Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (STILL through SWEEPING),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 517-529 (This material is protected by copyright)


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STILL ( 66 61)
Yet still I think these worse than them a little. 1 9 8 TEMP
Still does my heart confess thy power 1 17 4 OCT
Burn’d with a still intenser glow; 1 29 84 TAMA
But left its influence with me still. 1 30 101 TAMA
We still were young: no purer thought 1 31 151 TAMA
For passionate love is still divine: 1 31 153 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
Where in a deep, still slumber lay 1 36 285 TAMA
Which, ideal, still may be 1 36 304 TAMA
I still was young; and well I ween 1 38 353 TAMA
My eyes were still on pomp and power, 1 38 355 TAMA
To him, who still would gaze upon 1 38 366 TAMA
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 40 84 TAMB
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
Burn’d with a still intenser glow, 1 47 75 TAMF
To him who still would look upon 1 51 199 TAMF
Burn’d with a still intenser glow 1 56 71 TAMH
To him who still would look upon 1 59 193 TAMH
And hath been still, upon the lovely earth, 1 68 7AB DREA
’Twere folly still to hope for higher Heaven! 1 68 12 DREA
Shall then o’ershadow thee — be still: 1 71 10 SPIRA
The breath of God will be still; 1 71 23 SPIRA
Shall overshadow thee: be still. 1 72 10 SPIRD
Shall then o’ershadow thee: be still. 1 72 10B SPIRD
The breeze — the breath of God — is still — 1 73 23 SPIRD
Be still my spirit. 1 81 12 HAPP
It still remaineth, torturing the bee 1 101 58 ALAAR
Still think my terrors but the thunder cloud, 1 104 136 ALAAR
Or, capriciously still, 1 109 106 ALAAR
But the strains still arise 1 110 118 ALAAR
Young dreams still hovering on their drowsy flight — 1 111 158 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — sweeter still that death — 1 111 162 ALAAR
Comes down — still down — and down 1 140 15 FAIRY1
The mystery which binds me still — 1 146 12 ALONE
That its echo still doth dwell, 1 160 24 MYST
Down — still down — and down — 1 162 54 FAIRY2
Mother of God, be with me still! 1 217 4 HYMN
But all is beautiful and still — 1 224 14 SLEEP
Rupert, she loves him still! 1 250 54 POLI
O still more happy maiden who couldst die! 1 260 13 POLI
(still no answer.) 1 261 8d POLI
Be still! — the voice, if I mistake not greatly, 1 269 61 POLI
POLITIAN. Be still! — it comes again! 1 270 69 POLI
’Tis hush’d and all is still! 1 270 79Ax POLI
That all is still? Alas, all is not still! 1 270 81Ax POLI
BALDAZZAR. ’Tis hushed and all is still! 1 270 86 POLI
POLITIAN. All is no; still. 1 270 86 POLI
Still will I not descend_ Baldazzar, make 1 271 111 POLI
And still I speak of love. Look at me, brightest, 1 272 8 POLI
And still — 1 273 49 POLI
POLITIAN. And still together — together. 1 273 50 POLI
Have seized on human brains, still not believing 1 283 62 POLI
The life still there 1 336 41 LENA
The life still there upon her hair, 1 337 19 LENK
Their still waters — still and chilly 1 344 19 ROUTE
So that now, to still the beating 1 365 15 RAVEN
Let my heart be still a moment 1 366 35 RAVEN
But the Raven still beguiling 1 367 67 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! — 1 368 85 RAVEN
prophet still, if bird or devil! 1 368 91 RAVEN
still is sitting, still is sitting 1 369 103 RAVEN
Still form a synonym for Truth. — Cease trying! 1 390 19 VALG
I see them still — two sweetly scintillant 1 447 65 TOHEL
STILLNESS ( 3 2)
and the stillness gave no token, 1 365 27 RAVEN
Startled at the stillness broken 1 367 61 RAVEN
Wondering at the stillness broken 1 367 61AC RAVEN
STILLY ( 5 2)
In its stilly melody, 1 85 10 LAKEA
In a stilly melody — 1 85 10B LAKEF
From Balbec, and the stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37 ALAAR
From Balbec and the stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37B ALAAR
From Balbec, and thy stilly, clear abyss 1 107 37EJ ALAAR
STING ( 1 1)
Whom thou halt cherished to sting thee to the soul! 1 262 58 POLI
STIR ( 4 4)
But lo! a stir is in the air! 1 200 45 CITYA
But lo, a stir is in the air! 1 202 42 CITYH
Contrive to stir a little? let me help you? 1 285 112 POLI
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
STIRLING ( 1 1)
The prince of harmony and stirling sense, 1 222 9 ENIGMA
STIRR’D ( 1 1)
She stirr’d not — breath’d not — for a voice was there 1 104 122 ALAAR
STIRRED ( 5 5)
Ah, by no wind are stirred those trees 1 195 14 NISE
Stirred by the autumn wind. Politian! 1 274 58 POLI
Have stirred from out the abysses of his heart 1 406 11 MARA
Have stirred from out the abysses of his heart, 1 407 11 MARB
No footstep stirred: the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL
STIRRING ( 1 1)
Heard not the stirring summons of that hymn? 1 112 175 ALAAR
STOCK ( 1 1)
is its only stock and store 1 367 62 RAVEN
STOIC ( 1 1)
Nor Stoic? I am not: 1 131 35 SHOULD
STOLE ( 2 2)
That stole upon the ear, in Eyraco, 1 107 42 ALAAR
Stole o’er my senses in that lovely isle 1 113 211 ALAAR
STONE ( 9 9)
There met me on its threshold stone 1 39 396 TAMA
Falling — her veriest stepping-stone 1 59 171 TAMH
A voice came from the threshold stone 1 60 217 TAMH
’Mid dark thoughts of the gray tomb-stone — 1 72 2 SPIRD
In childhood, many an idle stone — 1 185 70 IRENE1
In childhood, many an idle stone — 1 188 56 IRENE2
Of sculptur’d ivy and stone flowers — 1 200 25 CITYA
Of sculptured ivy and stone flowers — 1 201 20 CITYH
On the human heart a stone — 1 437 85 BELLSEG
STONES ( 9 8)
The swift and silent lizard of the stones! 1 229 25 COLIS
These stones — alas! these gray stones — 1 229 30 COLIS
“We are not impotent — we pallid stones. 1 229 39 COLIS
“We are not desolate — we pallid stones. 1 229 39A-D COLIS
The swift and silent lizard of the stones. 1 286 32 POLI
These stones, alas! these grey stones are they all 1 287 37 POLI
We are not desolate we pallid stones, 1 287 46 POLI
STOOD ( 5 5)
The spirits of the dead, who stood 1 71 7 SPIRA
The spirits of the dead who stood 1 72 7 SPIRD
It stood there! 1 315 6 HAUNT
of my heart, I stood repeating 1 365 15 RAVEN
long I stood there wondering, fearing, 1 365 25 RAVEN
STOOP ( 1 1)
That they shall stoop in life to one 1 35 261 TAMA
STOF ( 2 2)
JACINTA Stop! you snivelling fool! 1 251 94 POLI
That you’re defunct — or stop suppose I say — 1 284 84 POLI
STOFPED ( 8 4)
Or he would not be in a hurry — he would have stopped — 1 277 39 POLI
If he had not been a fool he would have stopped — 1 277 40 POLI
not a minute stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39 RAVEN
not an instant stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
not a moment stopped or stayed he; 1 366 39M RAVEN
But were stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76 ULA
And were stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76ABD ULA
But we stopped by the door of a tomb — 1 418 76C ULA
STOFS ( 1 1)
and finally stops near the middle of the stage, 1 276 2d POLI
STORE ( 2 2)
is its only stock and store 1 367 62 RAVEN
Of health, joy, peace, in store for thee. 1 385 4 FSO
STORED ( 1 1)
Stored with the wealth of bard and sage, 1 386 18 FSO
STORM ( 8 8)
The storm had ceas’d — and I awoke — 1 29 70 TAMA
The storm had ceas’d & I awoke — 1 40 70 TAMB
What though that light, thro’ storm and night, 1 80 13 ADRE
The storm, the earthquake, and the ocean-wrath — 1 105 137 ALAAR
From the thunder, and the storm — 1 146 19 ALONE
Where comes no storm 1 224 12 SLEEP
Comes down with the rush of a storm, 1 326 36 WORM
In calm or storm, by night or day, 1 403 3 PHYS
STORMIER ( 1 1)
And a stormier note than this would swell 1 175 43 ISRA
STORMS ( 6 5)
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 32 166 TAMA
The bodiless spirits of the storms, 1 41 166 TAMB
Then roll’d like tropic storms along, 1 156 12 INTRO
And no storms were in the sky, 1 217 6A-D HYMN
Now, when storms of Fate o’ercast 1 217 9 HYMN
With storms — but where meanwhile 1 237 12 TOF
STORMY ( 3 3)
Of a most stormy life — was drawn 1 146 10 ALONE
Around the stormy Hebrides — 1 192 37 NISA
Around the stormy Hebrides — 1 193 35 NISB
STORY ( 6 2)
Hast thou not spoilt a story in each star? 1 91 11F SCI
Jacinta! Here’s a far sterner story 1 261 20 POLI
Jacinta! This is a far sterner story 1 261 20Ax POLI
Is but a dim-remembered story 1 316 39 HAUNT
Is but a dim-remember’d story 1 316 39EL HAUNT
Is but a dim remember’d story 1 316 39FG HAUNT
STRAIGHT ( 1 1)
Straight I wheeled a cushioned seat 1 367 68 RAVEN
STRAIN ( 1 1)
A pause — and then a sweeping, falling strain 1 107 50 ALAAR
STRAINS ( 1 1)
But the strains still arise 1 110 118 ALAAR
STRANGE ( 27 27)
Strange light upon me, tho’ it were 1 29 73 TAMA
As perfume of strange summer flow’rs; 1 31 139 TAMA
Strange light upon me, tho’ it were 1 40 73 TAMB
With music of so strange a sound, 1 51 190 TAMF
With music of so strange a sound 1 59 184 TAMH
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
Are gushing — strange! with tears — 1 136 10 TOMB
O’er the strange woods — o’er the sea — 1 140 22 FAIRY1
And by strange alchemy of brain 1 157 23 INTRO
O’er the strange woods — o’er the sea — 1 163 63 FAIRY2
“Strange are thine eyelids — strange thy dress! 1 184 27 IRENE1
“And strange thy glorious length of tress! 1 184 28 IRENE1
Strange is thy pallor! strange thy dress! 1 187 34 IRENE2
Strange, above all, thy length of tress, 1 187 35 IRENE2
In a strange city, all alone, 1 199 2 CITYA
In a strange city lying alone 1 201 2 CITYH
ALESSANDRA. ’Tis very strange! 1 259 56 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. You did — and yet ’tis strange! 1 266 40 POLI
but true as strange. 1 266 40 POLI
Now this is very strange! Castiglione! 1 267 74 POLI
POLITIAN. ’Tis strange! — ’tis very strange — 1 271 107 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. My lord, some strange, 1 280 47 POLI
I cannot talk at all. It’s very strange 1 283 58 POLI
SAN OZZO. It’s very strange 1 283 59 POLI
STRANGELY ( 2 2)
“For strangely — fearfully in this hall 1 184 39 IRENE1
Her pallor I strangely mistrust — 1 417 53 ULA
STRANGER ( 2 1)
While the moon danc’d with the fair stranger light — 1 106 10 ALAAR
Stranger thy glorious length of tress, 1 187 35DE IRENE2
STREAM ( 4 2)
For in his heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11 TOPO
For in my heart, as on thy stream, 1 135 11A* TOPO
For in my heart, as in thy stream, 1 135 11ABCF TOPO
By this clear stream, 1 159 5 MYST
STREAMER ( 1 1)
“’Neath blue-bell or streamer — 1 108 68 ALAAR
STREAMING ( 2 2)
With tears are streaming wet, 1 335 16 LENA
And the lamp-light o’er him streaming 1 369 106 RAVEN
STREAMS ( 7 3)
Streams up the turrets silently — 1 199 23 CITYA
Streams up the turrets silently — 1 201 15 CITYH
By what eternal streams 1 215 26 PARA
By the slow Italian streams 1 215 26A PARA
By the far Italian streams 1 215 26B PARA
By what Italian streams 1 215 26CEGLQ PARA
By what Elysian streams 1 215 26Z PARA
STREET ( 2 2)
And daily strut the street with bows and scrapes, 1 10 33 TEMP
A street near a Palace. 1 275 25d POLI
STREETS ( 2 2)
For public insult in the streets — before 1 282 86 POLI
Touching Politian, who in the public streets 1 283 66 POLI
STRENGTH ( 4 4)
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength — 1 228 12 COLIS
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength! 1 286 16 POLI
I am shorn of my strength, 1 456 8 ANNIE
And, as his strength 1 463 13 ELDOR
STREWN ( 1 1)
and/ broken bottles are strewn about the floor 1 248 3/ 4d POLI
STRICKEN ( 4 4)
I am star-stricken with thine eyes! 1 161 5 FAIRY2
Through the terror-stricken sky, 1 192 40 NISA
Thro’ the terror-stricken sky, 1 193 38 NISB
Or the stricken eagle soar! 1 215 20 PARA
STRIDING ( 2 2)
Striding o’er empires haughtily 1 44 335 TAMB
Striding o’er empires haughtily 1 59 175 TAMH
STRIFE ( 8 8)
When after day of perilous strife 1 28 42 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 32 172 TAMA
The strife of nations, and redeem 1 34 238 TAMA
Now as I look back, the strife 1 41 172 TAMB
The strife of nations, & redeem 1 43 238 TAMB
And I believe the winged strife 1 46 42 TAMF
And, I believe, the winged strife 1 55 38 TAMH
As in that fleeting, shadowy, misty strife 1 69 30 DREA
STRIKE ( 3 2)
I strike — the murmur sent 1 206 28.2A PAEAN
Against thee, Earl of Leicester. Strike thou home — 1 282 80 POLI
Strike home. I will not fight thee. 1 282 82 POLI
STRIKING ( 1 1)
(striking him.) 1 278 34d POLI
STRING ( 4 3)
With a strange sound, as of a harp-string broken 1 78 23 STAN
Unless it trembled with the string. 1 128 21C ROMG
Unless it trembled with the string. 1 157 45 INTRO
Why, Cas! I’ve got a string of beads at home 1 253 11 POLI
STRINGS ( 8 6)
Unless it trembled with the strings. 1 128 21 ROMG
Did it not tremble with the strings. 1 128 21A ROMG
Lie dead on my heart-strings 1 137 15 TOMB
Whose heart-strings are a lute — 1 173 2 ISRA
With those unusual strings. 1 174 16 ISRA
“Whose heart-strings are a lute;” 1 175 2 ISRG
Of those unusual strings. 1 176 22 ISRG
With those unusual strings. 1 176 22C ISRG
STRIVE ( 2 2)
But Octavia, do not strive to rob 1 17 6 OCT
I’d strive for liberty no more, 1 384 3 KING
STRIVEN ( 2 2)
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 46 37 TAMF
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 54 33 TAMH
STRIV’N ( 2 2)
And a proud spirit, which hath striv’n 1 27 36 TAMA
That high tone of the spirit which hath striv’n 1 78 29 STAN
STRONG ( 6 6)
“And is thy heart so strong 1 270 70 POLI
And is thy heart so strong 1 270 74 POLI
“Is it so strong 1 270 79 POLI
And is thy heart so strong 1 270 83 POLI
And is thy heart so strong? 1 271 93 POLI
Shines bright and strong 1 349 18 EULA
STRONGER ( 3 3)
Presently my soul grew stronger; 1 365 19 RAVEN
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 478 27 LEEE
But our love it was stronger by far than the love 1 479 27 LEEE
STROVE ( 3 3)
My spirit with the tempest strove, 1 31 146 TAMA
My spirit with the tempest strove 1 41 146 TAMB
My spirit struggled with, and strove, 1 57 113 TAMH
STRUGGLE ( 2 2)
In vain I struggle to forget 1 17 3 OCT
Can struggle to its destin’d eminence — 1 100 23 ALAAR
STRUGGLED ( 1 1)
My spirit struggled with, and strove, 1 57 113 TAMH
STRUGGLING ( 1 1)
From struggling with the waters of the Rhone: 1 102 75 ALAAR
STRUT ( 2 2)
And daily strut the street with bows and scrapes, 1 10 33 TEMP
Strut about 1 all along 1 shore there 1 somewhere 1 1 394 3 MODD
STRUTS ( 1 1)
(Arises and struts affectedly across the stage.) 1 278 7d POLI
STUDIED ( 1 1)
Has studied very little of his part, 1 148 9 ELIZA
STUFF ( 1 1)
Yet heavier far than your Petrarchan stuff — 1 425 6 DUNCE
STUFFED ( 1 1)
Stuffed in that bandbox? I’ll let him have it thus 1 279 87 POLI
STUPID ( 9 7)
But if he won’t he shall, the stupid elf, 1 12 90 TEMP
But if he won’t he shall, a stupid elf, 1 12 90C TEMP
I’m positively stupid for want of sleep! 1 248 11 POLI
Ugo, a most confounded stupid man. 1 248 13 POLI
And others — the ignorant, stupid, villain! — 1 276 22 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
“You silly, sulky, dirty, stupid ideot! 1 278 77 POLI
Out of the 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who 1 1 394 2 MODD
Frog-faced 1 stupid old 1 God-born 1 Pundits who ( 1 394 2* MODD
STUPIFIED ( 1 1)
and remains with his foot in it, as if stupified.) 1 278 23d POLI
STYGIAN ( 3 2)
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
STYLE ( 1 1)
I’m apt to be discursive in my style, 1 10 37 TEMP
SUBJECT ( 1 1)
No subject vice dare interfere, 1 384 7 KING
SUBLIME ( 2 2)
From a wild weird clime that lieth, sublime, 1 344 7 ROUTE
How dark a wo! yet how sublime a hope! 1 446 44 TOHEL
SUBLUNARY ( 1 0)
that no sublunary being 1 367 51ACE RAVEN
SUBURBS ( 1 1)
The suburbs. POLITIAN alone. 1 279 5d POLI
SUCCEEDING ( 1 1)
Succeeding years, too wild for song, 1 156 11 INTRO
SUCCEEDS ( 1 1)
Succeeds the glories of the bowl — 1 158 53 INTRO
SUCH ( 61 58)
But speak to him, he’ll make you such grimace, 1 11 63 TEMP
Such father is not my theme — 1 27 7 TAMA
Such as in infancy was mine 1 30 110 TAMA
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 30 112 TAMA
Ev’n such as from th’ accursed time 1 31 145 TAMA
With such as mine — that mystic flame, 1 31 158 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
And murmur’d at such lowly lot! 1 33 207 TAMA
But mystically, in such guise, 1 33 225 TAMA
With thoughts such feeling can command; 1 34 256 TAMA
(With glory — such as might inspire 1 35 273 TAMA
And in such follies had no part, 1 39 404 TAMA
Such as I taught her from the time 1 41 145 TAMB
With such as mine that mystic flame. 1 41 158 TAMB
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
And murmur’d at such lowly lot; 1 42 207 TAMB
But mystically, in such guise, 1 43 225 TAMB
Such, father, is not (now) my theme: 1 45 2 TAMF
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 45 12 TAMF
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 48 115 TAMF
But mystically, in such guise 1 50 158 TAMF
Such, father, is not (now) my theme — 1 53 2 TAMH
But such is not a gift of thine. 1 54 12 TAMH
’Twas such as angel minds above 1 56 88 TAMH
And murmur’d at such lowly lot — 1 58 132 TAMH
But mystically — in such guise 1 58 146 TAMH
As such it well may pass — 1 66 10 SONG
A passionate light — such for his spirit was fit — 1 77 6 STAN
Of power! said I? Yes! such I weep 1 81 5 HAPP
Of flowers= of lilies such as rear’d the head 1 101 43 ALAAR
Of flowers: of lilies such as rear the head 1 101 43CE ALAAR
Such as the drowsy shepherd on his bed 1 105 2 ALAAR
Uprear’d upon such height arose a pile 1 106 11 ALAAR
Of molten stars their pavement, such as fall 1 106 16 ALAAR
A feeling such as mine — 1 131 34 SHOULD
Such dreariness a heaven at all. 1 199 19 CITYA
Tun’d to such solemn song 1 206 18 PAEAN
(Such language holds the solemn sea 1 214 17 PARA
(Such language holds the breaking sea 1 214 17B PARA
And treats her with such marked severity 1 249 46 POLI
Had I the will, to bring such foul disgrace 1 255 72 POLI
Would have given a real diamond to such as you; 1 262 53 POLI
Such an account he gave me of his journey! 1 265 32 POLI
such tales he told 1 266 33 POLI
Along the road — such oddity — such humour 1 266 35 POLI
Such wit — such whim — such flashes of wild merriment 1 266 36 POLI
Set off too in such full relief by the grave 1 266 37 POLI
If such there be, my friend Baldazzar here — 1 267 62 POLI
When such reports have been in circulation 1 277 28 POLI
To one with such an air of condescension. 1 277 33 POLI
It is — it is — most true. In such a cause 1 282 72 POLI
I’ve heard before that such ideas as these 1 283 61 POLI
With such name as “Nevermore.” 1 367 54 RAVEN
Such is the union I would frame, 1 382 13 VANE
Such sweet eyes now, there lies, I say, perdu, 1 389 14 VALA
Such eager eyes, there lies, I say, perdu,, 1 390 14F VALG
Such hilarious visions clamber 1 450 3 ALE
In just such a bed. 1 457 52 ANNIE
SUDDENLY ( 4 2)
suddenly there came a tapping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
suddenly there came a rapping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
Lying down to die, have suddenly arisen 1 400 9 MLS
Laying them down to die, have suddenly risen 1 400 9A MLS
SUIT ( 4 4)
With thy burning measures suit — 1 174 30 ISRA
With thy burning measures suit — 1 176 36 ISRG
Ill suit the like with old Di Broglio’s heir 1 258 21 POLI
Defunct would suit it better. 1 284 82 POLI
SUITORS ( 4 4)
The hum of suitors, the mix’d tone 1 29 68 TAMA
The hum of suitors & the tone 1 40 68 TAMB
The hum of suitors, and the tone 1 47 67 TAMF
The hum of suitors — and the tone 1 55 63 TAMH
SULKILY ( 1 1)
(sulkily.) 1 251 27d POLI
SULKY ( 1 1)
“You silly, sulky, dirty, stupid ideot! 1 278 77 POLI
SULLEN ( 1 1)
A sullen hopelessness of heart. 1 38 369 TAMA
SULLENLY ( 1 1)
(sullenly.) 1 253 6d POLI
SULLENNESS ( 2 2)
There comes a sullenness of heart 1 51 198 TAMF
There comes a sullenness of heart 1 59 192 TAMH
SULPHUROUS ( 1 1)
Their sulphurous currents down Yaanek, 1 416 16 ULA
SULTAN ( 1 1)
And the sultan-like pines that tower’d around! 1 48 84 TAMF
SULTAN-LIKE ( 1 1)
And the sultan-like pines that tower’d around! 1 48 84 TAMF
SULTRINESS ( 1 1)
With auietude, and sultriness, and slumber, 1 445 7 TOHEL
SULTRY ( 1 1)
The day is very sultry — and that a corpse 1 285 115 POLI
SUMMER ( 20 17)
As perfume of strange summer flow’rs; 1 31 139 TAMA
The livelong summer day, oppress 1 33 212 TAMA
The glory of the summer sun, 1 38 367 TAMA
’Tis thus when the lovely summer sun 1 39 384 TAMA
The live-long summer day, oppress 1 43 212 TAMB
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 45 22 TAMF
The glory of that summer sun. 1 52 200 TAMF
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 54 22 TAMH
The glory of the summer sun. 1 59 194 TAMH
And boyhood is a summer sun 1 60 207 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
By that summer breeze unbrok’n 1 71 25 SPIRA
’Twas noontide of summer, 1 74 1 STAR
As dew of the night-time, o’er the summer grass? 1 77 16 STAN
The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree? 1 91 14 SCI
The summer dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14ADE SCI
Sound loves to revel in a summer night: 1 107 40 ALAAR
Sound loves to revel near a summer night: 1 107 40CE ALAAR
All a long summer night — 1 159 3 MYST
SUMMER’S ( 2 1)
One noon of a bright summer’s day 1 35 283 TAMA
The summer’s dream beneath the shrubbery? 1 91 14BC SCI
SUMMITS ( 1 1)
And mountains, around whose towering summits the winds 1 274 71 POLI
SUMMONS ( 1 1)
Heard not the stirring summons of that hymn? 1 112 175 ALAAR
SUN ( 27 25)
Familiarly — whom Fortune’s sun 1 35 263 TAMA
That loveliness around: the sun — 1 36 318 TAMA
The glory of the summer sun, 1 38 367 TAMA
There comes, when that sun will from him part, 1 38 368 TAMA
’Tis thus when the lovely summer sun 1 39 384 TAMA
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part, 1 51 197 TAMF
The glory of that summer sun. 1 52 200 TAMF
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part 1 59 191 TAMH
The glory of the summer sun. 1 59 194 TAMH
And boyhood is a summer sun 1 60 207 TAMH
For I have revell’d, when the sun was bright 1 68 13 DREA
From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth 1 77 5 STAN
And Clytia pondering between many a sun, 1 102 68 ALAAR
Link’d to a little system, and one sun — 1 104 134 ALAAR
What tho’ in worlds which own a single sun 1 105 139 ALAAR
The sun-ray dropp’d, in Lemnos, with a spell 1 113 203 ALAAR
From the sun that ’round me roll’d 1 146 15 ALONE
Or the sun ray dripp’d all red 1 192 23 NISA
There the sun doth reel by day 1 193 45 NISA
The red sun-light lazily lay. 1 195 8 NISE
And put out the sun! 1 220 8 SONGA
“As melody from Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36 COLIS
“As in old days from Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36ACD COLIS
“As from the granite Memnon to the Sun. 1 229 36B COLIS
As from the granite Memnon to the sun. 1 287 43 POLI
The sacred sun — of all who, weeping, bless thee 1 400 4 MLS
Venuses, unextinguished by the sun! 1 447 66 TOHEL
SUNBURST ( 1 1)
Like sunburst through the ebon cloud, 1 225 7 FANNY
SUNG ( 6 6)
The solemn song be sung? 1 205 2 PAEAN
(Indited in the language that he sung.) 1 221 6 ENIGMA
The funeral song be sung — 1 335 6 LENA
The requiem how be sung 1 335 25 LENA
the funeral song be sung! — 1 336 5 LENK
the requiem how be sung 1 337 10 LENK
SUNK ( 1 1)
My heart sunk with the sun’s ray. 1 38 365 TAMA
SUNKEN ( 2 2)
Of sunken suns at eve — at noon of night, 1 106 9 ALAAR
It speaks of sunken eyes, and wasted cheeks, 1 262 64 POLI
SUN-LIGHT ( 1 1)
The red sun-light lazily lay. 1 195 8 NISE
SUNLIT ( 1 1)
Into the sunlit ether, caught the ray 1 106 8 ALAAR
SUNNIEST ( 1 1)
Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known. 1 69 34 DREA
SUNNY ( 1 1)
In Trebizond — and on a sunny flower 1 101 56 ALAAR
SUN-RAY ( 1 1)
The sun-ray dropp’d, in Lemnos, with a spell 1 113 203 ALAAR
SUN’S ( 1 1)
My heart sunk with the sun’s ray. 1 38 365 TAMA
SUNS ( 2 2)
Near four bright suns — a temporary rest — 1 100 18 ALAAR
Of sunken suns at eve — at noon of night, 1 106 9 ALAAR
SUNSET ( 3 3)
By sunset did its mountains rise 1 38 362 TAMA
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part, 1 51 197 TAMF
’Twas sunset: when the sun will part 1 59 191 TAMH
SUNSHINE ( 16 16)
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d 1 30 123 TAMA
For when, in sunshine and in smiles, 1 30 127 TAMA
The sunshine, and the calm — the ideal 1 32 167 TAMA
The sunshine, & the calm — th’ ideal 1 41 167 TAMB
Of diamond sunshine & sweet spray 1 43 222 TAMB
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 45 22 TAMF
And when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 49 126 TAMF
For mid that sunshine and those smiles, 1 49 130 TAMF
And sunshine of my summer hours! 1 54 22 TAMH
And, when the friendly sunshine smil’d, 1 56 99 TAMH
For ’mid that sunshine, and those smiles, 1 57 103 TAMH
Is the sunshine of ours. 1 175 38 ISRA
Is the sunshine of ours. 1 176 44 ISRG
To wake to sunshine and to show’r, 1 224 3 SLEEP
A fairy land of flowers, and fruit, and sunshine, 1 274 69 POLI
In sunshine and in shadow, 1 463 3 ELDOR
SUPER ( 1 1)
I don’t, a super(hiccup)ciliary somebody 1 250 65 POLI
SUPERLATIVE ( 2 2)
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — a most superlative joke! 1 253 2 POLI
Superlative! — now that’s what I call walking! 1 285 130 POLI
SUPERLATIVELY ( 1 1)
Said “I am most superlatively happy 1 277 42 POLI
SUPPOSE ( 2 2)
Do you, or do you not suppose your mistress 1 277 36 POLI
That you’re defunct — or stop suppose I say — 1 284 84 POLI
SUPPRESS ( 1 1)
(trying to suppress a smile.) 1 254 36d POLI
SUPREMACY ( 2 2)
Of its own self supremacy, — 1 32 181 TAMA
Of its own self-supremacy — 1 42 181 TAMB
SUPREME ( 2 2)
A Power august, benignant and supreme — 1 269 36 POLI
With Love to rule our hearts supreme 1 382 15 VANE
SURCEASE ( 1 1)
From my books surcease of sorrow — 1 365 10 RAVEN
SURE ( 17 17)
“Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 184 29 IRENE1
Sure thou art come o’er far-off seas, 1 187 32 IRENE2
Sure seraph fans thee with his wing 1 224 7 SLEEP
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 228 13 COLIS
He’s gone, I’m sure of that — pretty far gone. 1 248 7 POLI
Or was, that very sure, but he’s reforming 1 250 68 POLI
Dolt I’m not sure you see — or if you see 1 251 102 POLI
That’s meant for me. I’m sure, Madam, you need not 1 262 46 POLI
For he’s sure the Count Castiglione never 1 262 52 POLI
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
For the better I think — indeed I’m sure of it — 1 276 26 POLI
And she had not common sense — of that I’m sure 1 277 34 POLI
O spells more sure than e’er Judaean king 1 286 17 POLI
That motley drama — oh, be sure 1 325 17 WORM
That I scarce was sure I heard you” — 1 365 23 RAVEN
thou,” I said, “art sure no craven, 1 366 45 RAVEN
And be sure it will lead us aright — 1 417 68 ULA
SURELY ( 13 11)
It is not surely sin to name, I 31 157 TAMA
It is not surely sin to name 1 41 157 TAMB
Elizabeth — it surely is most fit 1 148 1 ELIZA
Surely I live. 1 267 6 POLI
You surely were mistaken in what you said 1 267 76 POLI
Surely I never heard — yet it were well 1 269 58 POLI
I surely never heard — yet it were well 1 269 58AB POLI
Surely I never heard — yet it had been well 1 269 58Ax POLI
Sweet voice! I heed thee, and will surely stay. 1 271 109 POLI
“Surely,” said I, “surely that is 1 366 33 RAVEN
We surely may trust to a gleaming 1 417 69 ULA
And I cried — “It was surely October, 1 418 85 ULA
SURF ( 1 1)
Of a surf-tormented shore, 1 452 13 TAKE
SURF-TORMENTED ( 1 1)
Of a surf-tormented shore, 1 452 13 TAKE
SURGING ( 1 1)
Surging, unto skies of fire; 1 344 16 ROUTE
SURPASSING ( 2 2)
In boldness of design surpassing all. 1 222 14 ENIGMA
In voices of surpassing beauty, 1 316 31 HAUNT
SURREY ( 2 2)
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. The Earl has letters, 1 266 51 POLI
Baldazzar, Duke of Surrey. I am aware 1 281 53 POLI
SWAMP ( 1 1)
By the grey woods, — by the swamp 1 344 27 ROUTE
SWAN ( 1 1)
The dying swan by northern lakes 1 225 1 FANNY
SWARTHY ( 3 2)
A midnight vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19 COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat! 1 228 19B COLIS
A secret vigil holds the swarthy bat 1 286 24 POLI
SWAY ( 2 2)
“With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 229 38 COLIS
With a despotic sway all giant minds. 1 287 45 POLI
SWEAR ( 6 4)
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
Yet should I swear I mean alone, 1 158 58 INTRO
Swear not the oath — oh swear it not! 1 264 111 POLI
SWEEPING ( 1 1)
A pause — and then a sweeping, falling strain 1 107 50 ALAAR


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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)