Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (SOUL-LIFE through STIFF),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 504-516 (This material is protected by copyright)


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SOUL-LIFE ( 2 2)
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
SOULS ( 7 6)
Our thoughts, our souls — our God above! 1 223 24 SERE
Wherein our weary souls may rest, 1 382 6 VANE
Unthought-like thoughts that are the souls of thought, 1 407 12 MARB
From the limbo of lunary souls — 1 418 102 ULA
From the Hell of the planetary souls?” 1 419 104 ULA
disparted from their souls — 1 437 88A-D BELLSEG
Their odorous souls in an ecstatic death — 1 445 13 TOHEL
SOUL-SEARCHING ( 1 1)
Of her soul-searching eyes. 1 135 14 TOPO
SOUND ( 21 20)
Of which sound doctrine I believe each tittle, 1 9 7 TEMP
The sound of revelry by night 1 37 339 TAMA
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 38 372 TAMA
The sound of revelry to night 1 44 339 TAMB
With music of so strange a sound, 1 51 190 TAMF
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 52 203 TAMF
With music of so strange a sound 1 59 184 TAMH
To the sound of the coming darkness (known 1 59 197 TAMH
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
A sound of silence on the startled ear 1 104 124 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel in a summer night: 1 107 40 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel near a summer night: 1 107 40CE ALAAR
And sound alone that from the spirit sprang 1 108 66 ALAAR
The sound of the rain 1 110 120 ALAAR
Thus, while no single sound too rude, 1 223 22 SERE
the faintest sound 1 269 52 POLI
’Tis the sound 1 304 2 HARK
No morV alas, that magical sad sound 1 311 9 ZANTE
Compose a sound delighting all to hear — 1 389 18 VALA
For every sound that floats 1 437 76 BELLSEG
With a lullaby sound, 1 457 40 ANNIE
SOUNDED ( 2 2)
Now sounded to her heedless ear — 1 34 240 TAMA
Now sounded to her heedless ear — 1 43 240 TAMB
SOUNDING ( 8 5)
Against whose sounding door she hath thrown, 1 185 69 IRENE1
Some tomb from out whose sounding door 1 188 57 IRENE2
From out whose hollow-sounding door 1 188 57D IRENE2
Some vault from out whose sounding door 1 188 57E IRENE2
Of the hollow and high-sounding vanities 1 268 30 POLI
Oh, from out the sounding cells 1 436 25 BELLSEG
In her tomb by the sounding sea. 1 478 41 LEEA
In her tomb by the sounding sea. 1 479 41A-DFGJKL LEEE
SOUNDS ( 8 6)
Flap shadowy sounds from visionary wings — 1 104 129 ALAAR
And hark! the sounds so low yet clear, 1 185 25.1BC IRENE1
“Prophetic sounds and loud, arise forever 1 229 34 COLIS
To the frightful sounds of merriment below 1 249 49.1Ax POLI
The frightful sounds of merriment below 1 263 77 POLI
In hearkening to imaginary sounds 1 268 24 POLI
Prophetic sounds and loud arise forever 1 287 41 POLI
Two gentle sounds made only to be murmured 1 406 8 MARA
SOURCE ( 2 2)
From the same source I have not taken 1 146 5 ALONE
Is by (the very source of gloom) 1 162 34 FAIRY2
SOURS ( 2 2)
Is a world of sweets and sours: 1 174 35 ISRA
Is a world of sweets and sours; 1 176 41 ISRG
SOVEREIGN ( 3 1)
Of flattery ’round a sovereign-throne. 1 55 64E TAMH
And who her sovereign? Timour — he 1 59 173 TAMH
The sovereign of the realm was seen. 1 316 24ABC HAUNT
SOVEREIGN’S ( 2 2)
Of flattery, round a sovereign’s throne. 1 47 68 TAMF
Of flattery ’round a sovereign’s throne. 1 55 64 TAMH
SOVEREIGN-THRONE ( 1 0)
Of flattery ’round a sovereign-throne. 1 55 64E TAMH
SOV’REIGN ( 2 2)
And who her sov’reign? Timur he 1 37 333 TAMA
And who her sov’reign? Timur — he 1 44 333 TAMB
SOV’REIGN’S ( 2 2)
Of flatt’ry round a sov’reign’s throne. 1 29 69 TAMA
Of flatt’ry ’round a sov’reign’s throne. 1 40 69 TAMB
SOV’REIGNTY ( 1 1)
With more of sov’reignty than ancient lore 1 77 12 STAN
SPACE ( 1 1)
Out of Space — out of Time. 1 344 8 ROUTE
SPARE ( 1 1)
There’s time enough to spare — now let me see! 1 276 5 POLI
SPARKLE ( 1 1)
And long’d to rest, yet could but sparkle there! 1 108 59 ALAAR
SPARKLED ( 1 1)
Far down upon the wave that sparkled there, 1 106 14 ALAAR
SPARKLES ( 1 1)
For it sparkles with Annie — 1 459 98 ANNIE
SPARKLING ( 1 1)
And sparkling evermore, 1 316 28 HAUNT
SPEAK ( 27 24)
But speak to him, he’ll make you such grimace, 1 11 63 TEMP
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 31 133 TAMA
(I speak thus openly to thee, 1 32 182 TAMA
There was no need to speak the rest, 1 49 135 TAMF
There was no need to speak the rest — 1 57 108 TAMH
They tell me (while they speak 1 206 13 PAEAN
I can with more precision speak of him — 1 248 6 POLI
I speak to him — he speaks of Lalage! 1 258 32 POLI
And sought his company. They speak of him 1 259 58 POLI
And penitence? Didst thou not speak of faith 1 263 91 POLI
Demeanour of his friend — who to speak the truth 1 266 38 POLI
This way, my son, I wish to speak with thee. 1 267 75 POLI
Baldazzar, speak no more 1 268 27 POLI
LALAGE. And dost thou speak of love 1 272 1 POLI
To me, Politian? — dost thou speak of love 1 272 2 POLI
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
Thou askest me if I could speak of love, 1 272 10 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not to me of glory! 1 273 30 POLI
POLITIAN. Speak not — speak not of glory! 1 273 30AB POLI
What need we more? Ha! glory! — now speak not of it! 1 273 35 POLI
With those words upon thy lips — O, speak to me! 1 275 94 POLI
O speak to me! I knew thou wouldst not go! 1 275 99 POLI
I cannot speak — I cannot even think — 1 407 24 MARA
I cannot write — I cannot speak or think, 1 408 19 MARB
Too much horrified to speak, 1 436 41 BELLSEG
Much too horrified to speak, 1 436 41A-D BELLSEG
SPEAKEST ( 2 2)
BALDAZZAR. Thou speakest a fearful riddle 1 269 38 POLI
Thou speakest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65 POLI
SPEAKFTH ( 3 1)
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
SPEAKING ( 2 1)
On yesterday we were speaking of the Earl? 1 264 3 POLI
of which all tongues are speaking — a land new found — 1 274 66A POLI
SPEAKS ( 9 6)
All Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128 ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and ev’n ideal things 1 104 128BCE ALAAR
There Nature speaks, and even ideal things 1 104 128D ALAAR
Here Nature speaks, and even ideal things 1 104 128F ALAAR
I speak to him — he speaks of Lalage! 1 258 32 POLI
But Rumour speaks of him as of a prodigy 1 259 48 POLI
It speaks of sunken eyes, and wasted cheeks, 1 262 64 POLI
(while she speaks, 1 263 8d POLI
And speaks a purpose unholy — thy lips are livid — 1 264 108 POLI
SPECIMEN ( 1 1)
Have brought a specimen 1 141 45 FAIRY1
SPECTRAL ( 2 2)
And on the spectral mountain’s crown 1 223 12 SERE
A spectral figure, solemn, and slow, and noiseless — 1 273 55 POLI
SPECTRE ( 6 4)
Glides, spectre-like, unto his marble home, 1 229 23 COLIS
Of yonder trees methought a spectre past — 1 273 54Ax POLI
Glides spectre-like unto his marble home 1 286 30 POLI
That spectre in my path? 1 320 2 MOTTO
Have drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101 ULA
Had drawn up the spectre of a planet 1 418 101AB ULA
SPECTRE-LIKE ( 2 2)
Glides, spectre-like, unto his marble home, 1 229 23 COLIS
Glides spectre-like unto his marble home 1 286 30 POLI
SPEECH ( 1 1)
I never heard a better speech in my life. 1 254 52 POLI
SPEED ( 1 1)
With speed that may not tire 1 103 96 ALAAR
SPELL ( 10 10)
Rings in the spirit of a spell, 1 46 25 TAMF
But then a gentler, calmer spell, 1 48 100 TAMF
Rings, in the spirit of a spell 1 54 25 TAMH
Or spell had bound me —• ’twas the chilly wind 1 69 21 DREA
As a spell upon his soul: 1 75 14 IMIT
That with a quick’ning spell Both o’er us pass 1 77 15 STAN
As the spell which no slumber 1 111 152 ALAAR
The sun-ray dropp’d, in Lemnos, with a spell 1 113 203 ALAAR
Ceasing their hymns, attend the spell 1 175 6 ISRG
Baldazzar, it oppresses me like a spell! 1 269 SS POLI
SPELLED ( 1 1)
I am spelled by art. 1 399 7 LOU
SPELLS ( 6 5)
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 228 13 COLIS
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 228 15B COLIS
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 286 17 POLI
O spells more potent than the rapt Chaldee 1 286 19 POLI
Could hope to utter. And I! my spells are broken. 1 407 16 MARB
Heaped o’er my soul by thee. Its spells are broken — 1 407 21 MARA
SPHERE ( 3 2)
In their own sphere — will not believe 1 35 260 TAMA
Which dreamy poets name “the music of the sphere.” 1 104 125 ALAAR
(Like music of another sphere) 1 185 25.26C IRENE1
SPHERES ( 3 3)
To distant spheres, from time to time, she rode, 1 100 24 ALAAR
The music of the spheres. 1 325 8 WORM
Upon those crystalline, celestial spheres! 1 446 43 TOHEL
SPIRAL ( 1 1)
With a spiral twist and a swell, 1 162 27 FAIRY2
SPIRDS ( 2 2)
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 200 26 CITYA
Up domes — up spires — up kingly halls — 1 201 17 CITYH
SPIRIT ( 80 73)
Might know the secret of a spirit 1 27 22 TAMA
And a proud spirit, which hath striv’n 1 27 36 TAMA
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 29 71 TAMA
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 30 131 TAMA
My spirit with the tempest strove, 1 31 146 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known, 1 32 179 TAMA
There is a power in the high spirit 1 32 191 TAMA
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 33 199 TAMA
To him, whose loving spirit will dwell 1 36 311 TAMA
My spirit what it e’er had been. 1 38 354 TAMA
Its spirit cradled me to sleep, 1 40 71 TAMB
My spirit with the tempest strove 1 41 146 TAMB
The passionate spirit which hath known 1 42 179 TAMB
There is a power in the high spirit 1 42 191 TAMB
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 42 199 TAMB
A spirit ne’er to be at rest. 1 44 246 TAMB
Hear thou the secret of a spirit 1 45 13 TAMF
Rings in the spirit of a spell, 1 46 25 TAMF
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 46 37 TAMF
(O how my spirit would rejoice 1 47 56 TAMF
My infant spirit would awake 1 48 89 TAMF
Like moonlight on my spirit fell, 1 48 101 TAMF
And pour my spirit out in tears, 1 49 134 TAMF
O human love! thou spirit given 1 51 183 TAMF
Know thou the secret of a spirit 1 54 13 TAMH
Rings, in the spirit of a spell 1 54 25 TAMH
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 54 33 TAMH
(O! how my spirit would rejoice, 1 55 52 TAMH
And pour my spirit out in tears — 1 57 107 TAMH
My spirit struggled with, and strove, 1 57 113 TAMH
O, human love! thou spirit given, 1 59 177 TAMH
My spirit not awak’ning till the beam 1 68 2 DREA
Its image on my spirit, or the moon 1 69 23 DREA
From thy spirit shall they pass 1 72 21 SPIRD
From thy spirit shall they pass. 1 72 22B SPIRD
Which my spirit hath not seen. 1 75 8 IMIT
That vision of my spirit; 1 75 12 IMIT
A passionate light — such for his spirit was fit — 1 77 6 STAN
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
That high tone of the spirit which hath striv’n 1 78 29 STAN
My spirit spurn’d control, 1 79 .2A ADRE
A lonely spirit guiding. 1 79 12 ADRE
Be still my spirit. 1 81 12 HAPP
My infant spirit would awake 1 85 11 LAKEA
My boyish spirit would awake 1 85 11B LAKEF
My infant spirit would awake 1 85 11C LAKEF
Bursting its odorous heart in spirit to wing 1 102 72 ALAAR
“Spirit! that dwellest where, 1 102 82 ALAAR
What spirit shall reveal? 1 103 101 ALAAR
Some eager spirit flapp’d his dusky wing. 1 106 27 ALAAR
Some eager spirit flapp’d a dusky wing. 1 106 27B ALAAR
And sound alone that from the spirit sprang 1 108 66 ALAAR
And there — oh! may my weary spirit dwell — 1 111 172 ALAAR
What guilty spirit, in what shrubbery dim, 1 112 174 ALAAR
He was a goodly spirit — he who fell: 1 112 182 ALAAR
Fail’d, as my pennon’d spirit leapt aloft, 1 114 232 ALAAR
Its down upon my spirit flings — 1 128 17 ROMG
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 128 17C ROMG
Whom my spirit had not seen 1 130 10 SHOULD
Its down did on my spirit fling, 1 157 41 INTRO
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 173 1 ISRA
In Heaven a spirit doth dwell 1 175 1 ISRG
Entranc’d, the spirit loves to lie 1 184 43 IRENE1
Entranced, the spirit loves to lie 1 184 43C IRENE1
(Dim gulf!) my spirit hovering lies 1 214 12 PARA
But, O, thy spirit, calm, serene, 1 224 19 SLEEP
My spirit met and braved the shock. 1 225 12 FANNY
“Breathes the shrill spirit of the western wind.” 1 260 9 POLI
For the wounded spirit in Gilead it is there! 1 261 31 POLI
Within my spirit for thee. And do I love? 1 272 20 POLI
Should shake the firm spirit thus. But the night wind 1 274 62 POLI
She comes not, and the spirit of the place 1 286 11 POLI
The spirit flown forever! 1 334 2 LENA
the spirit flown forever! 1 336 1 LENK
For the spirit that walks in shadow 1 345 41 ROUTE
And this the life thy spirit live, 1 386 26 FSO
His spirit is communing with an angel’s. 1 400 18 MLS
My tantalized spirit 1 458 53 ANNIE
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHB
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHC
SPIRITS ( 11 10)
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 32 166 TAMA
To those whose spirits hark’n) as one 1 38 373 TAMA
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 41 166 TAMB
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 52 204 TAMF
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 60 198 TAMH
The spirits of the dead, who stood 1 71 7 SPIRA
The spirits of the dead who stood 1 72 7 SPIRD
Spirits in wing, and angels to the view, 1 111 156 ALAAR
Over spirits on the wing — 1 140 23 FAIRY1
O’er spirits on the wing 1 140 23A FAIRY1
Spirits moving musically, 1 316 19 HAUNT
SPIRITUAL ( 1 1)
And, amid incense and high spiritual hymns, 1 100 28 ALAAR
SPITE ( 2 2)
And spite all dogmas current in all ages, 1 11 77 TEMP
Spite of myself. One can’t be angry with him 1 255 65 POLI
SPLENDOR ( 3 3)
Shed all the splendor of her noon, 1 60 202 TAMH
Empyrean splendor o’er th’ unchained soul — 1 100 21 ALAAR
Its Sibyllic splendor is beaming 1 417 64 ULA
SPOILT ( 1 0)
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
SPOKE ( 13 12)
I spoke to her of power and pride — 1 33 224 TAMA
Something he spoke of the old cot: 1 39 399 TAMA
I spoke to her of power & pride, 1 43 224 TAMB
I spoke to her of power and pride, 1 50 157 TAMF
I spoke to her of power and pride, 1 58 145 TAMH
You spoke to the Lady Lalage? 1 253 26 POLI
Is even that Alessandra of whom he spoke 1 270 67 POLI
Castiglione die? Who spoke the words? 1 275 89 POLI
And he spoke to re-assure me, 1 307 13 BRIDA
But he spoke to re-assure me, 1 309 13 BRIDF
on the placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55 RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
In terror she spoke; letting sink her 1 417 56 ULA
SPOKEN ( 9 7)
Thou Nast not spoken lately of thy wedding. 1 262 42 POLI
I have spoken — I have spoken — 1 308 31 BRIDA
And thus the words were spoken; 1 309 20 BRIDF
It was spoken — it was spoken — 1 309 20B BRIDF
And the only word there spoken 1 365 28 RAVEN
by reply so aptly spoken, 1 367 61 RAVEN
of that lie thy soul path spoken! 1 369 99 RAVEN
SPOKEST ( 1 0)
Thou spokest to me of love. Knowest thou the land 1 274 65A POLI
SPOT ( 13 10)
To haunt of the wide world a spot 1 47 80 TAMF
Upon that spot as upon all, 1 48 86 TAMF
To haunt of the wide earth a spot 1 84 2 LAKEA
To haunt of the wide world a spot 1 85 2 LAKEF
To haunt of the wide earth a spot 1 85 2B LAKEF
Upon that spot — as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEA
Upon that spot, as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEF
A garden-spot in desert of the blest. 1 100 19CEJ ALAAR
The last spot of Earth’s orb I trod upon 1 113 214 ALAAR
The last spot of her orb I trod upon 1 113 214A ALAAR
To the self-same spot, 1 326 22 WORM
By each spot the most unholy — 1 344 31 ROUTE
No spot of ground 1 463 11 ELDOR
SPRANG ( 7 7)
Whence sprang the “Idea of Beauty” into birth, 1 100 31 ALAAR
On the fair Capo Deucato, and sprang 1 101 44 ALAAR
And that aspiring flower that sprang on Earth — 1 102 70 ALAAR
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
And sound alone that from the spirit sprang 1 108 66 ALAAR
Thence sprang I — as the eagle from his tower, 1 113 219 ALAAR
Sprang from her station, on the winds apart, 1 114 235 ALAAR
SPRAY ( 2 2)
Of diamond sunshine & sweet spray 1 43 222 TAMB
Or tufted wild spray 1 108 69 ALAAR
SPREAD ( 2 1)
Never seraph spread a pinion 1 315 7 HAUNT
Never seraph spread his pinion 1 315 7A HAUNT
SPRING ( 8 7)
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 29 94 TAMA
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 41 94 TAMB
In youth’s spring, it was my lot 1 84 1 LAKEA
In spring of youth it was my lot 1 85 1 LAKEF
In youth’s spring it was my lot 1 85 ISLE LAKEF
And they, and ev’ry mossy spring were holy 1 112 188 ALAAR
My passions from a common spring — 1 146 4 ALONE
From a spring but a very few 1 457 41 ANNIE
SPRINGING ( 2 1)
Springing from a darken’d mind. 1 85 16 LAKEA
Springing from a darken’d mind — 1 86 16B LAKEF
SPRINGS ( 9 7)
Springs from the gems of Circassy — 1 99 4 ALAAR
The murmur that springs 1 110 124 ALAAR
To springs that lie clearest 1 110 130 ALAAR
’Tis not that the flowers of twenty springs 1 137 13 TOMB
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie,) 1 228 6 COLIS
(Thirst for the springs of love that in thee lie,) 1 228 6A COLIS
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie) 1 286 7 POLI
A type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3 SILE
The type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3ABC SILE
SPRITE ( 1 0)
The witch, the sprite, the goblin — where are they? 1 91 14F SCI
SPRUNG ( 1 0)
Thence sprung I — as the eagle from his tower, 1 113 219A ALAAR
SPURN’D ( 1 0)
My spirit spurn’d control, 1 79 .2A ADRE
STABLE ( 1 1)
Stable, opaque, immortal — all by dint 1 425 13 DUNCE
STAGE ( 6 6)
Several persons cross and recross the stage rapid-/l%. 1 275 26/27d POLI
and finally stops near the middle of the stage, 1 276 2d POLI
ITERITO recrosses the/ stage rapidly with a bundle.) 1 276 19/20d POLI
(RUPERT recrosses the stage rapidly 1 277 12d POLI
(krises and struts affectedly across the stage.) 1 278 7d POLI
and recoiling to the ex-/tremity of the stage.) 1 281 14/15d POLI
STAGGERING ( 1 1)
(Puts them 92 and exit followed ta UGO/ staggering.) 1 252 30/31d POLI
STAGGERS ( 1 1)
(clutches his sword and staggers toward POLITIAN, 1 281 29d POLI
STAGNANT ( 1 1)
And my soul was a stagnant tide 1 349 3 EULA
STAIRCASE ( 1 1)
Just now on the staircase as I came up hither, 1 248 5 POLI
STALKING ( 1 1)
Were stalking between her and me. 1 157 34 INTRO
STAND ( 8 5)
How statue-like I see thee stand, 1 166 12 HELF
I stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 18 IRENE1
We stand beneath the soaring moon 1 183 1C IRENE1
I stand beneath the mystic moon. 1 186 2 IRENE2
I stand, an altered and an humble man, 1 228 78 COLIS
Stand back! I have a crucifix myself, — 1 264 102 POLI
I stand, an altered and an humble man 1 286 8 POLI
I stand amid the roar 1 452 12 TAKE
STANDING ( 6 5)
I was standing ’mid the roar 1 53 243 TAMF
I am standing ’mid the roar 1 131 17 SHOULD
I was standing ’mid the roar 1 131 17D SHOULD
Is standing by the altar — the robed priest! 1 287 56 POLI
This standing motionless upon the golden 1 407 26 MARA
This standing motionless upon the golden 1 408 21 MARB
STANDS ( 3 3)
Stands she not proudly and alone? 1 37 332 TAMA
Stands she not nobly & alone? 1 44 332 TAMB
Stands she not nobly and alone? 1 59 170 TAMH
STAR ( 43 29)
Trust to the fickle star within? 1 30 119 TAMA
But ’twill leave thee, as each star 1 71 19 SPIRA
But ’twill leave thee as each star 1 72 18.1B SPIRD
Proud Evening Star, 1 74 15 STAR
In Truth’s day-star? 1 80 16 ADRE
To seek a shelter in some happier star? 1 91 11 SCI
To seek for shelter in some happier star? 1 91 118C SCI
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
The wandering star. 1 100 15 ALAAR
The Messenger star. 1 100 15J2 ALAAR
(Falling in wreaths thro’ many a startled star, 1 100 32 ALAAR
The boundary of the star 1 102 87 ALAAR
The star hath ridden high 1 103 107 ALAAR
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
Of many a wild star-gazer long ago — 1 107 43 ALAAR
In many a star-lit grove, or moon-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
These star-litten hours — 1 109 83 ALAAR
At the many star-isles 1 110 134 ALAAR
At the myriad star-isles 1 110 134F ALAAR
O Death! from eye of God upon that star: 1 111 161 ALAAR
What wonder? for each star is eye-like there, 1 112 186 ALAAR
It trembled to one constant star again. 1 112 197ACE ALAAR
Light, brazen rays, this golden star unto! 1 114 240 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid a night of mirth, 1 114 243 ALAAR
Dread star! that came, amid their night of mirth, 1 114 243A ALAAR
And thy star trembled — as doth Beauty then!” 1 115 260 ALAAR
For my destiny in a star: 1 130 6 SHOULD
To my destiny in a star: 1 130 6A SHOULD
And they put out the star-light 1 140 9 FAIRY1
Mysterious star! 1 159 1 MYST
I am star-stricken with thine eyes! 1 161 5 FAIRY2
Up like a dog-star in this bower — 1 161 13 FAIRY2
Which we worship in yon star. 1 174 23 ISRA
Which we worship in a star. 1 174 23B ISRA
Which we worship in a star. 1 176 28 ISRG
Which we worship in the star 1 176 28C ISRG
And the star of life did rise 1 214 8A PARA
And the star of Hope did rise 1 214 8C-G PARA
And star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31 ULA
As star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31C ULA
As the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32 ULA
And the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32C ULA
Said — “Sadly this star I mistrust — 1 417 52 ULA
STAR-DIALS ( 4 2)
And star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31 ULA
As star-dials pointed to morn — 1 416 31C ULA
As the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32 ULA
And the star-dials hinted of morn — 1 416 32C ULA
STARE ( 1 1)
That things should stare us boldly in the face, 1 10 32 TEMP
STAR-GAZER ( 1 1)
Of many a wild star-gazer long ago — 1 107 43 ALAAR
STAR-ISLES ( 2 1)
At the many star-isles 1 110 134 ALAAR
At the myriad star-isles 1 110 134F ALAAR
STAR-LIGHT ( 1 1)
And they put out the star-light 1 140 9 FAIRY1
STARLIGHT ( 2 2)
Like starlight on a pall — 1 132 8 BOWERS
How they put out the starlight 1 162 49 FAIRY2
STAR-LIT ( 1 1)
In many a star-lit grove, or moon-lit dell; 1 108 63 ALAAR
STAR-LITTEN ( 1 1)
These star-litten hours — 1 109 83 ALAAR
STARRY ( 9 7)
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 112 193 ALAAR
Headlong thitherward o’er the starry sea — 1 115 256 ALAAR
Headlong hitherward o’er the starry sea — 1 115 256LMO ALAAR
And they say (the starry choir 1 174 12 ISRA
And they say (the starry choir 1 176 16 ISRG
Ah, starry Hope! that didst arise 1 214 8 PARA
Oh starry Hope! thou didst arise 1 214 8H PARA
The starry and quiet dwellings of the blest, 1 273 48 POLI
STARS ( 35 30)
Too coldly — or the stars — howe’er it was 1 69 25 DREA
And the stars shall look not down 1 71 12 SPIRA
And the stars shall look not down, 1 72 12 SPIRD
And stars, in their orbits, 1 74 3 STAR
From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth 1 77 5 STAN
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it sham’d 1 101 51 ALAAR
Inmate of highest stars, where erst it shamed 1 101 51H ALAAR
For the stars trembled at the Deity. 1 104 121 ALAAR
Lest the stars totter in the guilt of man!” 1 105 150 ALAAR
Of molten stars their pavement, such as fall 1 106 16 ALAAR
On the stars which your wonder 1 108 74 ALAAR
For nearest of all stars was thine to ours — 1 114 242 ALAAR
And the giddy stars are mute. 1 173 5 ISRA
Well may the stars be mute! 1 174 33 ISRA
And the giddy stars (so legends tell) 1 175 5 ISRG
Well may the stars be mute! 1 176 39 ISRG
And the sly mysterious stars, 1 192 20 NISA
Trusting to the mild-eyed stars, 1 195 4 NISE
With stars is like a diadem — 1 199 15 CITYA
When Nature sleeps and stars are mute, 1 222 3 SERE
And earth, and stars, and sea, and sky 1 223 14 SERE
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 228 16 COLIS
Ever drew down from out the quiet stars! 1 286 20 POLI
The stars of the night 1 349 7 EULA
Bright and expressive as the stars of Leda, 1 388 2 VALA
And has come past the stars of the Lion, 1 417 44 ULA
While the stars that oversprinkle 1 435 6 BELLSEG
And are far up in Heaven — the stars I kneel to 1 446 62 TOHEL
Stars in the sky, 1 459 97 ANNIE
Stars of the heaven, 1 459 97A8 ANNIE
Stars of the sky, 1 459 97DE ANNIE
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 LEEE
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
STAR-STRICKEN ( 1 1)
I am star-stricken with thine eyes! 1 161 5 FAIRY2
START ( 3 3)
Will start, which lately slept in apathy? 1 78 19 STAN
Shrouded forms that start and sigh 1 344 35 ROUTE
Might start at beholding me, 1 456 17 ANNIE
STARTING ( 1 1)
(starting.) 1 258 33d POLI
STARTLED ( 4 4)
(Falling in wreaths thro’ many a startled star, 1 100 32 ALAAR
A sound of silence on the startled ear 1 104 124 ALAAR
Startled at the stillness broken 1 367 61 RAVEN
In the startled ear of Night 1 436 39 BELLSEG
STARTS ( 1 1)
Raising his heavy eyelid, starts and sees, 1 105 4 ALAAR
STATE ( 2 2)
In state his glory well befitting 1 316 23 HAUNT
I’d worship Kings and kingly state, 1 384 10 KING
STATELY ( 2 2)
Once a fair and stately palace — 1 315 3 HAUNT
In there stepped a stately Raven 1 366 38 RAVEN
STATION ( 1 1)
Sprang from her station, on the winds apart, 1 114 235 ALAAR
STATUE ( 1 1)
How statue-like I see thee stand, 1 166 12 HELF
STATUE-LIKE ( 1 1)
How statue-like I see thee stand, 1 166 12 HELF
STATUES ( 2 1)
Achaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35 ALAAR
Archaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 358C ALAAR
STAY ( 13 13)
— Stay! turn thine eyes afar! — 1 174 21 ISRA
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
Stay! — tell him I’ve been thinking — 1 257 117 POLI
Yet stay! yet stay! — what was it thou saidst of prayer 1 263 90 POLI
I hardly know myself. Stay! was it not 1 264 2 POLI
Chimed in with my desires and bade me stay! 1 271 108 POLI
Sweet voice! I heed thee, and will surely stay. 1 271 109 POLI
The day is not half done, — stay I can tell 1 276 7 POLI
To stay with her now. She’d nothing of the lady 1 277 29 POLI
To die ere I have lived! — Stay — stay thy hand, 1 279 3 POLI
The consequence of any longer stay 1 285 120 POLI
STAYED ( 3 1)
not a minute stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
not an instant stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39ABCEFH7LNPOU RAVEN
not a moment stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39M RAVEN
STEADFAST ( 2 2)
With steadfast eye, till ye have felt 1 29 96 TAMA
With steadfast eye, till ye had felt 1 41 96 TAMB
STEADY ( 1 1)
Its steady toil, its loyalty. [...3 1 403 4 PHYS
STEAL ( 1 0)
Which steal within the slumberer’s ear, 1 185 25.3BC IRENE1
STEALETH ( 1 1)
That stealeth ever on the ear of him 1 107 44 ALAAR
STEALING ( 1 1)
And I would feel its essence stealing 1 28 48 TAMA
STEALS ( 1 1)
Steals drowsily and musically 1 187 7 IRENE2
STEEP ( 2 2)
My soul in mystery to steep: 1 29 74 TAMA
My soul in mystery to steep: 1 40 74 TAMB
STEEPED ( 1 1)
RUPERT. Let us to bed! the man is steeped in liquor. 1 250 70 POLI
STEEPLE ( 3 1)
They that dwell up in the steeple 1 437 80 BELLSEG
Who live up in the steeple 1 437 80E1 BELLSEG
They that sleep up in the steeple 1 437 80E2 BELLSEG
STEM ( 1 1)
Uprear’d its purple stem around her knees: 1 101 49 ALAAR
STEMS ( 2 2)
Ah, one by one, from off their stems 1 193 47 NISB
They weep: — from off their delicate stems 1 196 26 NISE
STEP ( 4 4)
Which, of light step, flies with the dew, 1 33 209 TAMA
Which, of light step, flies with the dew 1 42 209 TAMB
Lest an evil step be taken, 1 308 40 BRIDA
Lest an evil step be taken, — 1 309 31 BRIDF
STEPPED ( 1 1)
In there stepped a stately Raven 1 366 38 RAVEN
STEPPING ( 1 1)
Falling — her veriest stepping-stone 1 59 171 TAMH
STEPPING-STONE ( 1 1)
Falling — her veriest stepping-stone 1 59 171 TAMH
STEFSON ( 1 1)
I have a little stepson of only three years old. 1 393 19 MODC
STERN ( 2 1)
By the grave and stern decorum 1 366 44 RAVEN
Stern Despair returned, instead of 1 367 65ABC RAVEN
STERNER ( 2 1)
Jacinta! Here’s a far sterner story 1 261 20 POLI
Jacinta! This is a far sterner story 1 261 20Ax POLI
STERNLY ( 1 1)
(sternly.) 1 253 24d POLI
STIFF ( 3 3)
And am stiff as you perceive. 1 284 108 POLI
You are a little — stiff — all very true. 1 284 109 POLI
To see you on your legs, — a little stiff 1 285 124 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)