Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (UPPER through WANDERERS),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 624-637 (This material is protected by copyright)


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UPPER ( 1 1)
To bear my secrets thro’ the upper Heaven. 1 105 142 ALAAR
UPPERMOST ( 1 1)
“Always write first things uppermost in the heart.” 1 148 16 ELIZA
UPRAISE ( 3 2)
No dirge will I upraise, 1 336 46 LENA
no dirge will I upraise, 1 337 20C-GL LENK
no dirge will I upraise, 1 337 25 LENK
UPREAR’D ( 2 2)
Uprear’d its purple stem around her knees: 1 101 49 ALAAR
Uprear’d upon such height arose a pile 1 106 11 ALAAR
UPRIGHT ( 8 6)
For they were childish and upright — 1 49 119 TAMF
For they were childish and upright — 1 56 92 TAMH
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 343 4 ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 20.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 344 38.4A ROUTE
On a black throne reigns upright, 1 345 54 ROUTE
Jew or 1 downright 1 upright 1 nutmegs 1 1 394 6 MODD
Jew, or downright upright nutmegs out of a pine-knot? 1 394 28 MODC
UPRISING ( 1 1)
Uprising, unveiling, affirm 1 326 38 WORM
UPSTARTING ( 1 1)
bird or fiend!” I shrieked, upstarting — 1 369 97 RAVEN
UPSTARTLE ( 1 1)
In multitudinous thunders that upstartle 1 378 3 LINES
UPTURN’D ( 5 5)
Upon the upturn’d faces of a thousand 1 445 8 TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 11 TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of these roses 1 445 14 TOHEL
Fell on the upturn’d faces of the roses, 1 445 19 TOHEL
And on thine own, upturn’d — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20 TOHEL
UPTURNED ( 6 0)
Upon the upturned faces of a thousand 1 445 8CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 11CD TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of these roses 1 445 14CD TOHEL
Fell on the faces of the upturned roses, 1 445 19C TOHEL
Fell on the upturned faces of the roses, 1 445 19D TOHEL
And on thine own, upturned — alas, in sorrow! 1 445 20CD TOHEL
UPTURNS ( 6 2)
While ever to her dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20 EULA
While ever to it dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20AZ EULA
And ever to her dear Eulalie upturns her matron eye — 1 349 20BCD EULA
While ever to her young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21 EULA
While ever to it young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21AZ EULA
And ever to it young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21BCD EULA
URGED ( 1 1)
Hath without doubt arisen: thou halt been urged 1 280 49 POLI
URGENT ( 2 2)
A sacred vow, imperative, and urgent, 1 263 94 POLI
But should some urgent fate (untimely lot!) 1 322 12 SILE
USAGE ( 1 1)
(Logic and common usage so commanding) 1 148 2 ELIZA
USE ( 3 3)
They use that moon no more 1 141 35 FAIRY1
Have use for jewels now. But I might have sworn it. 1 262 55 POLI
He might as well, for all the use he makes of it, 1 277 47 POLI
USED ( 4 4)
Democritus of Thrace, who used to toss over 1 10 16 TEMP
And used to throw my earthly rest 1 157 29 INTRO
I used at a masquerade, you shall have it — 1 253 14 POLI
The words you used were that the Earl you knew 1 265 18 POLI
USURP’D ( 4 4)
Usurp’d a tyranny, which men 1 29 79 TAMA
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 40 79 TAMB
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 47 70 TAMF
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 56 66 TAMH
USURPINGLY ( 4 3)
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 27 32 TAMA
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 46 33 TAMF
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 54 29 TAMH
I claimed and won usurpingly — 1 54 29E TAMH
UTMOST ( 1 1)
within the utmost Heaven — 1 337 21 LENK
UTTER ( 2 2)
Would hope to utter. Ah, Marie Louise! 1 406 16 MARA
Could hope to utter. And I! my spells are broken. 1 407 16 MARB
UTTERANCE ( 2 2)
Beyond the utterance of the human tongue: 1 406 5 MARA
Beyond the utterance of the human tongue; 1 407 5 MARB
UTTERED ( 4 3)
Nothing farther then he uttered — 1 367 57 RAVEN
A musical name oft uttered in the hearing 1 389 15 VALA
Three eloquent words oft uttered in the hearing 1 390 15 VALG
A well-known name oft uttered in the hearing 1 390 15F VALG
UTTERLY ( 2 2)
A heaven so calm as this — so utterly free 1 280 26 POLI
The blotting utterly from out high heaven 1 400 3 MLS
UTTERS ( 1 1)
“Doubtless,” said I, “what it utters 1 367 62 RAVEN
V ( 1 1)
[V. Line illustrating the “error ... 1 393 14 MODC
VACANT ( 2 2)
In vacant idleness of woe. 1 39 395 TAMA
A vacant coronet — 1 335 19 LENA
VACUUM ( 1 1)
A vacuum in the filmy heaven: 1 200 50 CITYA
VAGABOND ( 1 1)
“Get out you jackass! — out you vagabond!” 1 278 79 POLI
VAGRANT ( 1 0)
most vagrant and careless curl. 1 349 13Y EULA
VAGUE ( 4 3)
There the vague and dreamy trees 1 192 35 NISA
These vague entablatures — this crumbling frieze — 1 229 28 COLIS
These vague entablatures — this broken frieze — 1 229 28A-DFK COLIS
These vague entablatures: this broken frieze 1 286 35 POLI
VAIN ( 3 3)
In vain I struggle to forget 1 17 3 OCT
Elizabeth it is in vain you say 1 149 1 ACROS
In vain those words from thee or L. E. L. 1 149 3 ACROS
VAINLY ( 2 1)
vainly I had sought to borrow 1 365 9 RAVEN
vainly I had tried to borrow 1 365 9ABCEFHLP RAVEN
VALGNTINE’S ( 1 1)
Valentine’s Eve. 1846 1 388 .1 VALA
VALGS ( 3 3)
Dim vales — and shadowy floods — 1 140 1 FAIRY1
Dim vales! and shadowy floods! 1 162 41 FAIRY2
Bottomless vales and boundless floods, 1 344 9 ROUTE
VALISNERIAN ( 1 1)
And Valisnerian lotus thither flown 1 102 74 ALAAR
VALLEY ( 11 10)
Into the universal valley. 1 187 8 IRENE2
Lies that valley as the day 1 191 3 NISA
It is called the valley Nis. 1 191 7 NISA
But “the valley Nis” at best 1 192 15 NISA
Means “the valley of unrest.” 1 192 16 NISA
That slumber o’er that valley-world. 1 193 32 NISB
Wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17 HAUNT
All wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17A HAUNT
And travellers, now, within that valley, 1 316 41 HAUNT
As he sails on his pinions o’er valley and sea. 1 342 4 CAMP
Down the Valley of the Shadow, 1 463 21 ELDOR
VALLEY’S ( 1 1)
The sad valley’s restlessness. 1 195 10 NISE
VALLEYS ( 2 2)
Within the valleys dim and brown, 1 222 11 SERE
In the greenest of our valleys 1 315 1 HAUNT
VALLEY-WORLD ( 1 1)
That slumber o’er that valley-world. 1 193 32 NISB
VALLIES ( 1 1)
In vallies of the wild Taglay, 1 38 357 TAMA
VALUE ( 2 2)
with/ the value of three short syllables"] 1 393 17/18 MODC
with the value of/ four short syllables] 1 393 20/21 MODC
VAMPIRE ( 2 1)
Despair, the fabled vampire-bat, 1 46 27 TAMF
And vampire-wing-like pannels back, 1 185 72BC IRENE1
VAMPIRE-BAT ( 1 1)
Despair, the fabled vampire-bat, 1 46 27 TAMF
VAMPIRE-WING-LIKE ( 1 0)
And vampire-wing-like pannels back, 1 185 72BC IRENE1
VAMPYRE ( 1 1)
And vampyre-winged pannels back, 1 185 72 IRENE1
VAMPYRE-WINGED ( 1 1)
And vampyre-winged pannels back, 1 185 72 IRENE1
VANISH ( 2 2)
Will fly thee — and vanish: 1 71 21 SPIRA
Now are visions ne’er to vanish — 1 72 20 SPIRD
VANISH’D ( 2 1)
But they have vanish’d long alas! 1 81 6 HAPP
But it has vanish’d long alas! 1 81 6B HAPP
VANITIES ( 5 5)
And fleeting vanities of dreams, 1 32 168 TAMA
And fleeting vanities of dreams 1 41 168 TAMB
Dim vanities of dreams by night, 1 49 144 TAMF
Dim, vanities of dreams by night — 1 57 121 TAMH
Of the hollow and high-sounding vanities 1 268 30 POLI
VAPID ( 1 1)
While yet my vapid Joy and grief 1 158 61 INTRO
VAPOR ( 3 2)
Upon the vapor of the dew 1 58 134 TAMH
That the vapor can make 1 349 10 EULA
Of the vapor and gold 1 349 11AYZ EULA
VAPORS ( 1 1)
Amid empurpled vapors, far away 1 408 26 MARB
VAPOUR ( 1 1)
An opiate vapour, dewy, dim, 1 187 3 IRENE2
VARIABLE ( 1 1)
a “variable foot” 1 393 17 MODC
VARIED ( 2 2)
Of varied being, which contain 1 32 165 TAMA
Of varied being which contain 1 41 165 TAMB
VARLET ( 1 1)
The impudent varlet not to answer me! 1 276 16 POLI
VAST ( 3 2)
Vast forms that move fantastically 1 316 43 HAUNT
At bidding of vast formless things 1 325 13 WORM
At bidding of vast shadowy things 1 325 13A WORM
VASTLY ( 1 1)
So pat, agreeable, and vastly proper 1 10 47 TEMP
VASTNESS ( 3 2)
Vastness! and Age! and Memories of Eld! 1 228 10 COLIS
Vastness! and Age! and Memories of Old! 1 228 10K COLIS
Vastness and Age and Memories of Eld 1 286 13 POLI
VATICAN ( 5 2)
Do we not? — at the Vatican. 1 280 44 POLI
POLITIAN. At the Vatican. 1 280 44 POLI
That I should meet him in the Vatican — 1 280 44.2AB POLI
In the Vatican — within the holy walls 1 280 44.3AB POLI
Of the Vatican. 1 280 44.4AB POLI
VAULT ( 6 4)
For her may some tall vault unfold, 1 185 68 IRENE1
For her may some tall vault unfold — 1 188 49 IRENE2
Some vault that oft hath flung its black 1 188 50 IRENE2
Some vault all haughtily alone, 1 188 54D IRENE2
Some vault from out whose sounding door 1 188 57E IRENE2
’T is the vault of thy lost Ulalume!” 1 418 81 ULA
VEIL ( 3 3)
’Twere folly now to veil a thought 1 32 183 TAMA
Breathe it less gently forth — and veil thine eyes. 1 149 6 ACROS
There fell a silvery-silken veil of light, 1 445 6 TOHEL
VEILED ( 1 1)
“To gaze upon that veiled face, and hear 1 271 103 POLI
VEILS ( 3 2)
Which veils the solemn midnight sky, 1 225 8 FANNY
In veils, and drowned in tears, 1 325 4 WORM
In veils, and drown’d in tears, 1 325 4BCDH WORM
VELVET ( 8 7)
And ten of Genoa velvet — one, two, three, 1 277 52 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards of velvet 1 277 54A2x POLI
Ten yards of velvet — I must try and get me 1 278 55 POLI
A dress of Genoa velvet — ’tis becoming. 1 278 56 POLI
Was the velvet violet, wet with dews, 1 301 6 PARO
Then, upon the velvet sinking, 1 367 69 RAVEN
On the cushion’s velvet lining 1 368 76 RAVEN
But whose velvet-violet lining 1 368 77 RAVEN
VELVET-VIOLET ( 1 1)
But whose velvet-violet lining 1 368 77 RAVEN
VENGEANCE ( 3 2)
At me in vengeance shall that foot be shaken — 1 12 85 TEMP
For vengeance or will never. So! the priest 1 287 55 POLI
For vengeance or will never. Behold the priest 1 287 55Ax POLI
VENOM ( 4 4)
And my brain drank their venom then, 1 28 41 TAMA
Its venom secretly imparts; 1 37 345 TAMA
Its venom secretly imparts — 1 45 345 TAMB
The venom thou hast pour’d on me — 1 81 11 HAPP
VENTURED ( 1 0)
That from his marble dwelling ventured out, 1 106 33BC ALAAR
VENUSES ( 1 1)
Venuses, unextinguished by the sun! 1 447 66 TOHEL
VERDANT ( 1 1)
No more — no more upon thy verdant slopes! 1 311 8 ZANTE
VERIEST ( 3 2)
Falling — her veriest stepping-stone 1 59 171 TAMH
“Silence” — which is the veriest word of all. 1 104 127F ALAAR
I am the veriest coward. O pity me! 1 282 73 POLI
VERITABLY ( 1 1)
And, veritably, Sol is right enough. 1 425 9 DUNCE
VERMIN ( 3 1)
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
VERSE ( 1 1)
Lady! I would that verse of mine 1 385 1 FSO
VERY ( 66 56)
His very voice is musical delight, 1 11 69 TEMP
Its very form hath pass’d me by, 1 30 100 TAMA
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 46 44 TAMF
In the tangles of Love’s very hair? 1 53 238 TAMF
Have nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40 TAMH
Hath nestled in my very hair. 1 55 40CE TAMH
In the tangles of Love’s very hair? 1 61 243 TAMH
And left unheedingly my very heart 1 68 15 DREA
And loveliness — have left my very heart 1 68 15AB DREA
To lisp my very earliest word 1 128 8 ROMG
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, I 128 12C ROMG
So shake the very Heavens on high 1 128 12EF ROMG
Has studied very little of his part, 1 148 9 ELIZA
John Locke was a very great name; 1 151 5C LOCKE
To lisp my very earliest word 1 156 8 INTRO
That very blackness yet doth fling 1 157 17 INTRO
So shook the very Heavens on high, 1 157 36 INTRO
To dream my very life away. 1 158 55 INTRO
By notes so very shrilly blown, 1 158 59 INTRO
Is by (the very source of gloom) 1 162 34 FAIRY2
The very hours are breathing low — 1 200 52 CITYA
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom, and glory! 1 228 9 COLIS
A very nobleman in heart and deed. 1 249 33 POLI
My master in this matter? very good (hiccup) wine! 1 250 63 POLI
Or was, that very sure, but he’s reforming 1 250 68 POLI
And drinks none but the very (hiccup!) best of wine. 1 250 69 POLI
Is it so late? is it all gone? very well! 1 250 72 POLI
UGO. Sweetheart, I fear me (hiccup!) very much 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
It’s a very serious business I assure you 1 253 8 POLI
To get drunk — a very serious business — excellent! 1 253 9 POLI
SAN OZZO. I know it — very! 1 253 19 POLI
The Duke your father, as you very well know, 1 254 28 POLI
Oh! I am very happy! — sad? — not I 1 257 2.1A POLI
Will make thee mine. Oh, I am very happy! 1 257 4 POLI
When I am very happy. Did I sigh? 1 257 10 POLI
ALESSANDRA. ’Tis very strange! 1 259 56 POLI
But like — oh, very like in its despair — 1 261 21 POLI
Indeed she is very troublesome. 1 261 35 POLI
All arm in arm we met this very man 1 265 29 POLI
BALDAZZAR. So please you, Sir, I fear me very much 1 267 68Ax POLI
Now this is very strange! Castiglione! 1 267 74 POLI
Very plainly through the window — it belongs, 1 269 63 POLI
Very plainly through the window — that lattice belongs, 1 269 63AB POLI
(very faintly.) 1 270 9d POLI
POLITIAN. ’Tis strange! — ’tis very strange — 1 271 107 POLI
’tis well — ’tis very well! 1 275 103 POLI
’Tis well, ’tis very well — alas! alas! 1 275 105 POLI
Six hours! why I can very easily do 1 276 10 POLI
All this is very true. When saw you, sir, 1 279 23 POLI
All very true. Thou art my friend, Baldazzar, 1 280 31 POLI
I cannot talk at all. It’s very strange 1 283 58 POLI
SAN OZZO. It’s very strange 1 283 59 POLI
SAN OZZO. Ah — very well! — 1 284 83 POLI
You are a little — stiff — all very true. 1 284 109 POLI
The day is very sultry — and that a corpse 1 285 115 POLI
In very hot weather won’t — keep, you take me, Sir? 1 285 116 POLI
My very soul thy grandeur, gloom and glory! 1 286 10 POLI
On this very night of last year, 1 418 86 ULA
Were seen no more: the very roses’ odors 1 446 34 TOHEL
From a spring but a very few 1 457 41 ANNIE
From a fountain a very few 1 457 41B ANNIE
From a cavern not very far 1 457 43 ANNIE
VESTER’S ( 1 0)
And hop o’er counters with a Vester’s air, 1 11 52C TEMP
VESTIBULES ( 2 1)
Gaunt vestibules and phantom-peopled aisles 1 228 11.1A-D COLIS
Gaunt vestibules, and phantom-peopled aisles 1 286 15 POLI
VESTRIS ( 1 1)
And hop o’er counters with a Vestris air, 1 11 52 TEMP
VEX ( 1 1)
To grieve thee or to vex thee? — I am sorry. 1 261 37 POLI
VEXED ( 2 1)
Some ocean vexed as it may be 1 237 11BC TOF
Too much of late, and I am vexed to see it. 1 258 12 POLI
VI ( 1 1)
(VI. Line illustrating (in the syllable son) 1 393 17 MODC
VICE ( 1 1)
No subject vice dare interfere, 1 384 7 KING
VICES ( 1 1)
And all his numerous vices from the time 1 249 41 POLI
VICTIM ( 1 1)
A victim on love’s altar slain, 1 226 17 FANNY
VICTORY ( 5 5)
1 The battle-cry of victory! 1 28 59 TAMA
With victory, on victory, 1 37 335 TAMA
The battle cry of victory. 1 47 58 TAMF
The battle-cry of Victory! 1 55 54 TAMH
VIDELICET ( 1 1)
Videlicet a tent — 1 141 37 FAIRY1
VIE ( 3 2)
In beauty vie! 1 102 85 ALAAR
Can vie with the modest Eulalie’s most unregarded curl — 1 349 12 EULA
Can vie with the sweet young Eulalie’s 1 349 12AYZ EULA
VIEW ( 6 5)
Which turneth at the view 1 102 88 ALAAR
That turneth at the view 1 102 88F ALAAR
Spirits in wing, and angels to the view, 1 111 156 ALAAR
Unrolling as a chart unto my view — 1 113 223 ALAAR
Of a demon in my view — 1 147 22 ALONE
May not — dare not openly view it; 1 345 44 ROUTE
VIGIL ( 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
VIGILANCE ( 1 1)
Which thy vigilance keep — 1 110 119 ALAAR
VII ( 1 1)
(VII. Line illustrating (in the last word) a foot 1 393 20 MODC
VIII ( 1 1)
(VIII. Lines to show that “a truly Greek hexameter” 1 393 23 MODC
VILE ( 1 1)
O you vile wretch! I’ll (hiccup!) not have you Jacinta! 1 251 90 POLI
VILLAIN ( 12 12)
O villain! villain! she his plighted wife 1 249 37 POLI
Will damn a man, that damned villain am I! 1 254 44 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. You can’t! you villain? 1 256 106 POLI
Villain, thou Art not gone — thou mockest me! 1 275 101 POLI
And others — the ignorant, stupid, villain! — 1 276 22 POLI
“Ugo, you villain!” (Ugo shall be my servant) 1 278 73 POLI
“Ugo you villain! — look you here, you rascal! 1 278 74 POLI
Hold him a villain? — thus much, I prythee, say 1 280 35 POLI
POLITIAN. Draw, villain, and prate no more! 1 281 57 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. Ha! — draw? — and villain? 1 281 58 POLI
Before all Rome I’ll taunt thee, villain, — 1 282 90 POLI
VINDICTIVELY ( 1 1)
Can it be fancied that Deity ever vindictively 1 393 10 MODC
VINE ( 2 2)
The mask — the viol — and the vine. 1 200 30 CITYA
The viol, the violet, and the vine. 1 201 23 CITYH
VINTNER’S ( 1 1)
The richest vintner’s daughter owning these jewels! 1 252 111 POLI
VIOL ( 2 2)
The mask — the viol — and the vine. 1 200 30 CITYA
The viol, the violet, and the vine. 1 201 23 CITYH
VIOLATE ( 1 1)
A traitor, violate of the truth 1 35 277 TAMA
VIOLET ( 9 7)
In violet bowers, 1 108 81 ALAAR
On violet couches faint away. 1 160 15 MYST
The viol, the violet, and the vine. 1 201 23 CITYH
Was the velvet violet, wet with dews, 1 301 6 PARO
While ever to her young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21 EULA
While ever to it young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21AZ EULA
And ever to it young Eulalie upturns her violet eye. 1 349 21BCD EULA
But whose velvet-violet lining 1 368 77 RAVEN
Clad all in white, upon a violet bank 1 445 17 TOHEL
VIOLETS ( 3 3)
There th’ uneasy violets lie — 1 192 30 NISA
Low crouched on Earth, some violets lie, 1 193 42 NISB
Over the violets there that lie 1 196 20 NISE
VIPER ( 2 2)
Thy servant maid! — but courage! — ’tis but a viper 1 262 57 POLI
“Begone I say this minute — get out you viper. 1 278 78 POLI
VIRGINAL ( 1 1)
Virginal Lilian, rigidly, humblily, dutiful; 1 393 2 MODC
VIRGINIA’S ( 2 2)
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHB
In setting my Virginia’s spirit free. 1 467 8 MOTHC
VIRTUE ( 4 3)
Thy virtue, grace, and beauty, 1 235 60 THOUJ
Where tyrant virtue reigns alone; 1 384 6 KING
With wisdom, virtue, feeling fraught, 1 386 22 FSO
In Truth — in Virtue — in Humanity — 1 400 7 MLS
VIRTUES ( 1 1)
Virtues that challenge envy’s praise, 1 386 7 FSO
NISAGE ( 1 1)
With a visage full of meaning, 1 192 21 NISA
VISION ( 6 6)
The earth reel — and the vision gone? 1 29 97 TAMA
The earth reel, & the vision gone? 1 41 97 TAMB
In a vision — or in none — 1 53 241 TAMF
That vision of my spirit; 1 75 12 IMIT
In a vision — or in none — 1 131 15 SHOULD
In a vision, or in none, 1 452 8 TAKE
VISIONARY ( 4 4)
And donn’d a visionary crown — 1 50 168 TAMF
And donn’d a visionary crown —— 1 58 156 TAMH
Flap shadowy sounds from visionary wings — 1 104 129 ALAAR
In the visionary hills! 1 378 5 LINES
VISIONS ( 8 8)
Now are visions ne’er to vanish — 1 72 20 SPIRD
In visions of the dark night 1 79 1 ADRE
The visions of my youth have been — 1 81 7 HAPP
When winged visions love to lie 1 183 3 IRENE1
How many visions of a maiden that is 1 311 7 ZANTE
Bewildering fantasies — far richer visions 1 406 13 MARA
Richer, far wilder, far diviner visions 1 407 13 MARB
Such hilarious visions clamber 1 450 3 ALE
VISIT ( 1 1)
We’ll have him at the wedding. ’Tis his first visit 1 259 43 POLI
VISITER ( 5 5)
Now each visiter shall confess 1 193 27 NISB
Now each visiter shall confess 1 195 9 NISE
“’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
VISTA ( 4 3)
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 407 28 MARA
Gazing, entranced, adown the gorgeous vista, 1 408 23 MARB
And we passed to the end of the vista — 1 418 75 ULA
And we passed to the end of a vista — 1 418 75K ULA
VISTAS ( 1 1)
Lay bare, thro’ vistas thunder-riven, 1 157 15 INTRO
VIVID ( 1 1)
Dreams! in their vivid colouring of life — 1 69 29 DREA
VOICE ( 45 40)
His very voice is musical delight, 1 11 69 TEMP
Of war, and tumult, where my voice 1 28 55 TAMA
My own voice, silly child! was swelling 1 28 56 TAMA
To her soft thrilling voice: To part 1 36 292 TAMA
Comes o’er me, with the mingled voice 1 37 340 TAMA
Comes o’er me, with the mingled voice 1 44 340 TAMB
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 45 23 TAMF
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 47 54 TAMF
My own voice, silly child, was swelling 1 47 55 TAMF
The undying voice of that dead time, 1 54 23 TAMH
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 55 50 TAMH
My own voice, silly child! — was swelling 1 55 51 TAMH
A voice came from the threshold stone 1 60 217 TAMH
Joy’s voice so peacefully departed 1 100 8 ALAAR
She stirr’d not — breath’d not — for a voice was there 1 104 122 ALAAR
Silence is the voice of God — 1 104 125.1B ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is passing by, 1 104 131 ALAAR
The eternal voice of God is moving by, 1 104 131B ALAAR
Is not its form — its voice — most palpable and loud? 1 107 47 ALAAR
Of his voice, all mute. 1 175 7 ISRG
That my voice is growing weak — 1 206 15 PAEAN
A voice from out the Future cries, 1 214 10 PARA
A voice is whispering unto me, 1 214 18.1A PARA
Thy lover’s voice tonight shall flow 1 223 19 SERE
Thus musical thy soft voice came, 1 225 5 FANNY
There is — what voice was that? 1 268 18 POLI
I heard not any voice except thine own, 1 268 19 POLI
POLITIAN. It is a phantom voice! 1 268 25 POLI
A lady’s voice! — and sorrow in the tone! 1 269 54 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
Be still! — the voice, if I mistake not greatly, 1 269 61 POLI
Voice 1 270 8d POLI
Voice 1 270 18d POLI
Voice 1 271 7d POLI
(Voice loudly.) 1 271 25d POLI
methought the voice 1 271 107 POLI
Sweet voice! I heed thee, and will surely stay. 1 271 109 POLI
And let me hear thy voice — one word — one word, 1 275 95 POLI
And then she has a voice. Heavens! what a voice! 1 278 61 POLI
And the voice seemed his who fell 1 309 10 BRIDF
Who “had the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 406 15 MARA
Who has “the sweetest voice of all God’s creatures,” 1 407 15 MARB
VOICES ( 2 2)
And phantom voices. 1 268 25 POLI
In voices of surpassing beauty, 1 316 31 HAUNT
VOID ( 1 1)
A void within the filmy Heaven. 1 202 47 CITYH
VOLATILE ( 1 1)
Gay, volatile and giddy — is he not? 1 259 52 POLI
VOLCANIC ( 2 1)
These were days when my heart was volcanic 1 416 13 ULA
These were the days when my heart was volcanic 1 416 13D ULA
VOLUME ( 2 2)
(re-enter JACINTA, and throws a volume on the table.) 1 261 27d POLI
volume of forgotten lore — 1 364 2 RAVEN
VOLUMINOUSLY ( 2 1)
What a gush of euphony voluminously wells! 1 436 26 BELLSEG
What a gush of euphony voluminously wells! 1 436 26A-HJ BELLSEG
VOW ( 16 11)
There is a vow were fitting should be made — 1 263 93 POLI
A sacred vow, imperative, and urgent, 1 263 94 POLI
A solemn vow! 1 263 95 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
The deed — the vow — the symbol of the deed — 1 264 104 POLI
Behold the cross wherewith a vow like mine 1 264 106 POLI
And, when he breathed his vow, 1 307 8 BRIDA
An irrevocable vow — 1 307 20 BRIDA
But, when first he breathed his vow, 1 308 7 BRIDF
But, when he breathed his vow, 1 308 78 BRIDF
They have registered the vow — 1 308 32 BRIDA
And this the plighted vow; 1 309 21 BRIDF
Quick they registered the vow; 1 309 21B BRIDF
VOWS ( 3 3)
If ever plighted vows most sacredly 1 254 42 POLI
And confidence — his vows — my ruin — think — think 1 263 88 POLI
And vows before the throne? 1 263 92 POLI
VULTURE ( 1 1)
Vulture, whose wings are dull realities? 1 91 4 SCI
WAFT ( 4 3)
But waft thee on thy flight, 1 207 39 PAEAN
But waft the angel on her flight 1 336 47 LENA
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 21C-GL LENK
But waft the angel on her flight 1 337 26 LENK
WAIST ( 2 1)
And zone that clung around her gentle waist 1 108 54 ALAAR
And zone that clung about her gentle waist 1 108 54F ALAAR
WAIT ( 2 1)
And they wait for us below — Politian give 1 270 83Ax POLI
Shall wait upon thee, and the angel Hope 1 274 81 POLI
WAITING ( 2 2)
That I’m the richest waiting maid in Rome 1 252 110 POLI
LALAGE. I did not know, Jacinta, you were in waiting. 1 260 2 POLI
WAKE ( 3 3)
Thy heart — In heart! — I wake and sigh, 1 132 9 BOWERS
To wake to sunshine and to show’r, 1 224 3 SLEEP
Must wake to weep. 1 224 20 SLEEP
WAKENING ( 1 1)
Wakening the broad welkin with his loud battle cry; 1 341 2 CAMP
WAKING ( 6 5)
Nothings of mid-day waking life — 1 32 170 TAMA
Nothings of mid-day waking life — 1 41 170 TAMB
Of waking life to him whose heart shall be, 1 68 6 DREA
Of waking life to him whose heart must be, 1 68 6A DREA
With a wild, and waking thought 1 75 6 IMIT
But a waking dream of life and light 1 79 3 ADRE
WALK ( 1 1)
I will not walk myself to death at all — 1 276 13 POLI
WALK’D ( 4 4)
We walk’d together on the crown 1 33 214 TAMA
We walk’d together on the crown 1 43 214 TAMB
We walk’d together on the crown 1 50 151 TAMF
We walk’d together on the crown 1 58 139 TAMH
WALKING ( 4 4)
We were walking in the garden. 1 265 6 POLI
As I was walking with the Count San Ozzo 1 265 28 POLI
Enter BENITO walking quickly, 1 275 27d POLI
Superlative! — now that’s what I call walking! 1 285 130 POLI
WALKS ( 2 2)
(walks across and returns,) 1 274 2d POLI
For the spirit that walks in shadow 1 345 41 ROUTE
WALL ( 10 6)
The gay wall of this gaudy tower 1 27 15 TAMA
Wherein I sate, and on the draperied wall — 1 113 205 ALAAR
Wherein I sate, and on the drapried wall — 1 113 205CE ALAAR
More beauty clung around her column’d wall 1 113 216 ALAAR
More beauty clung around her columned wall 1 113 216A ALAAR
“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
That, o’er the floor and down the wall, 1 187 28 IRENE2
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 192 42 NISA
O’er th’ horizon’s fiery wall — 1 193 40 NISB
WALLS ( 7 5)
Over ruin’d walls — 1 163 60 FAIRY2
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 200 27 CITYA
Up fanes — up Babylon-like walls — 1 201 18 CITYH
But stay! these walls — these ivy-clad arcades — 1 229 26 COLIS
These crumbling walls; these tottering arcades — 1 229 26A-D COLIS
In the Vatican — within the holy walls 1 280 44.3AB POLI
These crumbling walls — these tottering arcades 1 286 33 POLI
WAN ( 7 3)
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24 COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon, 1 229 24A-CKL COLIS
Lit by the wan-light of the horned moon, 1 229 24H COLIS
Lit by the wan light of the horned moon 1 286 31 POLI
While the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37 WORM
And the seraphs, all haggard and wan, 1 326 37A WORM
And the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37B-FHKL WORM
WANDER’D ( 3 2)
But as I wander’d on the way 1 38 364 TAMA
I wander’d of the idol, Love, 1 52 227 TAMF
I have wander’d home but newly 1 345 55D ROUTE
WANDERED ( 2 2)
I wandered of the idol, Love, 1 61 232 TAMH
I have wandered home but newly 1 345 55 ROUTE
WANDERER ( 4 3)
A wanderer by moss-y-mantled well — 1 112 183 ALAAR
A wanderer by mossy-mantled well — 1 112 183E ALAAR
The weary, way-worn wanderer bore 1 166 4 HELF
As they pass the wanderer by — 1 344 36 ROUTE
WANDERERS ( 3 1)
The hearts of many wanderers who look in 1 107 39.3B ALAAR
Wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17 HAUNT
All wanderers in that happy valley, 1 316 17A HAUNT


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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)