Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (SO through SOUL),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 493-504 (This material is protected by copyright)


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SO ( 232 205)
So pat, agreeable, and vastly proper 1 10 47 TEMP
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
My innate nature — be it so: 1 29 81 TAMA
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 33 197 TAMA
So plighted in his early youth,) 1 35 278 TAMA
So often lovely, and will list 1 38 371 TAMA
For all was flown that made it so — 1 39 393 TAMA
My innate nature — be it so: 1 40 81 TAMB
So have I held to Memory’s eye 1 41 98 TAMB
So oft perverted, will bestow 1 42 197 TAMB
Not so in deserts where the grand 1 44 254 TAMB
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 46 45 TAMF
Was giant-like — so thou, my mind! 1 47 61 TAMF
My innate nature — be it so: 1 47 72 TAMF
My soul — so was the weakness in it. 1 47 78 TAMF
So lovely was the loneliness 1 47 82 TAMF
And so, confusedly, became 1 50 148 TAMF
Not so in deserts where the grand, 1 50 174 TAMF
With music of so strange a sound, 1 51 190 TAMF
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 51 191 TAMF
So often lovely, and will list 1 52 202 TAMF
(So like you gather in your breath) 1 52 211 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 53 231 TAMF
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 55 41 TAMH
Was giantlike — so thou my mind. 1 55 57CE TAMH
My innate nature — be it so: 1 56 68 TAMH
And, so, confusedly, became 1 57 125 TAMH
Not so in deserts where the grand — 1 58 162 TAMH
With music of so strange a sound 1 59 184 TAMH
And beauty of so wild a birth — 1 59 185 TAMH
So often lovely, and will list 1 59 196 TAMH
(So like you gather in your breath) 1 60 205 TAMH
For all had flown who made it so. 1 60 214 TAMH
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
To the loved object — so the tear to the lid 1 77 18 STAN
So trembled from afar — 1 80 14 ADRE
So dimly shone afar — 1 80 14A ADRE
So lovely was the loneliness 1 85 4 LAKEA
So lovely was the loneliness 1 85 4 LAKEF
Joy’s voice so peacefully departed 1 100 8 ALAAR
The soul that scarce (the billows are so dense) 1 100 22 ALAAR
So eagerly around about to hang 1 101 45 ALAAR
Of her who lov’d a mortal — and so died. 1 101 47 ALAAR
So like its own above that, to this hour, 1 101 57 ALAAR
Ascend thy empire and so be 1 104 112 ALAAR
But ah! not so when, thus, in realms on high 1 104 130 ALAAR
But ah! not so when in the realms on high 1 104 1308 ALAAR
Yet thine is my resplendency, so given 1 105 141 ALAAR
To the proud orbs that twinkle — and so be 1 105 148 ALAAR
Achaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35 ALAAR
Archaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35BC ALAAR
Thy swollen pillars tremble — and so quake 1 107 39.28 ALAAR
An angel so soon 1 111 149 ALAAR
And looks so sweetly down on Beauty’s hair — 1 112 187 ALAAR
How lovely ’tis to look so far away! 1 113 199 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
“But, list, lanthe! when the air so soft 1 114 231 ALAAR
I left so late was into chaos hurl’d — 1 114 234 ALAAR
So shake the very Heaven on high 1 128 12 ROMG
So shake the very air on high 1 128 12ABJ ROMG
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 128 12C ROMG
So shake the very Heavens on high 1 128 12EF ROMG
At once — and so will I. 1 131 26 SHOULD
So young? ah! no — not now — 1 131 27 SHOULD
And so come down again 1 141 43 FAIRY1
(Logic and common usage so commanding) 1 148 2 ELIZA
And I have other reasons for so doing 1 148 5 ELIZA
“Love not” — thou sayest it in so sweet a way: 1 149 2 ACROS
Zantippe’s talents had enforced so well: 1 149 4 ACROS
And so, being young and dipt in folly 1 157 27 INTRO
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 157 36 INTRO
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
Joy so peacefully departs, 1 160 23 MYST
Thou! thy framing is so holy 1 160 28 MYST
Just now so fairy-like and well. 1 161 3 FAIRY2
So impudently in my face, 1 161 15 FAIRY2
So like a thing alive you know, 1 161 16 FAIRY2
And shook it into pieces — so 1 161 18 FAIRY2
Did you not say so, Isabel? 1 162 25 FAIRY2
None sing so wild — so well 1 173 3 ISRA
None sing so wildly well 1 175 3 ISRG
And the giddy stars (so legends tell) 1 175 5 ISRG
He might not sing so wildly well 1 177 48 ISRG
He might not sing one half so well 1 177 48C ISRG
One half so passionately, 1 177 49C ISRG
’T is now (so sings the soaring moon) 1 183 1 IRENE1
“So fitfully, so fearfully 1 184 35.1BC IRENE1
And hark! the sounds so low yet clear, 1 185 25.1BC IRENE1
Or so appear — or so appear! 1 185 25.4BC IRENE1
As it is lasting so be deep — 1 185 61 IRENE1
So fitfully — so fearfully — 1 187 25 IRENE2
Which is enduring, so be deep! 1 187 38 IRENE2
As it is lasting, so be deep! 1 188 46 IRENE2
So blend the turrets and shadows there 1 200 41 CITYA
So blend the turrets and shadows there 1 202 26 CITYH
On oceans not so sad-serene. 1 202 41C CITYH
That ever died so young? 1 205 4 PAEAN
So mournfully — so mournfully, 1 206 19 PAEAN
Who knocked over a thousand so fine 1 219 8 LATIN
So tear down the temples 1 220 7 SONGA
So sweet the hour — so calm the time, 1 222 1 SERE
But list, O list! — so soft and low 1 223 18 SERE
I would not break so calm a sleep, 1 224 2 SLEEP
At length — at length — after so many days 1 228 4 COLIS
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8 COLIS
Within thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8DFK COLIS
Among thy shadows, and so drink within 1 228 8E COLIS
So with the world thy gentle ways, 1 235 5 THOUA
So with the world thy gentle ways, 1 235 5 THOUF
So, with the world, thy winning ways, 1 23S 5 THOUJ
UGO. Sirrah! I said not so, or else I (hiccup) lied. 1 248 14 POLI
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
And of so gentle blood? Here is a change 1 249 25 POLI
UGO. He is drunk, Benito, — did you not say so, Rupert? 1 249 27 POLI
I think so too. He was, not long ago, 1 249 31 POLI
So beautiful and kind. 1 249 35 POLI
That we may date his ruin — so I call it — 1 249 39 POLI
Is it so late? is it all gone? very well! 1 250 72 POLI
So you’ve turned penitent at last — bravo! 1 253 10 POLI
Birds of so fine a feather 1 254 33 POLI
And of so wanton eye 1 254 34 POLI
I should so grieve about this little matter 1 255 67 POLI
So please you, Sir, of best Salermo brand 1 256 90 POLI
Why didst thou sigh so deeply? 1 257 7 POLI
Thy looks are haggard — nothing so wears away 1 258 15 POLI
So deep abstruse he has not mastered it. 1 259 55 POLI
LALAGE. “It in another climate, so he said, 1 260 5 POLI
“I think not so — her infelicity 1 261 18 POLI
Of that Egyptian queen, winning so easily 1 261 22 POLI
LALAGE. Wilt thou, my good Jacinta, be so kind 1 261 28 POLI
DUKE. Look you, Castiglione, be so kind 1 265 11 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Was it not so? 1 265 13 POLI
So little time could so much alter one! 1 265 26 POLI
DUKE. So, So, you see. 1 266 42 POLI
So please you for your Grace. 1 266 52 POLI
POLITIAN. Not so, Baldazzar! 1 267 5 POLI
DUKE. Retire! — so soon? 1 267 65 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
And now are friends — yet shall not be so long — 1 268 33 POLI
So keen a relish for the beautiful 1 269 44 POLI
“And is thy heart so strong 1 270 70 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 72 POLI
And is thy heart so strong 1 270 74 POLI
In merry England — never so plaintively — 1 270 77 POLI
“Is it so strong 1 270 79 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 81 POLI
And is thy heart so strong 1 270 83 POLI
“Who hath loved thee so long, 1 271 91 POLI
And is thy heart so strong? 1 271 93 POLI
Into the dust — so we descend together. 1 273 44 POLI
Why dust thou turn so pale? Not Conscience’ self, 1 274 60 POLI
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
Looking so like a lady! I’m a lady! 1 276 19 POLI
She was a peasant girl, she was so humble. 1 277 31 POLI
And I would look so like my lady in it! 1 278 57 POLI
So loud, so lady-like, and so commanding! 1 278 62 POLI
I’ll turn about and let him have it so — 1 278 83 POLI
’Tis I who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
Ungenial Britain which we left so lately, 1 280 25 POLI
A heaven so calm as this — so utterly free 1 280 26 POLI
So fresh upon thy lips I will not fight thee — 1 281 68 POLI
Extremely flat, and candid, and so forth 1 283 49 POLI
If so pray let me know! 1 283 54 POLI
That he’s deceased — if so the game is up. 1 283 71 POLI
So — so — you’re dead eh? come now — come now, Ugo! 1 283 72 POLI
Dead, so to say, but having just committed 1 283 75 POLI
SAN OZZO. Ah! I perceive — it’s positively so 1 283 77 POLI
I will inform the Count — but not so fast — 1 284 93 POLI
At length at length after so many days 1 286 5 POLI
Amid thy shadows, and so drink within 1 286 9 POLI
For vengeance or will never. So! the priest 1 287 55 POLI
And by him the bride — so beautiful — the bride 1 287 57 POLI
Over fabric half so fair! 1 315 8 HAUNT
That ever died so young! 1 335 8 LENA
That ever died so young?” 1 335 27 LENA
Go up to God so mournfully that she may feel no wrong! 1 335 31 LENA
that ever died so young — 1 336 6 LENK
in that she died so young. 1 336 7 LENK
in that she died so young. 1 336 7E LENK
That now so lowly lies — 1 336 40 LENA
that died and died so young?” 1 337 12 LENK
that perished so young?” 1 337 12C LENK
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
For her, the fair and debonair, that now so lowly lies, 1 337 17 LENK
So wills its King, who hath forbid 1 345 47 ROUTE
So wills the King, who hath forbid 1 345 47AB ROUTE
So that now, to still the beating 1 365 15 RAVEN
and so gently you came rapping, 1 365 21 RAVEN
And so faintly you came tapping, 1 365 22 RAVEN
fowl to hear discourse so plainly, 1 366 49 RAVEN
by reply so aptly spoken, 1 367 61 RAVEN
so, when Hope he would adjure 1 367 64ABC RAVEN
[...I so tired, so weary, 1 403 9 PHYS
Bubbles — ephemeral and so transparent — 1 425 11 DUNCE
To the tintinabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11 BELLSEG
To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11FGH BELLSEG
Feel a glory in so rolling 1 437 84 BELLSEG
And I rest so composedly, 1 456 13 ANNIE
For now, while so quietly 1 458 59 ANNIE
And so it lies happily, 1 458 67 ANNIE
And so I lie happily, 1 458 67A ANNIE
And I lie so composedly, 1 459 85 ANNIE
And I rest so contentedly, 1 459 89 ANNIE
This knight so bold — 1 463 8 ELDOR
None so devotional as that of “Mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHB
None so devotional as that of “mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHC
Are mother to the one I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHB
Are mother to the dead I loved so dearly, 1 467 11 MOTHC
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 478 21 LEEA
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 478 38 LEEA
So that her highborn kinsmen came 1 479 17 LEEE
So that her highborn kinsman came 1 479 17KL LEEE
The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, 1 479 21 LEEE
And so, all the night-tide, I lie down by the side 1 479 38 LEEE
SOAR ( 5 2)
Albeit he soar with an undaunted wing? 1 91 8A-E SCI
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceased to soar 1 114 237 ALAAR
Methought, Ianthe, then I ceas’d to soar 1 114 237A ALAAR
Methought, my sweet one, then I ceas’d to soar 1 114 237CE ALAAR
Or the stricken eagle soar! 1 215 20 PARA
SOARED ( 2 1)
Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing? 1 91 8 SCI
Albeit be soared with an undaunted wing? 1 91 8F SCI
SOARING ( 6 4)
Is soaring in the skies, 1 141 31 FAIRY1
’T is now (so sings the soaring moon) 1 183 1 IRENE1
I stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 18 IRENE1
We stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 IC IRENE1
See the White Eagle soaring aloft to the sky, 1 341 1 CAMP
A full-orbed moon, that, like thine own soul, soaring, 1 445 4 TOHEL
SOB ( .4 2)
POLITIAN. Weep not! oh, sob not thus! — 1 272 s POLI
And seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31 WORM
And the angels sob at vermin fangs 1 326 31ABCFHL WORM
And the seraphs sob at vermin fangs 1 326 310EK WORM
SOBBED ( 1 1)
In agony sobbed; letting sink her 1 417 58 ULA
SOBBING ( 4 3)
Of her chamber-window sobbing upon her knees 1 250 51 POLI
To the sobbing of the bells: — 1 438 103 BELLSEG
The sighing and sobbing, 1 457 20 ANNIE
The sighing and sobbing, 1 457 26AB ANNIE
SOBER ( 5 4)
Was Love, the blind, near sober Duty known? 1 112 180 ALAAR
The skies they were ashen and sober; 1 415 1 ULA
The skies were ashen and sober; 1 415 1C ULA
Our talk had been serious and sober, 1 416 20 ULA
Then my heart it grew ashen and sober 1 418 82 ULA
SOBS ( 1 1)
And ever and anon amid her sobs 1 250 52 POLI
SOCIABLE ( 1 1)
And sociable, and all that kind of thing 1 283 50 POLI
SOCIETY ( 1 1)
Keeps her secluded from society 1 254 29 POLI
SOCKET ( 1 1)
On a wine-table some candles burnt/ to the socket. 1 248 2/ 3d POLI
SOFT ( 13 11)
To her soft thrilling voice: To part 1 36 292 TAMA
And, tho’ my tread was soft and low, 1 60 216 TAMH
The smile of love — soft friendship’s charm — 1 81 12.1B HAPP
“But, list, Ianthe! when the air so soft 1 114 231 ALAAR
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 39E IRENE2
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 47 IRENE2
But list, O list! — so soft and low 1 223 18 SERE
Thus musical thy soft voice came, 1 225 5 FANNY
At thy soft-murmured words, “Let there be light!” 1 400 10 MLS
At the soft-murmured words that were fulfilled 1 400 11 MLS
The soft head bows, the sweet eyes close; 1 404 10 PHYS
Two words — two foreign, soft dissyllables — 1 406 7 MARA
Two words — two foreign soft dissyllables — 1 407 7 MARB
SOFTEN’D ( 2 2)
And homeward turn’d his soften’d eye. 1 51 196 TAMF
And homeward turn’d his soften’d eye. 1 59 190 TAMH
SOFTENED ( 1 1)
(greatly softened.) 1 282 3d POLI
SOFTLY ( 3 3)
All softly in ear, 1 111 145 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 ALAAR
And, softly dripping, drop by drop, 1 187 5 IRENE2
SOFT-MURMURED ( 2 2)
At thy soft-murmured words, “Let there be light!” 1 400 10 MLS
At the soft-murmured words that were fulfilled 1 400 11 MLS
SOHO ( 3 3)
Soho! — let us sing 1 219 6 LATIN
Soho! — let us roar, 1 219 9 LATIN
I can’t perceive you’re dead? soho! I see! 1 283 60 POLI
SOIL ( 3 3)
On mountain soil I first drew life — 1 46 39 TAMF
On mountain soil I first drew life: 1 54 35 TAMH
“Bore a bright golden flower, but not i’ this soil!” 1 260 6 POLI
SOL ( 1 1)
And, veritably, Sol is right enough. 1 425 9 DUNCE
SOLA ( 1 0)
I cola d’oro! — Fior di Levante! 1 102 77C ALAAR
SOLACE ( 8 7)
I had no other solace — then 1 36 288 TAMA
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 45 1 TAMF
Solace to my imagining? 1 48 97 TAMF
Kind solace in a dying hour! 1 53 1 TAMH
For him who thence could solace bring 1 85 19 LAKEA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 86 20 LAKEF
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 5 TOF
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 14.58C TOF
SOLD ( 1 1)
The pretty little hand that sold her tape, 1 11 56 TEMP
SOLE ( 1 0)
A troop of Echoes whose sole duty 1 316 29B HAUNT
SOLEMN ( 19 16)
Beetling it bends athwart the solemn sky, 1 112 192 ALAAR
The most sad and solemn note — 1 160 21 MYST
And this all solemn silentness! 1 187 36 IRENE2
And thine all solemn silentness! 1 187 36D IRENE2
The solemn song be sung? 1 205 2 PAEAN
Tun’d to such solemn song 1 206 18 PAEAN
(Such language holds the solemn sea 1 214 17 PARA
Like the murmur of the solemn seas 1 214 17A PARA
And as the solemn music breaks 1 225 3 FANNY
Which veils the solemn midnight sky, 1 225 8 FANNY
Low, sad, and solemn, but most audible, 1 263 68 POLI
A solemn vow! 1 263 95 POLI
By all I hold most sacred and most solemn — 1 273 36 POLI
A spectral figure, solemn, and slow, and noiseless — 1 273 55 POLI
Like the grim shadow Conscience, solemn and noiseless. 1 274 56 POLI
Newly with grass o’ergrown; some solemn graces, 1 322 7 SILE
And let the solemn song 1 335 30 LENA
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72 BELLSEG
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72A-HJ BELLSEG
SOLEMNLY ( 4 4)
How solemnly pervading the calm air! 1 104 123 ALAAR
Solemnly sworn perfidiously broken 1 254 43 POLI
Again! — again! — how solemnly it falls 1 269 56 POLI
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
SOLID ( 1 1)
From matter and light, evinced in solid and shade. 1 322 4 SILE
SOLILOQUY ( 1 1)
(During this part of the soliloquy 1 278 21d POLI
SOLITARY ( 2 2)
My solitary soul — how make 1 48 98 TAMF
Whose solitary soul could make 1 86 22 LAKEF
SOLITUDE ( 6 5)
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
O’er the enchanted solitude, 1 193 30 NISB
Over the magic solitude. 1 195 13 NISE
The scenic solitude! 1 326 28 WORM
SOLOMON ( 1 1)
“Seldom we find,” says Solomon Don Dunce, 1 425 1 DUNCE
SOME ( 66 55)
Some object of delight upon, 1 29 95 TAMA
Of some ill demon, with a power 1 32 173 TAMA
Some object of delight upon 1 41 95 TAMB
Some particles of sand — 1 53 246 TAMF
Some page of early lore upon, 1 56 82 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
To seek a shelter in some happier star? 1 91 11 SCI
To seek for shelter in some happier star? 1 91 11BC SCI
Some eager spirit flapp’d his dusky wing. 1 106 27 ALAAR
Some eager spirit flapp’d a dusky wing. 1 106 27B ALAAR
Some have left the cool glade, and 1 110 140 ALAAR
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 128 4 ROMG
Some particles of sand — 1 131 20 SHOULD
Far down within some shadowy lake, 1 156 4 INTRO
Which thro’ some tatter’d curtain pries 1 162 32 FAIRY2
“Some gentle wind hath thought it right 1 184 31 IRENE1
Its way to some remember’d lake, 1 184 48 IRENE1
For her may some tall vault unfold, 1 185 68 IRENE1
Some tomb, which oft hath flung its black 1 185 71 IRENE1
For her may some tall vault unfold — 1 188 49 IRENE2
For her may some tall tomb unfold — 1 188 49DE IRENE2
Some vault that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50 IRENE2
Some tomb that oft hath flung its black 1 188 SODE IRENE2
Some sepulchre, remote, alone, 1 188 54 IRENE2
Some vault all haughtily alone, 1 188 54D IRENE2
Some tomb from out whose sounding door 1 188 57 IRENE2
Some vault from out whose sounding door 1 188 57E IRENE2
Low crouched on Earth, some violets lie, 1 193 42 NISB
And, nearer Heaven, some lilies wave 1 193 43 NISB
And Death to some more happy clime 1 200 57 CITYA
Upon some far-off happier sea — 1 202 39 CITYH
Sleep on, sleep on, some fairy dream 1 224 17 SLEEP
Like some enchanted far-off isle 1 237 9 TOF
In some tumultuous sea — 1 237 10 TOF
Some ocean throbbing far and free 1 237 11 TOF
Some lake beset as lake can be 1 237 11A TOF
Some ocean vexed as it may be 1 237 11BC TOF
On a wine-table some candles burnt/ to the socket. 1 248 2/ 3d POLI
Barring some trivial improprieties, 1 249 32 POLI
(Showing/ some jewels) 1 251 2/ 3d POLI
I’m in despair! I’ll (hiccup!) do some desperate deed! 1 251 91 POLI
Castiglione but some peasant hind 1 254 49 POLI
The humble tiller of some humble field 1 254 50 POLI
here is some wine my lord — 1 255 87 POLI
on/ which lie some books and a hand mirror. 1 260 5/ 6d POLI
(pauses — turns over some leaves, and resumes.) 1 260 20d POLI
And be no more Politian, but some other. 1 268 13 POLI
There is a difference between some ladies 1 276 21 POLI
Some people are fools by nature — some have a talent 1 277 44 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. My lord, some strange, 1 280 47 POLI
Some singular mistake — misunderstanding — 1 280 48 POLI
Some words most unaccountable, in writing 1 280 51 POLI
There are some qualities — some incorporate things, 1 322 1 SILE
Newly with grass o’ergrown; some solemn graces, 1 322 7 SILE
Some human memories and tearful lore, 1 322 8 SILE
Some human memories a tearful lore, 1 322 8A SILE
But should some urgent fate (untimely lot!) 1 322 12 SILE
As of some one gently rapping, 1 364 4 RAVEN
As of some one gently tapping, 1 364 4G RAVEN
“’Tis some visiter,” I muttered, 1 365 5 RAVEN
“’Tis some visiter entreating 1 365 16 RAVEN
Some late visiter entreating 1 365 17 RAVEN
Caught from some unhappy master 1 367 63 RAVEN
SOMEBODY ( 1 1)
I don’t, a super(hiccup)ciliary somebody 1 250 65 POLI
SOMETHING ( 10 6)
The monkey’s made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36 TEMP
The monkeys made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36C TEMP
The monkey made me swear, though something loath; 1 10 36D TEMP
Something he spoke of the old cot: 1 39 399 TAMA
Something about Satan’s dart — 1 192 11 NISA
Something about angel wings — 1 192 12 NISA
something louder than before. 1 366 32W RAVEN
something at my window lattice; 1 366 33 RAVEN
Were you not something, of a dunce, my dear — 1 389 20 VALA
Were you not something of a dunce, my dear: — 1 389 20BC VALA
SOMETIMES ( 1 1)
Were almost passionate sometimes — 1 157 22 INTRO
SOMEWHAT ( 2 1)
Attend thou also somewhat more 1 258 23A2x POLI
somewhat louder than before. 1 366 32 RAVEN
SOMEWHERE ( 1 1)
Strut about 1 all along 1 shore there 1 somewhere 1 1 394 3 MODD
SON ( 9 9)
With these untimely revels of his son? 1 249 22 POLI
Pardons his son, but is most wroth with her 1 249 45 POLI
DI BROGLIO. My son, I’ve news for thee! — hey? — 1 259 38 POLI
A most hilarious man. Be not, my son, 1 265 23 POLI
Your son made mention of — (your son is he not?) 1 267 60 POLI
This way, my son, I wish to speak with thee. 1 267 75 POLI
His son and heir. 1 270 69 POLI
[VI. Line illustrating (in the syllable son) 1 393 17 MODC
SONG ( 18 14)
To bear the Goddess’ song, in odors, up to Heaven: 1 102 81 ALAAR
Succeeding years, too wild for song, 1 156 11 INTRO
An unimpassion’d song: 1 174 26 ISRA
An unimpassioned song; 1 176 31 ISRG
An unimpassion’d song; 1 176 31DH ISRG
The solemn song be sung? 1 205 2 PAEAN
Tun’d to such solemn song 1 206 18 PAEAN
Through the grey chambers to my song, 1 206 28.3A PAEAN
And him whose song revives departed hours, 1 222 12 ENIGMA
Sings its wild death song, sweet and clear, 1 225 2 FANNY
BALDAZZAR. The song is English, and I oft have heard it 1 270 76 POLI
The funeral song be sung — 1 335 6 LENA
And let the solemn song 1 335 30 LENA
the funeral song be sung! — 1 336 5 LENK
but let a Sabbath song 1 337 13 LENK
and let a Sabbath song 1 337 13C-GL LENK
till his song one burden bore — 1 367 64H RAVEN
Singing a song, 1 463 5 ELDOR
SONGS ( 1 1)
till his songs one burden bore — 1 367 64 RAVEN
SONNET ( 1 1)
“Half an idea in the profoundest sonnet. 1 425 2 DUNCE
SOON ( 8 6)
An angel so soon 1 111 149 ALAAR
May the d 1 right soon for his soul call. 1 151 2 LOCKE
And, thro’ the opening left, as soon 1 161 21 FAIRY2
But she did not die too soon, 1 206 31 PAEAN
Thou did’st not die too soon, 1 206 31A PAEAN
DUKE. Retire! — so soon? 1 267 65 POLI
Soon again I heard a tapping 1 366 32 RAVEN
Soon I heard again a tapping 1 366 32ABCEFHJLNPU RAVEN
SOOTHES ( 1 1)
My heart, of all that soothes its pain 1 17 7 OCT
SOOTHING ( 1 1)
’Tis a peaceful, soothing region — 1 345 40 ROUTE
SORE ( 1 1)
To weep, as he did, till his eyes were sore, 1 9 14 TEMP
SORELY ( 3 3)
Am I not — am I not sorely — grievously tempted 1 282 83 POLI
And my soul is sorely shaken, 1 308 39 BRIDA
And my soul is sorely shaken 1 309 30 BRIDF
SORROW ( 19 15)
8ow’d down in sorrow, and in shame. — 1 27 23 TAMA
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
But that you sorrow for my fate 1 137 7 TOMD
My sorrow — I could not awaken 1 146 6 ALONE
Sorrow is not melancholy 1 160 29 MYST
Like joy upon sorrow! 1 162 37 FAIRY2
Its way to Heaven — and sorrow forsake, 1 184 48C IRENE1
not even deep sorrow — 1 258 17 POLI
A lady’s voice! — and sorrow in the tone! 1 269 54 POLI
And Sorrow shall be no more, and Eros be all. 1 274 77 POLI
But evil things, in robes of sorrow, 1 316 33 HAUNT
(Ah, let us mourn! — for never sorrow 1 316 35F3 HAUNT
From my books surcease of sorrow — 1 365 10 RAVEN
sorrow for the lost Lenore — 1 365 10 RAVEN
Tell this soul with sorrow laden 1 368 93 RAVEN
And on thine own, upturn’d — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20 TOHEL
And on thine own, upturned — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20CD TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose name is also Sorrow,) 1 445 22 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose earthly name is Sorrow,) 1 445 22A TOHEL
SORROWFULLY ( 1 1)
Till they sorrowfully trailed in the dust. 1 417 60 ULA
SORRY ( 1 1)
To grieve thee or to vex thee? — I am sorry. 1 261 37 POLI
SORT ( 5 4)
(A sort which, upon trial, 1 140 13CF FAIRY1
And all that sort of thing — ha! ha! ha! ha! 1 285 135 POLI
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
SOUGHT ( 5 4)
I sought my long-abandon’d land, 1 38 361 TAMA
And sought his company. They speak of him 1 259 58 POLI
vainly I had sought to borrow 1 365 9 RAVEN
Sought a precipitate pathway up through heaven, 1 445 5 TOHEL
Sought a precipitant pathway up through heaven, 1 445 SBCD TOHEL
SOUL ( 90 84)
I don’t remember one, upon my soul, 1 10 43 TEMP
My soul imbib’d unhallow’d feeling; 1 28 47 TAMA
My soul in mystery to steep: 1 29 74 TAMA
Hath fix’d my soul, tho’ unforgiv’n 1 30 106 TAMA
The soul which feels its innate right — 1 32 185 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
A portion of his willing soul 1 36 309 TAMA
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 38 370 TAMA
My soul in mystery to steep: 1 40 74 TAMB
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
My soul — so was the weakness in it. 1 47 78 TAMF
My solitary soul — how make 1 48 98 TAMF
Which fallest into the soul like rain 1 51 185 TAMF
That soul will hate the evening mist, 1 52 201 TAMF
Which fall’st into the soul like rain 1 59 179 TAMH
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 59 195 TAMH
Thy soul shall find itself alone — 1 71 1 SPIRA
Thy soul shall find itself alone 1 72 1 SPIRD
As a spell upon his soul: 1 75 14 IMIT
Where wand’rest thou my soul? 1 79 .4A ADRE
A soul that knew it well. 1 82 24 HAPP
Whose solitary soul could make 1 86 22 LAKEF
Empyrean splendor o’er th’ unchained soul — 1 100 21 ALAAR
The soul that scarce (the billows are so dense) 1 100 22 ALAAR
Of her soul-searching eyes. 1 135 14 TOPO
And soul and body worship it. 1 147 4 LEA
Endued with neither soul, nor sense, nor art, 1 148 11 ELIZA
May the d 1 right soon for his soul call. 1 151 2 LOCKE
But now my soul hath too much room — 1 157 46 INTRO
And after-drunkenness of soul 1 158 52 INTRO
My soul is lolling on thy sighs! 1 161 6 FAIRY2
’Neath which thy slumb’ring soul lies hid, 1 187 27 IRENE2
Helen, thy soul is riven, 1 206 34 PAEAN
For which my soul did pine — 1 214 2 PARA
My soul, lest it should truant be, 1 217 7 HYMN
That, scarce awake, thy soul shall deem 1 223 20 SERE
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom, and glory! 1 228 9 COLIS
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 5 TOF
My soul at least a solace hath 1 237 14.5BC TOF
BENITO. We may: the sin sits heavy on his soul 1 249 43 POLI
Either in body or soul. When saw you last 1 253 22 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! too bad upon my soul! 1 257 111 POLI
To what my fevered soul doth dream of Heaven! 1 260 11 POLI
Whom thou hast cherished to sting thee to the soul! 1 262 58 POLI
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
MONK. Think of thy precious soul! 1 263 82 POLI
BALDAZZAR. Give not thy soul to dreams: 1 268 21 POLI
Poor soul he’s gone! But now I think of it 1 284 78 POLI
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom and glory! 1 286 10 POLI
And my soul is sorely shaken, 1 308 39 BRIDA
And my soul is sorely shaken 1 309 30 BRIDF
Body and Soul. One dwells in lonely places, 1 322 6 SILE
Body and Soul. One dwells in desert places, 1 322 6A SILE
And Horror the soul of the plot. 1 326 24 WORM
Let the bell toll! — A saintly soul 1 334 3 LENA
A saintly soul 1 334 3.1B LENA
a saintly soul floats on the Stygian river: — 1 336 2 LENK
Lest her sweet soul, 1 336 50 LENA
Let no bell toll, lest her sweet soul, 1 337 22C-GL LENK
Let no bell toll, then, lest her soul, 1 337 23 LENK
And thus the sad Soul that here passes 1 345 49 ROUTE
And my soul was a stagnant tide 1 349 3 EULA
For her soul gives me sigh for sigh 1 349 16 EULA
Presently my soul grew stronger; 1 365 19 RAVEN
all my soul within me burning, 1 366 31 RAVEN
That one word, as if his soul 1 367 56 RAVEN
all my sad soul into smiling, 1 367 67ABCEFHJLNPORUW RAVEN
Tell this soul with sorrow laden 1 368 93 RAVEN
of that lie thy soul hath spoken! 1 369 99 RAVEN
And my soul from out that shadow 1 369 107 RAVEN
The grandeur of a guileless soul, 1 386 21 FSO
Eyes scintillating soul, there lie perdus 1 390 14 VALG
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
God shield the soul that ne’er forgets. [...3 1 403 6 PHYS
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. C...3 1 403 8 PHYS
Heaped o’er my soul by thee. Its spells are broken — 1 407 21 MARA
Of cypress, I roamed with my Soul — 1 416 11 ULA
Of cypress, with Psyche, my Soul. 1 416 12 ULA
A full-orbed moon, that, like thine own soul, soaring, 1 445 4 TOHEL
Save but the soul in thine uplifted eyes. 1 446 38 TOHEL
They fill my soul with Beauty (which is Hope,) 1 446 61 TOHEL
Was dearer to my soul than its soul-life. 1 467 14 MOTHB
Was dearer to my soul than its soul-life. 1 467 14 MOTHC
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul 1 478 32 LEEA
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul 1 479 32 LEEE


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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)