENE2
Nor thrill to think, poor child of sin! 1 188 59DE IRENE2
BENITO. We may: the sin sits heavy on his soul 1 249 43 POLI
And much of Madness, and more of Sin, 1 326 23 WORM
SINCE ( 6 6)
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power 1 29 80 TAMA
Have deem’d since I have reach’d to power 1 40 80 TAMB
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 47 71 TAMF
Have deem’d, since I have reach’d to power, 1 56 67 TAMH
Since it flickers up to Heaven through the night.” 1 418 71 ULA
They have not left me (as my hopes have) since. 1 446 54 TOHEL
SINCERELY ( 1 1)
I most sincerely pity you — but, Sir, 1 285 110 POLI
SINFULLY ( 1 1)
This sinfully scintillant planet 1 419 103 ULA
SING ( 12 10)
Romance, who loves to nod and sing 1 128 1 ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 128 1C ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 156 1 INTRO
None sing so wild — so well 1 173 3 ISRA
None sing so wildly well 1 175 3 ISRG
He would not sing one half as well — 1 175 41 ISRA
He might not sing so wildly well 1 177 48 ISRG
He might not sing one half so well 1 177 48C ISRG
That I should not sing at all — 1 206 16 PAEAN
Sing a thousand over again! 1 219 5 LATIN
Soho! — let us sing 1 219 6 LATIN
Was but to sing, 1 316 30 HAUNT
SINGER ( 3 3)
(hiccup) where is the buffo-singer? 1 248 8 POLI
With him and the buffo-singer. Ha! ha! ha! 1 257 120 POLI
The singer is undoubtedly beneath 1 270 65 POLI
SINGING ( 3 3)
The wantonest singing birds, 1 132 2 BOWERS
Singing a song, 1 463 5 ELDOR
Devoutly singing unto one another, 1 467 2 MOTHC
SINGLE ( 5 5)
What tho’ in worlds which own a single sun 1 105 139 ALAAR
The single-mooned eve! — on Earth we plight 1 105 152 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
Or that the thrill of a single kiss 1 136 11 TOMB
Thus, while no single sound too rude, 1 223 22 SERE
SINGLE-MOONED ( 1 1)
The single-mooned eve! — on Earth we plight 1 105 152 ALAAR
SINGS ( 4 4)
By which he sits and sings — 1 176 20 ISRG
’T is now (so sings the soaring moon) 1 183 1 IRENE1
Sings its wild death song, sweet and clear, 1 225 2 FANNY
(sings.) 1 254 9d POLI
SINGULAR ( 7 7)
ALESSANDRA. Methinks thou hast a singular way of showing 1 257 5 POLI
It is most singular now that you should laugh 1 265 9 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Most singular — singular! 1 265 10 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. ’Tis singular! 1 265 24 POLI
Most singular! I could not think it possible 1 265 25 POLI
Some singular mistake — misunderstanding — 1 280 48 POLI
SINK ( 2 2)
In terror she spoke; letting sink her 1 417 56 ULA
In agony sobbed; letting sink her 1 417 58 ULA
SINKING ( 4 4)
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 200 48 CITYA
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 202 45 CITYH
Then, upon the velvet sinking, 1 367 69 RAVEN
By the sinking or the swelling 1 437 65 BELLSEG
SINKS ( 3 3)
Then sinks within (weigh’d down by wo) 1 184 58 IRENE1
And he sinks — like me. 1 399 15 LOU
How the danger sinks and swells, 1 437 64 BELLSEG
SINNER’S ( 2 0)
Upon the sinner’s sacrifice 1 217 .2AB HYMN
Upon a sinner’s sacrifice 1 217 .2CD HYMN
SIR ( 57 55)
Why, really, sir, I almost had forgot — 1 10 30 TEMP
But damn it, sir, I deem it a disgrace 1 10 31 TEMP
Madam Jacinta if you please, Sir Ugo! 1 250 77 POLI
JACINTA. You may well say that Sir Ugo — very pretty! 1 250 80 POLI
SAN OZZO. Sir? 1 253 19 POLI
SAN OZZO Sir? 1 253 25 POLI
SAN OZZO Sir Count, 1 254 26 POLI
So please you, Sir, of best Salermo brand 1 256 90 POLI
UGO. No, Sir, you can’t have any. 1 256 95 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. How, Sir! — not have it? — 1 256 96 POLI
UGO. Not a drop, Sir, — not a drop. 1 256 97 POLI
UGO. Why, Sir, you see, the servant who brings it says 1 256 98 POLI
Down in the hall, Sir, — you’re to have your choice 1 256 101 POLI
UGO. Eh? — Sir? 1 256 103 POLI
UGO. Sir? — it’s the sackcloth, and that down below 1 256 108 POLI
UGO. Sir? — it’s the sackcloth, 1 256 108Ax POLI
ALESSANDRA. Then see to it! — pay more attention, sir, 1 258 27 POLI
ALESSANDRA Thou mockest me, sir! 1 258 30 POLI
Sir Count! what art thou dreaming? he’s not well! 1 258 33 POLI
What ails thee, sir? 1 258 34 POLI
As tell me, Sir, at once what is’t you mean. 1 265 12 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Why, Sir, the Earl Politian. 1 265 15 POLI
DUKE. That did you, Sir, and well I knew at the time 1 265 20 POLI
Upon his friend Baldazzar. Ah! welcome, Sir! 1 266 46 POLI
With your betrothed. You come, Sir, at a time 1 266 58 POLI
POLITIAN. Touching those letters, Sir, 1 266 59 POLI
Touching those letters, Sir, I wot not of them. 1 267 61 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
Command me, sir! what wouldst thou have me do? 1 268 9 POLI
Command me, sir! 1 268 14 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Let me beg you sir, 1 271 104 POLI
All this is very true. When saw you, sir, 1 279 23 POLI
BALDAZZAR. No more, my Lord, than I have told you, sir: 1 280 28 POLI
didst say, Sir Count? 1 281 64 POLI
To take thee at thy word? But mark me, sir! 1 282 84 POLI
In the first place, Sir, I did not hear a word 1 283 56 POLI
Your honour said, and in the second, Sir, 1 283 57 POLI
UGO. Not, Sir, exactly 1 283 74 POLI
UGO. Sir! — I’m defunct. 1 284 82 POLI
In saying “Sir Count, your worthy servant Ugo 1 284 86 POLI
UGO. Say that, Sir, say that! 1 284 90 POLI
Do you not think it were more fitting, Sir, 1 284 99 POLI
Unto the Count — ha! — do you take me Sir! 1 284 103 POLI
UGO. Get up? I can’t — Sir, I’ve been dead an hour 1 284 107 POLI
I most sincerely pity you — but, Sir, 1 285 110 POLI
Paughl this will never do! — why, bless me, Sir, 1 285 113 POLI
In very hot weather won’t — keep, you take me, Sir? 1 285 116 POLI
You smell, Sir, yes you smell — come now be quick! 1 285 118 POLI
Sir, you may drop to pieces! 1 285 121 POLI
Lend me your hand, Sir, do! 1 285 122 POLI
Extremely well attempted! — Sir I am glad 1 285 123 POLI
Now, Sir, this leg — a little farther — that’s it! 1 285 126 POLI
Now Sir the left — you have a genius, Ugo, 1 285 128 POLI
For putting out a leg! Pray Sir proceed! 1 285 129 POLI
Magnificent! — a little farther, Sir! 1 285 131 POLI
“Sir,” said I, “or Madam, truly 1 365 20 RAVEN
SIROC ( 1 1)
Upon the Siroc-wither’d plain, 1 59 180 TAMH
SIROC-WITHER’D ( 1 1)
Upon the Siroc-wither’d plain, 1 59 180 TAMH
SIRRAH ( 1 1)
UGO. Sirrah! I said not so, or else I (hiccup) lied. 1 248 14 POLI
SISTER ( 1 1)
And I said — “What is written, sweet sister, 1 418 78 ULA
SISTERS ( 1 1)
Think of my little sisters! — think of them! 1 263 86 POLI
SIT ( 8 8)
Sit down beside me, Isabel, 1 161 1 FAIRY2
Sit down, sit down — how came we here? 1 161 9 FAIRY2
Sit down! — let not my presence trouble you — 1 260 3 POLI
Sit down! — for I am humble, most humble. 1 260 4 POLI
To see me, as I sit upon the bank 1 276 18 POLI
Sit in a theatre, to see 1 325 5 WORM
Now — now to sit, or never, 1 436 49 BELLSEG
SITS ( 4 4)
By which he sits and sings — 1 176 20 ISRG
(UGO sits, and helps himself to wine. Enter RUPERT.) 1 248 23d POLI
BENITO. We may: the sin sits heavy on his soul 1 249 43 POLI
RUPERT. She sits alone 1 249 47 POLI
SITTETH ( 1 1)
Sitteth in Heaven. — Hist! hist! thou canst not say 1 269 50 POLI
SITTING ( 4 4)
Round about a throne where, sitting, 1 316 21 HAUNT
But the Raven, sitting lonely 1 367 55 RAVEN
still is sitting, still is sitting 1 369 103 RAVEN
SIX ( 3 3)
This time and dark — one, two, three, four, five, six! 1 276 9 POLI
Six hours! why I can very easily do 1 276 10 POLI
Four, five, six, seven — that’s it — 1 277 53 POLI
SIXTEEN ( 1 1)
Of taffeta — sixteen of gold brocade — 1 277 51 POLI
SKIES ( 21 16)
And she would mark the op’ning skies, 1 30 124 TAMA
And she would mark the opening skies, 1 49 127 TAMF
And she would mark the opening skies, 1 57 100 TAMH
To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies, 1 91 7 SCI
To seek for treasure in the jewell’d skies, 1 91 7A-E SCI
Hath drawn from the skies, 1 108 75 ALAAR
O! where (and ye may seek the wide skies over) 1 112 179 ALAAR
Alone could see the phantom in the skies, 1 114 254 ALAAR
Is soaring in the skies, 1 141 31 FAIRY1
Of Earth, who seek the skies, 1 141 42 FAIRY1
But the skies that angel trod, 1 176 23 ISRG
With casement open to the skies, 1 184 23 IRENE1
Her casement open to the skies! 1 184 24C IRENE1
With casement open to the skies 1 187 16.1DE IRENE2
(Her casement open to the skies) 1 187 16.2FGH IRENE2
Serenest skies continually 1 237 13 TOF
Surging, unto skies of fire; 1 344 16 ROUTE
The skies they were ashen and sober; 1 415 1 ULA
The skies were ashen and sober; 1 415 1C ULA
To point us the path to the skies — 1 417 45 ULA
To the Lethean peace of the skies — 1 417 46 ULA
SKY ( 39 32)
The blue sky — the misty light 1 37 319 TAMA
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 51 194 TAMF
Like lightning from the sky — 1 53 251 TAMF
No cliff beyond him in the sky, 1 59 188 TAMH
In the summer sky; in dreamy fields of light, 1 68 14 DREA
In the summer sky, in dreams of living light, 1 68 14AB DREA
In the deep sky, 1 102 83 ALAAR
And the red winds are withering in the sky! 1 104 132 ALAAR
With all thy train, athwart the moony sky — 1 105 144 ALAAR
Adorning then the dwellings of the sky. 1 106 19 ALAAR
Beetling it bends athwart the solemn sky, 1 112 192 ALAAR
But when its glory swell’d upon the sky, 1 115 257 ALAAR
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
Like lightning from the sky 1 131 25 SHOULD
From the lightning in the sky 1 146 17 ALONE
Dying along the troubled sky, 1 157 14 INTRO
Thro’ gazing on the unquiet sky! 1 157 39 INTRO
From my lyre within the sky. 1 175 44 ISRA
From my lyre within the sky. 1 177 51 ISRG
Through the terror-stricken sky, 1 192 40 NISA
Thro’ the terror-stricken sky, 1 193 38 NISB
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 199 12 CITYA
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 10 CITYH
Resignedly beneath the sky 1 201 24 CITYH
And not a cloud obscured the sky, 1 217 6 HYMN
And no storms were in the sky, 1 217 6A-D HYMN
And earth, and stars, and sea, and sky 1 223 14 SERE
Which veils the solemn midnight sky, 1 225 8 FANNY
All beneath a smiling sky. 1 302 5 MAY
See the White Eagle soaring aloft to the sky, 1 341 1 CAMP
Astarte within the sky, 1 349 19 EULA
Astart in the purple sky, 1 349 19Y EULA
The Moon in the purple sky, 1 349 19Y* EULA
Beneath the eternal sky of Thought: — 1 386 24 FSO
See! — it flickers up the sky through the night! 1 417 66 ULA
Stars in the sky, 1 459 97 ANNIE
Stars of the sky, 1 459 97DE ANNIE
SLAIN ( 2 2)
We, with one warrior have slain! 1 219 3 LATIN
A victim on love’s altar slain, 1 226 17 FANNY
SLANDEROUS ( 1 1)
by yours the slanderous tongue 1 337 11 LENK
SLAVE ( 1 1)
They are my ministers — yet I their slave. 1 446 56 TOHEL
SLAVES ( 1 1)
’Mid planets her slaves, 1 74 6 STAR
SLAYETH ( 1 1)
Who slayeth the dragon, the shield he shall win. 1 319 2 COUP
SLEDGES ( 1 1)
Hear the sledges with the bells — 1 435 1 BELLSEG
SLEEP ( 29 27)
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 29 71 TAMA
Thus, haply, while in sleep she dream’d 1 36 293 TAMA
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 40 71 TAMB
In a dreamy sleep — 1 110 117 ALAAR
In a deep dreamy sleep — 1 110 117F ALAAR
Whose sleep hath been taken 1 111 150 ALAAR
But sleep that pondereth and is not “to be” — 1 111 171 ALAAR
And sleep to dream till day 1 133 10 BOWERS
Is the passion of their sleep. 1 141 28 FAIRY1
I revell’d, and I now would sleep — 1 158 51 INTRO
The passion of our sleep! 1 162 56 FAIRY2
The lady sleeps: the dead all sleep — 1 184 41 IRENE1
The lady sleeps: oh! may her sleep 1 185 60 IRENE1
The lady sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 187 37 IRENE2
My love, she sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 188 45 IRENE2
Are redolent of sleep, as I 1 223 15 SERE
Sleep on, sleep on, another hour — 1 224 1 SLEEP
I would not break so calm a sleep, 1 224 2 SLEEP
Sleep on, sleep on, like sculptured thing, 1 224 5 SLEEP
Sleep on, sleep on, some fairy dream 1 224 17 SLEEP
Perchance is woven in thy sleep — 1 224 18 SLEEP
I’m positively stupid for want of sleep! 1 248 11 POLI
They that sleep up in the steeple 1 437 80E2 BELLSEG
And, to sleep, you must slumber 1 457 51 ANNIE
To sleep on her breast — 1 458 76 ANNIE
Deeply to sleep 1 458 77 ANNIE
SLEEPING ( 1 1)
On its margin is sleeping 1 110 138 ALAAR
SLEEPS ( 8 8)
The rosemary sleeps upon the grave — 1 183 16 IRENE1
All beauty sleeps: and lo! where lies 1 183 22 IRENE1
The lady sleeps: the dead all sleep — 1 184 41 IRENE1
The lady sleeps: oh! may her sleep 1 185 60 IRENE1
All Beauty sleeps! — and lo! where lies 1 187 16 IRENE2
The lady sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 187 37 IRENE2
My love, she sleeps! Oh, may her sleep, 1 188 45 IRENE2
When Nature sleeps and stars are mute, 1 222 3 SERE
SLEPT ( 6 5)
Will start, which lately slept in apathy? 1 78 19 STAN
Have slept with the bee — 1 110 141 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
No footstep stirred; the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL
For man never slept 1 457 49 ANNIE
SLIGHTLY ( 2 2)
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 200 48 CITYA
In slightly sinking, the dull tide — 1 202 45 CITYH
SLIP ( 1 1)
she tears a slip from the paper at each/ number, 1 277 30/31d POLI
SLIPPER ( 1 1)
Masks, a lute, a lady’s slipper, cards 1 248 3d POLI
SLOPES ( 1 1)
No more — no more upon thy verdant slopes! 1 311 8 ZANTE
SLOW ( 2 1)
By the slow Italian streams 1 215 26A PARA
A spectral figure, solemn, and slow, and noiseless — 1 273 55 POLI
SLUMBER ( 10 10)
And slumber, in my pride of power, 1 28 44 TAMA
Where in a deep, still slumber lay 1 36 285 TAMA
Go! breathe on their slumber, 1 111 144 ALAAR
As the spell which no slumber 1 111 152 ALAAR
A conscious slumber seems to take, 1 183 14 IRENE1
A conscious slumber seems to take, 1 187 14 IRENE2
That slumber o’er that valley-world. 1 193 32 NISB
Upon thy slumber shall intrude, 1 223 23 SERE
With quietude, and sultriness, and slumber, 1 445 7 TOHEL
And, to sleep, you must slumber 1 457 51 ANNIE
SLUMBER’D ( 2 2)
They slumber’d to hear — 1 111 147 ALAAR
But O that light! — I slumber’d — Death, the while, 1 113 210 ALAAR
SLUMBERER’S ( 1 0)
Which steal within the slumberer’s ear, 1 185 25.3BC IRENE1
SLUMBERING ( 1 1)
To breathe the incense of those slumbering roses? 1 445 24 TOHEL
SLUMBERS ( 1 1)
Shone on my slumbers in her lofty noon 1 69 24 DREA
SLUMB’RING ( 1 1)
’Neath which thy slumb’ring soul lies hid, 1 187 27 IRENE2
SLY ( 1 1)
And the sly mysterious stars, 1 192 20 NISA
SMALL ( 1 1)
Of the small sea Sidrophel, 1 301 8 PARO
SMALLEST ( 1 1)
The smallest point, or you may lose your labor. 1 389 9 VALA
SMELL ( 2 2)
You smell, Sir, yes you smell — come now be quick! 1 285 118 POLI
SMIL ( 1 0)
became my smil bride — 1 349 4AZ EULA
SMIL’D ( 4 3)
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d 1 30 123 TAMA
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 49 126 TAMF
And, when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 56 99 TAMH
Once it smil’d a silent dell 1 192 178 NISA
SMILE ( 10 9)
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 38 378 TAMA
Her smile is chilly, and her beam 1 52 209 TAMF
Her smile is chilly — and her beam, 1 60 203 TAMH
On her cold smile; 1 74 10 STAR
The smile of love — soft friendship’s charm — 1 81 12.18 HAPP
Flashing from Parian marble that twin smile 1 106 13 ALAAR
To smile and weep. 1 224 4 SLEEP
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
(trying to suppress a smile.) 1 254 36d POLI
And laugh — but smile no more. 1 317 48 HAUNT
SMILED ( 3 3)
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 192 17 NISA
Once it smiled a silent dell 1 195 1 NISE
That smiled and died in this parterre, enchanted 1 445 15 TOHEL
SMILES ( 4 4)
For when, in sunshine and in smiles, 1 30 127 TAMA
For mid that sunshine and those smiles, 1 49 130 TAMF
For ’mid that sunshine, and those smiles, 1 57 103 TAMH
To lone lake that smiles, 1 110 132 ALAAR
SMILING ( 7 5)
(smiling) 1 256 8d POLI
All beneath a smiling sky. 1 302 5 MAY
became my smiling bride. 1 349 5 EULA
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 366 43 RAVEN
my sad fancy into smiling, 1 367 67 RAVEN
all my sad soul into smiling, 1 367 67ABCEFHJLNPQRUW RAVEN
all my fancy into smiling, 1 367 67S RAVEN
SNAKE ( 1 1)
Thus the bright snake coiling 1 399 8 LOU
SNARE ( 2 2)
A snare in every human path — 1 52 225 TAMF
A snare in every human path — 1 60 230 TAMH
SNIVELLING ( 1 1)
JACINTA Stop! you snivelling fool! 1 251 94 POLI
SNOUTS ( 1 1)
Born and brought up with their snouts deep down 1 394 26 MODC
SNOW ( 3 1)
“No lingering winters there, nor snow, nor shower — 1 260 7 POLI
Snow-white palace — reared its head. 1 315 4ABCL HAUNT
Snow-white palace — rear’d its head. 1 315 4E HAUNT
SNOWS ( 3 3)
With the weight of an age of snows. 1 137 16 TOMB
With the snows of the lolling lily. 1 344 20 ROUTE
With the snows of the lolling lily, — 1 344 24 ROUTE
SNOW-WHITE ( 2 0)
Snow-white palace — reared its head. 1 315 4ABCL HAUNT
Snow-white palace — rear’d its head. 1 315 4E HAUNT
SNOWY ( 2 2)
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 53 228 TAMF
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 61 233 TAMH


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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)