Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (THAT through THAT),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 541-551 (This material is protected by copyright)


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That you are changing sadly your dominion — 1 9 2 TEMP
I’ve been a thinking, isn’t that the phrase? 1 9 9 TEMP
Or rather laugh with him, that queer Philosopher, 1 9 15 TEMP
That things should stare us boldly in the face, 1 10 32 TEMP
The pretty little hand that sold her tape, 1 11 56 TEMP
For that the power of thought attend the latter 1 11 75 TEMP
For that the power of thought attends the latter 1 11 75C TEMP
At me in vengeance shall that foot be shaken — 1 12 85 TEMP
My heart, of all that soothes its pain 1 17 7 OCT
The mournful hope that every throb 1 17 8 OCT
That I have call’d thee at this hour: 1 27 6 TAMA
Nor am I mad, to deem that power 1 27 8 TAMA
When passing from the earth, that ear 1 27 18 TAMA
That hated portion, with the fame, 1 27 25 TAMA
Flashing from cloud that hover’d o’er, 1 28 50 TAMA
Was mad’ning — for ’twas man that shed 1 28 63 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 29 78 TAMA
’Tis not to thee that I should name — 1 30 102 TAMA
With such as mine — that mystic flame, 1 31 158 TAMA
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 32 175 TAMA
The magic of that meaning word, 1 33 196 TAMA
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 33 199 TAMA
Of her that heart’s idolatry — 1 33 202 TAMA
That kindling thought — did not the beam 1 33 210 TAMA
That she might deem it naught beside 1 34 226 TAMA
Too well, that I should let it be 1 34 232 TAMA
There — in that hour — a thought came o’er 1 34 234 TAMA
Who, that had known the secret thought 1 34 247 TAMA
That any should become “great,” born 1 34 259 TAMA
That they shall stoop in life to one 1 35 261 TAMA
My Ada. In that peaceful hour, 1 36 286 TAMA
Awake, that I had held a thought 1 36 295 TAMA
That bore me from my home, more gay; 1 36 302 TAMA
That loveliness around: the sun — 1 36 318 TAMA
O God! when the thoughts that may not pass 1 37 323 TAMA
There comes, when that sun will from him part, 1 38 368 TAMA
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 38 370 TAMA
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 39 379 TAMA
For all was flown that made it so — 1 39 393 TAMA
My passions, from that hapless hour 1 40 78 TAMB
With such as mine that mystic flame. 1 41 158 TAMB
All that I felt, or saw, or thought, 1 42 175 TAMB
The magic of that meaning word 1 42 196 TAMB
That the proud spirit had been broken, 1 42 199 TAMB
Of her, that heart’s idolatry! 1 42 202 TAMB
(That kindling thought) — did not the beam 1 42 210 TAMB
That she might deem it nought beside 1 43 226 TAMB
Too well that I should let it be 1 43 232 TAMB
There, in that hour, a thought came o’er 1 43 234 TAMB
Who that had known the silent thought 1 44 247 TAMB
I will not madly think that power 1 45 3 TAMF
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 45 7 TAMF
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 45 23 TAMF
And I would rave, but that he flings 1 46 29 TAMF
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 46 45 TAMF
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 46 49 TAMF
My passions from that hapless hour 1 47 69 TAMF
Ev’n then who knew that as infinite 1 47 77 TAMF
And the sultan-like pines that tower’d around! 1 48 84 TAMF
Upon that spot as upon all, 1 48 86 TAMF
To the terror of that lone lake. 1 48 90 TAMF
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 48 91 TAMF
How could I from that water bring 1 48 96 TAMF
An Eden of that dim lake? 1 48 99 TAMF
For mid that sunshine and those smiles, 1 49 130 TAMF
That she might deem it nought beside 1 50 159 TAMF
Too well that I should let it be, 1 50 165 TAMF
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 50 169 TAMF
But that among the rabble men, 1 50 171 TAMF
When hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 51 193 TAMF
The glory of that summer sun. 1 52 200 TAMF
That soul will hate the evening mist, 1 52 201 TAMF
In that time of dreariness will seem 1 52 210 TAMF
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 52 224 TAMF
I will not madly deem that power 1 53 3 TAMH
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 53 235 TAMF
You call it hope — that fire of fire! 1 54 7 TAMH
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 54 23 TAMH
So late from Heaven — that dew — it fell 1 55 41 TAMH
From clouds that hung, like banners, o’er, 1 55 45 TAMH
My passions, from that hapless hour, 1 55 65 TAMH
For ’mid that sunshine, and those smiles, 1 57 103 TAMH
That was new pleasure —— the ideal, 1 57 120 TAMH
That she might deem it nought beside 1 58 147 TAMH
Too well that I should let it be 1 58 153 TAMH
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 58 157 TAMH
But that, among the rabble — men, 1 58 159 TAMH
When Hope, the eagle that tower’d, could see 1 59 187 TAMH
That soul will hate the ev’ning mist 1 59 195 TAMH
In that time of dreariness, will seem 1 60 204 TAMH
On beds of fire that burn below, 1 60 220 TAMH
I do believe that Eblis hath 1 60 229 TAMH
How was it that Ambition crept, 1 61 240 TAMH
That blush, perhaps, was maiden shame — 1 66 9 SONG
That blush, I ween, was maiden shame — 1 66 9A SONG
Who saw thee on that bridal day, 1 66 13 SONG
Who saw the on that bridal day, 1 66 13A SONG
When that deep blush would come o’er thee, 1 66 14 SONG
Oh! that my young life were a lasting dream! 1 68 1 DREA
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
But should it be — that dream eternally 1 68 9 DREA
From mine own home, with beings that have been 1 68 17 DREA
That dream was as that night wind — let it pass. 1 69 26 DREA
As in that fleeting, shadowy, misty strife 1 69 30 DREA
Be silent in that solitude, 1 71 5 SPIRA
By that summer breeze unbrok’n 1 71 25 SPIRA
Be silent in that solitude, 1 72 5 SPIRD
Than that colder, lowly light. 1 74 23 STAR
I say that dream was fraught 1 75 5 IMIT
Of beings that have been, 1 75 7 IMIT
That vision of my spirit; 1 75 12 IMIT
For that bright hope at last 1 75 15 IMIT
And that light time have past, 1 75 16 IMIT
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
Perhaps it may be that my mind is wrought 1 77 9 STAN
To a ferver by the moon beam that hangs o’er, 1 77 10 STAN
But I will half believe that wild light fraught 1 77 11 STAN
That with a quick’ning spell doth o’er us pass 1 77 15 STAN
And yet it need not be — (that object) hid 1 78 20 STAN
Drawn by their heart’s passion, and that tone, 1 78 28 STAN
That high tone of the spirit which hath striv’n 1 78 29 STAN
That holy dream — that holy dream, 1 79 9 ADRE
What though that light, thro’ storm and night, 1 80 13 ADRE
What though that light, thro’ misty night, 1 80 13A ADRE
But were that hope of pride and power 1 82 17 HAPP
Ev’n then I felt — that brightest hour 1 82 19 HAPP
A soul that knew it well. 1 82 24 HAPP
And the tall trees that tower’d around. 1 85 6 LAKEA
And the tall pines that towered around. 1 85 6 LAKEF
And the tall pines that tower’d around. 1 85 6CE LAKEF
Upon that spot — as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEA
Upon that spot, as upon all, 1 85 8 LAKEF
To the terror of that lone lake. 1 85 12E LAKEF
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 85 13 LAKEA
Death was in that poison’d wave 1 85 17 LAKEA
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 85 22 LAKEA
Yet that terror was not fright, 1 86 13 LAKEF
Death was in that poisonous wave, 1 86 18 LAKEF
Death was in that poison’d wave, 1 86 18BCE LAKEF
An Eden of that dim lake. 1 86 23 LAKEF
That like the murmur in the shell, 1 100 9 ALAAR
That list our Love, and deck our bowers — 1 100 13 ALAAR
Away — away — ’mid seas of rays that roll 1 100 20 ALAAR
The soul that scarce (the billows are so dense) 1 100 22 ALAAR
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
(The fabled nectar that the heathen knew) 1 101 53 ALAAR
So like its own above that, to this hour, 1 101 57 ALAAR
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her head, 1 101 62 ALAAR
Disconsolate linger — grief that hangs her he, 1 101 62E ALAAR
Repenting follies that full long have fled, 1 101 63 ALAAR
And that aspiring flower that sprang on Earth — 1 102 70 ALAAR
And the Nelumbo bud that floats for ever 1 102 78 ALAAR
“Spirit! that dwellest where, 1 102 82 ALAAR
That turneth at the view 1 102 88F ALAAR
With speed that may not tire 1 103 96 ALAAR
And with pain that shall not part — 1 103 97 ALAAR
Who livest — that we know — 1 103 98 ALAAR
In thought that can alone 1 104 111 ALAAR
To the proud orbs that twinkle — and so be 1 105 148 ALAAR
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
Of rosy head, that towering far away 1 106 7 ALAAR
Flashing from Parian marble that twin smile 1 106 13 ALAAR
Far down upon the wave that sparkled there, 1 106 14 ALAAR
And rays from God shot down that meteor chain 1 106 24 ALAAR
Save when, between th’ Empyrean and that ring, 1 106 26 ALAAR
The dimness of this world that greyish green 1 106 29 ALAAR
That Nature loves the best for Beauty’s grave 1 106 30 ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33 ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling ventured out, 1 106 33BC ALAAR
That from his marble dwelling peered out, 1 106 33E ALAAR
That stole upon the ear, in Eyraco, 1 107 42 ALAAR
That stealeth ever on the ear of him 1 107 44 ALAAR
And zone that clung around her gentle waist 1 108 54 ALAAR
And zone that clung about her gentle waist 1 108 54F ALAAR
Within the centre of that hall to breathe 1 108 56 ALAAR
The fairy light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58 ALAAR
The brilliant light that kiss’d her golden hair 1 108 58F ALAAR
To happy flowers that night — and tree to tree; 1 108 61 ALAAR
And sound alone that from the spirit sprang 1 108 66 ALAAR
That keeps, from the dreamer, 1 108 70 ALAAR
Bright beings! that ponder, 1 108 72 ALAAR
That cumber them too — 1 109 87 ALAAR
That lull’d ye to rest! 1 109 91 ALAAR
That leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121F ALAAR
The murmur that springs 1 110 124 ALAAR
To springs that lie clearest 1 110 130 ALAAR
To lone lake that smiles, 1 110 132 ALAAR
That enjewel its breast — 1 110 135 ALAAR
That fell, refracted, thro’ thy bounds, afar 1 111 160 ALAAR
O Death! from eye of God upon that star: 1 111 161 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — sweeter still that death — 1 111 162 ALAAR
Sweet was that error — ev’n with us the breath 1 111 163 ALAAR
That Truth is Falsehood — or that Bliss is Woe? 1 111 167 ALAAR
Beyond that death no immortality 1 111 170 ALAAR
But sleep that pondereth and is not “to be” — 1 111 171 ALAAR
Heard not the stirring summons of that hymn? 1 112 175 ALAAR
A gazer on the lights that shine above — 1 112 184 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 112 193 ALAAR
“Ianthe, dearest, see! how dim that ray! 1 113 198 ALAAR
She seem’d not thus upon that autumn eve 1 113 200 ALAAR
That eve — that eve — I should remember well — 1 113 202 ALAAR
But O that light! — I slumber’d — Death, the while, 1 113 210 ALAAR
Stole o’er my senses in that lovely isle 1 113 211 ALAAR
So softly that no single silken hair 1 113 212 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
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
The night that waned and waned and brought no day. 1 115 262 ALAAR
That little time with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18 ROMG
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 128 18CD ROMG
That pleasure “to endure!” 1 131 38 SHOULD
Of the truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11 BOWERS
Of truth that gold can never buy — 1 133 11A BOWERS
Of the baubles that it may. 1 133 12 BOWERS
Of the trifles that it may. 1 133 12A BOWERS
O! I care not that my earthly lot 1 136 1 TOMB
That years of love have been forgot 1 136 3 TOMB
I heed not that the desolate 1 136 5 TOMB
But that you meddle with my fate 1 136 7 TOMB
It is not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9 TOMB
I heed not that my founts of bliss 1 136 9A TOMB
Or that the thrill of a single kiss 1 136 11 TOMB
That the tremor of one kiss 1 136 11A TOMB
I heed not that my earthly lot 1 137 1 TOMD
That years of love have been forgot 1 137 3 TOMD
I mourn not that the desolate 1 137 5 TOMD
But that mu sorrow for s/ fate 1 137 7 TOMD
’Tis not that the flowers of twenty springs 1 137 13 TOMB
Nor that the grass — 0! may it thrive! 1 137 17 TOMB
But that, while I am dead yet alive 1 137 19 TOMB
But that, while I am dead and alive 1 137 19A TOMB
For the tears that drip all over. 1 140 4 FAIRY1
They use that moon no more 1 141 35 FAIRY1
From the sun that ’round me roll’d 1 146 15 ALONE
And the cloud that took the form 1 147 20 ALONE
In thy own book that first thy name be writ, 1 148 3 ELIZA
Ah! if that language from thy heart arise, 1 149 5 ACROS
Where, tho’ the garish lights that fly 1 157 13 INTRO
That very blackness yet doth fling 1 157 17 INTRO
That little hour with lyre and rhyme 1 157 42 INTRO
That list our love, or deck our bowers 1 160 11 MYST
That its echo still doth dwell, 1 160 24 MYST
You know that most enormous flower — 1 161 11 FAIRY2
That rose — that what d’ye call it — that hung 1 161 12 FAIRY2
For the tears that drip all over! 1 162 44 FAIRY2
For that wide circumference 1 162 57 FAIRY2
That gently, o’er a perfumed sea, 1 165 3 HELF
That gently, o’er a perfum’d sea, 1 165 3AB HELF
To the glory that was Greece, 1 166 9 HELF
And the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10 HELF
To the grandeur that was Rome. 1 166 10C HELF
Lo! in that little window-niche 1 166 11AB HELF
Lo! in that shadowy window-niche 1 166 11C HELF
That Israfeli’s fire 1 174 14 ISRA
Is owing to that lyre 1 174 15 ISRA
But the Heavens that angel trod 1 174 17 ISRA
That Israfeli’s fire 1 176 18 ISRG
Is owing to that lyre 1 176 19 ISRG
Is due unto that lyre 1 176 19C ISRG
That trembling living lyre 1 176 21 ISRG
But the skies that angel trod, 1 176 23 ISRG
But the Heavens that angel trod, 1 176 23C ISRG
Is dripping from that golden rim; 1 183 10 IRENE1
To the lone oak that reels with bliss, 1 183 20 IRENE1
To the lone oak that nodding hangs, 1 183 20BC IRENE1
“That o’er the floor, and down the wall, 1 184 36.1B IRENE1
“That thro’ the floors, and down the wall, 1 184 36.1C IRENE1
Those flowers that say (ah hear them now!) 1 184 53 IRENE1
On the clear waters there that flow, 1 184 57 IRENE1
I pray to God that she may lie 1 185 63 IRENE1
That chamber chang’d for one more holy — 1 185 65 IRENE1
That chamber changed for one more holy — 1 185 658 IRENE1
That bed for one more melancholy. 1 185 66 IRENE1
That, o’er the floor and down the wall, 1 187 28 IRENE2
I pray to God that she may lie 1 188 42 IRENE2
Some vault that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50 IRENE2
Some tomb that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50DE IRENE2
Lies that valley as the day 1 191 3 NISA
Nothing save the airs that brood 1 193 29 NISB
That slumber o’er that valley-world. 1 193 32 NISB
Nothing save the airs that brood 1 195 12 NISE
That palpitate like the chill seas 1 195 15 NISE
That rustle through the unquiet Heaven 1 196 18 NISE
That rustle through the unquiet Heaven 1 196 18C NISE
Over the violets there that lie 1 196 20 NISE
Over the lilies there that wave 1 196 22 NISE
To heaven with that ungodly gloom! 1 199 9 CITYA
Time-eaten towers that tremble not! 1 199 10 CITYA
A heaven that God doth not contemn 1 199 14 CITYA
But there! that everlasting pall! 1 199 17 CITYA
On the long night-time of that town, 1 199 21 CITYA
But not the riches there that lie 1 200 33 CITYA
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 200 38 CITYA
No swellings hint that winds may be 1 200 39 CITYA
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 200 42 CITYA
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 200 54 CITYA
(Time-eaten towers that tremble not!) 1 201 7 CITYH
Resemble nothing that is ours. 1 201 8 CITYH
On the long night-time of that town; 1 201 13 CITYH
That all seem pendulous in air, 1 202 27 CITYH
But not the riches there that lie 1 202 32 CITYH
Along that wilderness of glass — 1 202 37 CITYH
No swellings tell that winds may be 1 202 38 CITYH
No heavings hint that winds have been 1 202 40 CITYH
Down, down that town shall settle hence, 1 202 51 CITYH
That ever died so young? 1 205 4 PAEAN
And they love her — that she died. 1 206 12 PAEAN
That my voice is growing weak — 1 206 15 PAEAN
That I should not sing at all — 1 206 16 PAEAN
Or that my tone should be 1 206 17 PAEAN
That the dead may feel no wrong. 1 206 20 PAEAN
Thou wast that all to me, love, 1 214 1 PARA
Thou wast all that to me, love, 1 214 1KMP PARA
Ah, starry Hope! that didst arise 1 214 8 PARA
Alas! for that accursed time 1 215 20.1B PARA
The hand that traced inexorable rage; 1 221 2 ENIGMA
(Indited in the language that he sung.) 1 221 6 ENIGMA
The bard that paints imagination’s powers, 1 222 11 ENIGMA
That, scarce awake, thy soul shall deem 1 223 20 SERE
But that in heav’n thou had’st thy birth, 1 2e4 11 SLEEP
Thus came the first glance of that eye; 1 225 10 FANNY
Think that he deem’d thy charms divine; 1 226 16 FANNY
(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
“Not all the wonder that encircles us — 1 229 42 COLIS
“Not all the mysteries that in us lie — 1 229 43 COLIS
“Not all the memories that hang upon 1 229 44 COLIS
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 2 TOF
That crowd around my earthly path — 1 236 14.2BC TOF
Just o’er that one bright island smile. 1 237 14 TOF
UGO. Oh! is that you Benito (hiccup) are they gone? 1 248 1 POLI
He’s gone, I’m sure of that — pretty far gone. 1 248 7 POLI
BENITO. I have no doubt, good Ugo, that you lied 1 248 15 POLI
That we may date his ruin — so I call it — 1 249 39 POLI
Of that most base seduction and abandonment. 1 249 42 POLI
Or was, that very sure, but he’s reforming 1 250 68 POLI
(hiccup!) that you 1 250 78 POLI
JACINTA. You may well say that Sir Ugo — very pretty! 1 250 80 POLI
I saw that very ring upon the finger 1 251 87 POLI
That I’m the richest waiting maid in Rome 1 252 110 POLI
You do not see, I say, that my mistress Lalage 1 252 112 POLI
You do not see, I say, that the lady Lalage 1 252 112Ax POLI
What could have put that creature in your head? 1 253 24 POLI
Will damn a man, that damned villain am I! 1 254 44 POLI
Of my black perfidy? Oh that I were not 1 254 48 POLI
That I might dare be honest! 1 254 51 POLI
What the devil’s that? 1 255 85 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. What’s that I say? — where is the wine? 1 255 86 POLI
what do you mean by that? 1 256 96 POLI
Of the wine or of that. 1 256 102 POLI
What’s that you have on your shoulder? 1 256 107 POLI
UGO. Sir? — it’s the sackcloth, and that down below 1 256 108 POLI
and that there down below 1 256 108Ax POLI
Of what he said — he knows — and that I’ll meet him 1 257 118 POLI
Only to think of that! a tub of ashes! 1 257 121 POLI
Of that Egyptian queen, winning so easily 1 261 22 POLI
Will there be found — “dew sweeter far than that 1 261 33 POLI
And the rivulet that ran before the door! 1 263 85 POLI
This sacred vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99 POLI
A vow — a vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99B POLI
A pious vow? Not that — Oh no! — no! — no! 1 264 99C POLI
Not that! Not that! — I tell thee, holy man, 1 264 100 POLI
It is most singular now that you should laugh 1 265 9 POLI
The words you used were that the Earl you knew 1 265 18 POLI
DUKE. That did you, Sir, and well I knew at the time 1 265 20 POLI
Shake off the idle fancies that beset thee, 1 267 4 POLI
At thy behest I will shake off that nature 1 268 10 POLI
There is — what voice was that? 1 268 18 POLI
And yet the sweetest that ear ever heard! 1 269 53 POLI
Into my heart of hearts! that eloquent voice 1 269 57 POLI
Into my heart of hearts! that voice — that voice 1 269 57AB POLI
Very plainly through the window — that lattice belongs, 1 269 63AB POLI
Is even that Alessandra of whom he spoke 1 270 67 POLI
That all is still? Alas, all is not still! 1 270 81Ax POLI
“To gaze upon that veiled face, and hear 1 271 103 POLI
Once more that silent tongue.” 1 271 104 POLI
Thou askest me that — and thus I answer thee — 1 272 12 POLI
That we go down unhonoured and forgotten 1 273 43 POLI
In days that are to come? 1 274 74 POLI
Fly to that Paradise — my Lalage, wilt thou 1 274 75 POLI
So that the blade be keen — the blow be sure, 1 275 104 POLI
And she had not common sense — of that I’m sure 1 277 34 POLI
That man’s a fool 1 277 38 POLI
For being stupid — look at that ass now, Ugo, 1 277 45 POLI
Oh! it’s the paper that my lady gave me, 1 277 49 POLI
“Jacinta, get me this” — “D’ye hear? — bring that” 1 278 63 POLI
I’ll play my lady to a T, that will I. 1 278 71 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That knowing no cause of quarrel or of feud 1 279 11 POLI
BALDAZZAR. That he, Castiglione, not being aware 1 279 19 POLI
Stuffed in that bandbox? I’ll let him have it thus 1 279 87 POLI
Unto this man, that I, the Earl of Leicester, 1 280 34 POLI
If that we meet at all, it were as well 1 280 44.1AB POLI
That I should meet him in the Vatican — 1 280 44.2AB POLI
Dost thou not? that I am here. 1 280 47 POLI
Hold off thy hand — with that beloved name 1 281 67 POLI
That in this deep humiliation I perish. 1 282 78 POLI
And sociable, and all that kind of thing 1 283 50 POLI
To lie all day in that especial manner 1 283 53 POLI
I’ve heard before that such ideas as these 1 283 61 POLI
That he’s deceased — if so the game is up. 1 283 71 POLI
That you’re defunct — or stop suppose I say — 1 284 84 POLI
UGO. Say that, Sir, say that! 1 284 90 POLI
More delicate, more proper, and all that — 1 284 101 POLI
That you should tell the circumstance yourself 1 284 102 POLI
Perhaps you’re not aware that — that — in short 1 285 114 POLI
The day is very sultry — and that a corpse 1 285 115 POLI
SAN OZZO. Ah that is well! 1 285 122 POLI
Most excellent! — ah! that is exquisite! 1 285 127 POLI
And all that sort of thing — ha! ha! ha! ha! 1 285 135 POLI
(Thirst for the springs of lore that in thee lie) 1 286 7 POLI
Not all the wonder that encircles us 1 287 49 POLI
Not all the mysteries that in us lie 1 287 50 POLI
Not all the memories that hang upon 1 287 51 POLI
That his love I have requited — 1 308 22 BRIDA
That proves me happy now! 1 308 36 BRIDA
That I am happy now! — 1 309 25 BRIDF
That proves me happy now! 1 309 27 BRIDF
Fair isle, that from the fairest of all flowers, 1 311 1 ZANTE
How many visions of a maiden that is 1 311 7 ZANTE
No more! alas, that magical sad sound 1 311 9 ZANTE
And every gentle air that dallied, 1 316 13 HAUNT
In that sweet day, 1 316 14 HAUNT
Wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17 HAUNT
All wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17A HAUNT
That blushed and bloomed, 1 316 38 HAUNT
That blush’d and bloom’d, 1 316 38EFGL HAUNT
And travellers, now, within that valley, 1 316 41 HAUNT
Vast forms that move fantastically 1 316 43 HAUNT
That spectre in my path? 1 320 2 MOTTO
That have a double life, which thus is made 1 322 2 SILE
That have a double life, life aptly made 1 322 2ABC SILE
A type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3 SILE
The type of that twin entity which springs 1 322 3ABC SILE
That haunteth the lone regions where hath trod 1 322 14 SILE
That shift the scenery to and fro, 1 325 14 WORM
That motley drama — oh, be sure 1 325 17 WORM
By a crowd that seize it not, 1 325 20 WORM
Through a circle that ever returneth in 1 326 21 WORM
A blood-red thing that writhes from out 1 326 27 WORM
That the play is the tragedy, “Man,” 1 326 39 WORM
unbending that all men 1 328 1 STYL
That ever died so young! 1 335 8 LENA
Ye blessed her — that she died. 1 335 23 LENA
Ye bless’d her — that she died. 1 335 23B 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 should have been thy bride — 1 335 37 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
ye blessed her — that she died: — 1 337 9 LENK
ye bless’d her — that she died: — 1 337 9G LENK
That did to death the innocence 1 337 12 LENK
that died and died so young?” 1 337 12 LENK
that perished so young?” 1 337 12C LENK
with Hope that flew beside, 1 337 15 LENK
that should have been thy bride — 1 337 16 LENK
For her, the fair and debonair, that now so lowly lies, 1 337 17 LENK
From a wild weird clime that lieth, sublime, 1 344 7 ROUTE
With forms that no man can discover 1 344 11 ROUTE
For the dews that drip all over; 1 344 12 ROUTE
For the tears that drip all over; 1 344 12E ROUTE
Seas that restlessly aspire, 1 344 15 ROUTE
Lakes that endlessly outspread 1 344 17 ROUTE
By the lakes that thus outspread 1 344 21 ROUTE
Shrouded forms that start and sigh 1 344 35 ROUTE
For the spirit that walks in shadow 1 345 41 ROUTE
And thus the sad Soul that here passes 1 345 49 ROUTE
That the vapor can make 1 349 10 EULA
So that now, to still the beating 1 365 15 RAVEN
That it is and nothing more.” 1 365 18CLNU RAVEN
That I scarce was sure I heard you” — 1 365 23 RAVEN
Deep into that darkness peering, 1 365 25 RAVEN
“Surely,” said I, “surely that is 1 366 33 RAVEN
that no living human being 1 367 51 RAVEN
that no sublunary being 1 367 51ACE RAVEN
on that placid bust, spoke only 1 367 55R RAVEN
That one word, as if his soul 1 367 56 RAVEN
in that one word he did outpour. 1 367 56 RAVEN
that melancholy burden bore 1 367 65 RAVEN
That sad answer, “Nevermore!” 1 367 66ABC RAVEN
that the lamp-light gloated o’er, 1 368 76 RAVEN
By that Heaven that bends above us — 1 368 92 RAVEN
by that God we both adore — 1 368 92 RAVEN
“Be that word our sign of parting, 1 369 97 RAVEN
of that lie thy soul hath spoken! 1 369 99 RAVEN
of a demon’s that is dreaming, 1 369 105 RAVEN
of a demon that is dreaming, 1 369 105ABCEFHKLP RAVEN
And my soul from out that shadow 1 369 107 RAVEN
that lies floating on the floor 1 369 107 RAVEN
In multitudinous thunders that upstartle 1 378 3 LINES
And every time that you fold it across, 1 378 7 WALL
’Tis as plain as the light of the day that you double it! 1 378 8 WALL
That thus we might be doubly blest, 1 382 14 VANE
To check the power that governs here. 1 384 8 KING
Lady! I would that verse of mine 1 385 1 FSO
Virtues that challenge envy’s praise, 1 386 7 FSO
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
Bright with all hopes that Heaven can give. 1 386 28 FSO
Shall find her own sweet name that, nestling, lies 1 389 3 VALA
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling lies 1 389 3 VALG
Shall find her own sweet name, that, nestling, lies 1 389 3DF VALG
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7 VALA
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7 VALG
That must be worn at heart. Search well the measure — 1 389 7F VALG
that is, feet/ made up of undivided words] 1 393 8/ 9 MODC
Can it be fancied that Deity ever vindictively 1 393 10 MODC
[VIII Lines to show that “a truly Greek hexameter” 1 393 23 MODC
Like that bird the lover 1 399 12 LOU
At the soft-murmured words that were fulfilled 1 400 11 MLS
And think that these weak lines are written by him — 1 400 16 MLS
God nerve the soul that ne’er forgets 1 403 2 PHYS
God shield the soul that ne’er forgets. C...] 1 403 6 PHYS
God guide the soul that ne’er forgets. C...] 1 403 8 PHYS
Maintained the “Power of Words” — denied that ever 1 406 3 MARA
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 406 6 MARA
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” 1 406 10 MARA
In deep humility I own that now 1 406 17 MARA
Maintained the “power of words” — denied that ever 1 407 3 MARB
And now, as if in mockery of that boast, 1 407 6 MARB
That hangs like chains of pearl on Hermon hill” — 1 407 10 MARB
Unthought-like thoughts that are the souls of thought, 1 407 12 MARB
With that dear name as text I cannot write — 1 407 23 MARA
As the scoriae rivers that roll — 1 416 14 ULA
As the lavas that restlessly roll 1 416 15 ULA
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
She has seen that the tears are not dry on 1 417 42 ULA
That cannot but guide us aright 1 418 70 ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83 ULA
As the leaves that were crispd and sere — 1 418 83AK ULA
As the leaves that were crisped and sere — 1 418 83BCG ULA
As the leaves that were withering and sere — 1 418 84 ULA
That I journeyed — I journeyed down here! — 1 418 87 ULA
That I brought a dread burden down here — 1 418 88 ULA
Have been that the woodlandish ghouls — 1 418 96 ULA
From the secret that lies in these wolds — 1 418 99 ULA
From the thing that lies hidden in these wolds — 1 418 100 ULA
Owl-downy nonsense that the faintest puff 1 425 7 DUNCE
Of the dear names that lie concealed within ’t. 1 425 14 DUNCE
While the stars that oversprinkle 1 435 6 BELLSEG
To the tintinabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11 BELLSEG
To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells 1 435 11FGH BELLSEG
To the turtle-dove that listens while she gloats 1 436 23 BELLSEG
Of the rapture that impels 1 436 30 BELLSEG
For every sound that floats 1 437 76 BELLSEG
They that dwell up in the steeple 1 437 80 BELLSEG
They that sleep up in the steeple 1 437 80E2 BELLSEG
In that muffled monotone, 1 437 83 BELLSEG
A full-orbed moon, that, like thine own soul, soaring, 1 445 4 TOHEL
Roses that grew in an enchanted garden, 1 445 9 TOHEL
That gave out, in return for the love-light, 1 445 12 TOHEL
That smiled and died in this parterre, enchanted 1 445 15 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, that, on this July midnight — 1 445 21 TOHEL
That bade me pause before that garden-gate, 1 445 23 TOHEL
Lighting my lonely pathway home that night, 1 446 53 TOHEL
I will drain that glass again. 1 450 2 ALE
That my days have been a dream; 1 451 5 TAKE
All that we see or seem 1 452 10 TAKE
Is all that we see or seem 1 452 23- TAKE
Is all that I see or seem 1 452 23A TAKE
That any beholder 1 456 15 ANNIE
With that horrible throbbing 1 457 22 ANNIE
That maddened my brain — 1 457 22AB ANNIE
At heart: — ah, that horrible, 1 457 23 ANNIE
That burned in my brain. 1 457 24AB ANNIE
That maddened my brain — 1 457 28 ANNIE
At heart: — oh, that horrible, 1 457 29A ANNIE
At heart: — O, that horrible, 1 457 29B ANNIE
That burned in my brain. 1 457 30 ANNIE
That torture the worst 1 457 32 ANNIE
That quenches all thirst: — 1 457 38 ANNIE
Of a water that flows, 1 457 39 ANNIE
That my room it is gloomy 1 457 47 ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 88 ANNIE
That you fancy me dead — 1 459 92 ANNIE
That you shudder to look at me, 1 459 93 ANNIE
That looked like Eldorado. 1 463 12 ELDOR
Because I feel that, in the Heavens above, 1 467 1 MOTHB
None so devotional as that of “Mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHB
None so devotional as that of “mother,” 1 467 4 MOTHC
Therefore by that dear name I long have called you — 1 467 5 MOTHB
Therefore by that sweet name I long have called you; 1 467 5 MOTHC
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHB
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHC
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 477 3 LEEA
But we loved with a love that was more than love — 1 477 9 LEEA
With a love that the wingdd seraphs in Heaven 1 477 11 LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 477 11B LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11C-HJK LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11F LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 11G LEEA
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 477 IIL LEEA
And this was the reason that, long ago, 1 477 13 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsmen came 1 477 17 LEEA
So that her high-born kinsman came 1 477 17KL LEEA
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 478 3 LEEE
But we loved with a love that was more than love — 1 478 9 LEEE
Yes! — that was the reason (as all men know, 1 478 23 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud by night, 1 478 25 LEEA
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 478 25EFH LEEA
With a love that the win+ seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11 LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 479 11A LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs in Heaven 1 479 118 LEEE
With a love that the wingd seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11F LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11G LEEE
With a love that the winged seraphs of Heaven 1 479 11L LEEE
And this was the reason that, long ago, 1 479 13 LEEE
So that her highborn kinsmen came 1 479 17 LEEE
So that her highborn kinsman came 1 479 17KL LEEE
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know, 1 479 23 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud, chilling 1 479 25 LEEE
That the wind came out of the cloud by night 1 479 25A-DGJKL 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)