Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (WHENCE through WHOSE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 649-660 (This material is protected by copyright)


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WHENCE ( 4 4)
The dwindled hills, whence amid bowers 1 33 218 TAMA
The dwindled hills, whence, amid bowers 1 43 218 TAMB
From the sun and stars, whence he had drawn forth 1 77 5 STAN
Whence sprang the “Idea of Beauty” into birth, 1 100 31 ALAAR
WHERE ( 99 76)
Of war, and tumult, where my voice 1 28 55 TAMA
(As in the desert, where the grand, 1 34 253 TAMA
Where in a deep, still slumber lay 1 36 285 TAMA
Not so in deserts where the grand 1 44 254 TAMB
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 47 54 TAMF
Not so in deserts where the grand, 1 50 174 TAMF
Where there is nothing to deceive, 1 52 220 TAMF
Of human battle, where my voice, 1 55 50 TAMH
Not so in deserts where the grand — 1 58 162 TAMH
Where there is nothing to deceive, 1 60 225 TAMH
Where wand’rest thou my soul? 1 79 .4A ADRE
The witch, the sprite, the goblin — where are they? 1 91 14F SCI
As in those gardens where the day 1 99 3 ALAAR
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
“Spirit! that dwellest where, 1 102 82 ALAAR
Where all my love is folly and the crowd 1 104 135 ALAAR
Where wild flowers, creeping, 1 110 136 ALAAR
O! where (and ye may seek the wide skies over) 1 112 179 ALAAR
Where, tho’ the garish lights that fly 1 157 13 INTRO
I could not love except where Death 1 157 31 INTRO
In dreamy gardens, where do lie 1 160 12 MYST
Here, dearest, where the moonbeam fell 1 161 2 FAIRY2
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 174 18 ISRA
Where Love is a grown god — 1 174 19 ISRA
Where Houri glances are — 1 174 20 ISRA
If I did dwell where Israfel 1 175 39 ISRA
Hath dwelt, and he where I, 1 175 40 ISRA
Where deep thoughts are a duty — 1 176 24 ISRG
Where Love’s a grown-up God — 1 176 25 ISRG
Where Love is a grown God — 1 176 25C ISRG
Where the Houri glances are 1 176 26 ISRG
Where Houri glances are 1 176 26C ISRG
Where Israfel 1 176 46 ISRG
Hath dwelt, and he where I, 1 176 47 ISRG
All beauty sleeps: and lo! where lies 1 183 22 IRENE1
Where oft — in life — with friends — it went 1 184 49 IRENE1
All Beauty sleeps! — and lo! where lies 1 187 16 IRENE2
Where the people did not dwell, 1 192 18 NISA
Where the people did not dwell; 1 195 2 NISE
Where the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4B CITYA
Where the good and the bad and the worst and the best 1 201 4 CITYH
Where weeps the silver willow! 1 215 20.6B PARA
Are where thy grey eye glances, 1 215 23 PARA
Of where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23A PARA
Are where thy dark eye glances, 1 215 23B-HK-NPRZ PARA
Are where thy blue eye glances, 1 215 23J PARA
Are where the dark eye glances, 1 215 23Q PARA
And where thy footstep gleams — 1 215 24 PARA
Where comes no storm 1 224 12 SLEEP
Here, where a hero fell, a column falls! 1 228 17 COLIS
Here, where the mimic eagle glared in gold, 1 E28 18 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their gilded hair 1 228 20 COLIS
Here, where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 228 20A-D COLIS
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1ABC COLIS
Here where on ivory throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1D COLIS
Here where on golden throne the Caesar sate 1 228 21.1FK COLIS
Here, where on golden throne the monarch lolled, 1 228 22 COLIS
Here, where on golden throne the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22ACGH COLIS
Here, where on golden couch the monarch lolled, 1 228 22D COLIS
Here, where on ivory couch the monarch loll’d, 1 228 22FK COLIS
(Drear path, alas! where grows 1 237 3 TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 3A TOF
With storms — but where meanwhile 1 237 12 TOF
(Sad path, alas! where grows 1 237 14.3BC TOF
(hiccup) where is the buffo-singer? 1 248 8 POLI
I pulled him from under the table where he lay 1 248 19 POLI
UGO. (Hiccup!) where? 1 251 83 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. What’s that I say? — where is the wine? 1 255 86 POLI
Where am I? — what was it he said? — Politian! 1 275 90 POLI
Gone — gone. Where am I? —— 1 275 103 POLI
Here where a hero fell, a column falls 1 286 22 POLI
Here where the mimic eagle glared in gold 1 286 23 POLI
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
Here where on ivory couch the Caesar sate 1 286 27 POLI
Here where on golden throne the monarch lolled 1 286 29 POLI
The bridegroom — where art thou? 1 287 59 POLI
[POLITIAN] ’Tis true where am I? 1 287 59 POLI
Not where I should be? — By the God of Heaven 1 287 60 POLI
Round about a throne where, sitting, 1 316 21 HAUNT
That haunteth the lone regions where hath trod 1 322 14 SILE
Who haunteth the dim regions where hath trod 1 322 14ABC SILE
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 343 3 ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 344 20.3A ROUTE
Where the toad and the newt encamp, — 1 344 28 ROUTE
Where dwell the Ghouls, — 1 344 30 ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, named Night, 1 344 38.3A ROUTE
Where an Eidolon, name NIGHT, 1 345 53 ROUTE
where nothing can trouble it; 1 378 6 WALL
A bond where all the dearest ties 1 382 11 VANE
Where tyrant virtue reigns alone; 1 384 6 KING
Enwritten upon the leaf where now are peering 1 390 13 VALG
To where the prospect terminates — thee only. 1 407 32 MARA
To where the prospect terminates — thee only. 1 408 27 MARB
These cheeks where the worm never dies, 1 417 43 ULA
Where no wind dared to stir, unless on tiptoe — 1 445 10 TOHEL
“Where can it be — 1 463 17 ELDOR
And fill my heart of hearts, where Death installed you 1 467 7 MOTHB
Filling my heart of hearts, where God installed you, 1 467 7 MOTHC
WHEREAT ( 1 1)
The bowers whereat, in dreams, I see 1 132 1 BOWERS
WHEREIN ( 3 2)
Wherein I sate, and on the draperied wall — 1 113 205 ALAAR
Wherein I sate, and on the drapried wall — 1 113 205CE ALAAR
Wherein our weary souls may rest, 1 382 6 VANE
WHEREON ( 2 1)
A crucifix whereon to register 1 264 98 POLI
Enwritten upon this page whereon are peering 1 390 13F VALG
WHEREVER ( 2 2)
Ligeia! wherever 1 109 112 ALAAR
Wherever they may be — 1 140 21 FAIRY1
WHEREWITH ( 1 1)
Behold the cross wherewith a vow like mine 1 264 106 POLI
WHETHER ( 5 4)
I’ve been a thinking, whether it were best 1 9 11 TEMP
Whether with grim Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13 TEMP
Whether with Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13D TEMP
Whether Tempter sent, or whether 1 368 86 RAVEN
WHICH ( 163 149)
Of which sound doctrine I believe each tittle, 1 9 7 TEMP
This is a question which, oh Heaven, withdraw 1 10 19 TEMP
Which is but agony of desire 1 26 3 TAMA
To shun the fate, with which to cope 1 26 4 TAMA
The worldly glory, which has shown 1 27 26 TAMA
And a proud spirit, which hath striv’n 1 27 36 TAMA
Usurp’d a tyranny, which men 1 29 79 TAMA
Which ev’n to mx impassion’d mind, 1 29 92 TAMA
Which ev’n upon this perilous brink 1 30 105 TAMA
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 30 114 TAMA
Of flow’rs which we have known before 1 31 140 TAMA
In infancy, which seen, recall 1 31 141 TAMA
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine. 1 31 156 TAMA
Which I felt not — its bodied forms 1 32 164 TAMA
Of varied being, which contain 1 32 165 TAMA
Of an enchanted life, which seems, 1 32 171 TAMA
Which left me in an evil hour, 1 32 174 TAMA
The passionate spirit which hath known, 1 32 179 TAMA
With which this aching breast is fraught/ 1 32 184 TAMA
The soul which feels its innate right — 1 32 185 TAMA
Which knows (believe me at this time, 1 32 189 TAMA
The soul, which knows such power, will still 1 32 193 TAMA
Which, of light step, flies with the dew, 1 33 209 TAMA
Of Beauty, which did guide it through 1 33 211 TAMA
Of a high mountain, which look’d down 1 33 215 TAMA
Which as it were, in fairy bound 1 33 221 TAMA
The idle words, which, as a dream 1 34 239 TAMA
The only feeling which possest, 1 34 245 TAMA
Which, ideal, still may be 1 36 304 TAMA
Of glory, which the world hath known? 1 37 331 TAMA
With the noon-day beauty, which is all. 1 39 388 TAMA
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 40 79 TAMB
Which, ev’n to this impassion’d mind, 1 41 92 TAMB
Which blazes upon Edis’ shrine — 1 41 156 TAMB
Of varied being which contain 1 41 165 TAMB
Of an enchanted life, which seems, 1 41 171 TAMB
Which left me in an evil hour — 1 42 174 TAMB
The passionate spirit which hath known 1 42 179 TAMB
Which knows (believe! for now on me 1 42 189 TAMB
The soul which feels such power will still 1 42 193 TAMB
Which, of light step, flies with the dew 1 42 209 TAMB
Of Beauty, which did guide it thro’ 1 42 211 TAMB
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 43 215 TAMB
The idle words which, as a dream, 1 43 239 TAMB
The undying hope which now oppress’d 1 44 245 TAMB
Of glory which the world hath known 1 44 331 TAMB
The searing glory which hath shone 1 45 17 TAMF
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 46 37 TAMF
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 47 70 TAMF
The which I could not love the less, 1 47 81 TAMF
On which my ev’ry hope and thought 1 49 117 TAMB
And dimmer nothings which were real, 1 49 145 TAMF
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 50 152 TAMF
Which fallest into the soul like rain 1 51 185 TAMF
Idea which bindest life around, 1 51 189 TAMB
The searing glory which hath shone 1 54 17 TAMH
And a proud spirit which hath striven 1 54 33 TAMH
Usurp’d a tyranny which men 1 56 66 TAMH
On which my every hope and thought 1 56 90 TAMH
And dimmer nothings which were real — 1 57 122 TAMH
Of beauty which did while it thro’ 1 58 136 TAMH
Of a high mountain which look’d down 1 58 140 TAMH
Of glory which the world hath known 1 59 169 TAMH
Which fall’st into the soul like rain 1 59 179 TAMH
Idea! which bindest life around 1 59 183 TAMH
With the noon-day beauty — which is all. 1 60 212 TAMH
Of semblance with reality which brings 1 69 31 DREA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 71 6 SPIRA
Which would cling to thee forever. 1 71 18 SPIRA
Which is not loneliness — for then 1 72 6 SPIRD
Which would cling to thee for ever. 1 72 18 SPIRD
And a symbol which shall be 1 72 27 SPIRA
Which my spirit hath not seen. 1 75 8 IMIT
Will start, which lately slept in apathy? 1 78 19 STAN
From us in life — but common — which doth lie 1 78 21 STAN
That high tone of the spirit which hath striv’n 1 78 29 STAN
The which I could not love the less; 1 84 3 LAKEA
Which turneth at the view 1 102 88 ALAAR
Which dreamy poets name “the music of the sphere.” 1 104 125 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the merest word of all. 1 104 127 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the veriest word of all. 1 104 127F ALAAR
“What tho’ in worlds which sightless cycles run, 1 104 133 ALAAR
What tho’ in worlds which own a single sun 1 105 139 ALAAR
On the stars which your wonder 1 108 74 ALAAR
Which thy vigilance keep — 1 110 119 ALAAR
Which leaps down to the flower, 1 110 121 ALAAR
As the spell which no slumber 1 111 152 ALAAR
Which lull’d him to rest?” 1 111 155 ALAAR
With which they dare combine 1 131 33 SHOULD
Which glistens then, and trembles — 1 135 8 TOPO
His heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13 TOPO
The heart which trembles at the beam 1 135 13ABCF TOPO
Which have wither’d as they rose 1 137 14 TOMB
(A kind which, upon trial, 1 140 13 FAIRY1
(A sort which, upon trial, 1 140 13CF FAIRY1
Which I think extravagant: 1 141 38 FAIRY1
Of which those butterflies, 1 141 41 FAIRY1
The mystery which binds me still — 1 146 12 ALONE
Which thro’ some tatter’d curtain pries 1 162 32 FAIRY2
On which it trembles and lies 1 162 36 FAIRY2
Ah, Psyche, from the regions which 1 166 14 HELF
A Psyche, from the regions which 1 166 14A HELF
Which we worship in yon star. 1 174 23 ISRA
Which we worship in a star. 1 174 23B ISRA
Which were seven,) 1 175 14 ISRG
By which he sits and sings — 1 176 20 ISRG
Which we worship in a star. 1 176 28 ISRG
Which we worship in the star 1 176 28C ISRG
Which steal within the slumberer’s ear, 1 185 25.3BC IRENE1
Some tomb, which oft hath flung its black 1 185 71 IRENE1
’Neath which thy slumb’ring soul lies hid, 1 187 27 IRENE2
Which is enduring, so be deep! 1 187 38 IRENE2
Thereabout which Time hath said 1 192 9 NISA
In the midst of which all day 1 195 7 NISE
For which my soul did pine — 1 214 2 PARA
Which gathers all their glories in its own. 1 222 16 ENIGMA
Which brings no ill. 1 224 16 SLEEP
Which veils the solemn midnight sky, 1 225 8 FANNY
By witching eyes which looked disdain. 1 226 18 FANNY
Be every thing which now thou art 1 235 3 THOUA
Being everything which now thou art, 1 235 3 THOUF
Being everything which now thou art, 1 235 3 THOUJ
Being every thing which now thou art, 1 235 3BCDG THOUJ
And nothing which thou art not: 1 235 4 THOUA
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUF
Be nothing which thou art not. 1 235 4 THOUJ
Which she must never more share in. 1 249 49.2Ax POLI
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
on/ which lie some books and a hand mirror. 1 260 5/ 6d POLI
tiTticgi—TiFe—ChTF.riTorliearls on Hermon hill.” 1 261 34 POLI
Of the Earl, mirthful indeed! — which of us said 1 267 77 POLI
Which from my forefathers I did inherit, 1 268 11 POLI
Which with my mother’s milk I did imbibe, 1 268 12 POLI
Proceeds from yonder lattice — which you may see 1 269 62 POLI
Far less a shadow which thou likenest to it, 1 274 61 POLI
With which all tongues are busy — a land new found — 1 274 66 POLI
of which all tongues are speaking — a land new found — 1 274 66A POLI
Of Heaven untrammelled flow — which air to breathe 1 274 72 POLI
upon one/ of her hands, which is ungloved. 1 276 3/ 4d POLI
Ungenial Britain which we left so lately, 1 280 25 POLI
Of nothing which might warrant thee in this thing, 1 281 54 POLI
Was the lance which he proudly wav’d on high. 1 302 10 PARO
Through which came flowing, flowing, flowing, 1 316 27 HAUNT
That have a double life, which thus is made 1 322 2 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
I scarce know which to prize most high — 1 380 3 KATE
A love which shall be passion-free, 1 382 9 VANE
Which has in others’ joys a part, 1 386 15 FSO
Which Error’s glitter cannot blind, 1 386 19 FSO
Search narrowly these words, which hold a treasure 1 389 s VALA
Search narrowly this rhyme! — which holds a treasure 1 389 5F VALG
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 389 11 VALA
Upon the open page on which are peering 1 389 13 VALA
Which one might not undo without a sabre, 1 390 11 VALG
Which one might not undo without a sabre 1 390 11D VALG
in which “there are no natural feet"] 1 393 6 MODC
(III. “Dactylic lines in which we find natural feet” — 1 393 8 MODC
Out of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35 ULA
Ont of which a miraculous crescent 1 416 35D ULA
They fill my soul with Beauty (which is Hope,) 1 446 61 TOHEL
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHB
By that infinity with which my wife 1 467 13 MOTHC
WHILE ( 61 50)
But pray be patient: yet a little while 1 10 38 TEMP
And dove-tailed coat, obtained at cost; while then 1 11 67 TEMP
In dreams upon me — while the light 1 28 49 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young, — 1 34 236 TAMA
Thus, haply, while in sleep she dream’d 1 36 293 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young: 1 43 236 TAMB
While the red flashing of the light 1 46 48 TAMF
While the red flashing of the light 1 55 44 TAMH
Of beauty which did while it thro’ 1 58 136 TAMH
While all the world were chiding, 1 79 10 ADRE
While pettish tears adown her petals run: 1 102 69 ALAAR
While the moon danc’d with the fair stranger light — 1 106 10 ALAAR
Of their own dissolution, while they die — 1 106 18 ALAAR
But O that light! — I slumber’d — Death, the while, 1 113 210 ALAAR
While in the wild wood I did lie, 1 128 9 ROMG
While in the wild-wood I did lie, 1 128 9C ROMG
To while away — forbidden things! 1 128 19 ROMG
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 128 19C ROMG
But that, while I am dead yet alive 1 137 19 TOMB
But that, while I am dead and alive 1 137 19A TOMB
While its wide circumference 1 140 18 FAIRY1
While in the wild-wood I did lie 1 156 9 INTRO
To while away — forbidden thing! 1 157 43 INTRO
While yet my vapid joy and grief 1 158 61 INTRO
While the silver winds of Circassy 1 160 14 MYST
While, to listen, the red levin 1 174 10 ISRA
While, to listen, the red levin 1 175 12 ISRG
While a bolder note than this might swell 1 177 50 ISRG
While the pale sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44 IRENE2
While the dim sheeted ghosts go by! 1 188 44FGHK IRENE2
While from the high towers of the town 1 200 43 CITYA
While from a proud tower in the town 1 202 28 CITYH
They tell me (while they speak 1 206 13 PAEAN
“Onward!” while o’er the Past 1 214 11A-G PARA
Thus, while no single sound too rude, 1 223 22 SERE
(while she speaks, 1 263 8d POLI
Give me to live yet — yet a little while: 1 279 8 POLI
While a reverie came o’er me, 1 309 15 BRIDF
While, like a ghastly rapid river, 1 317 45 HAUNT
While, like a rapid ghastly river, 1 317 45ABCEHKLO HAUNT
While the orchestra breathes fitfully 1 325 7 WORM
While the angels, all pallid and wan, 1 326 37 WORM
While all day long 1 349 17BCD EULA
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
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
while I pondered, weak and weary, 1 364 1 RAVEN
While I nodded, nearly napping, 1 364 3 RAVEN
While I pondered, nearly napping, 1 364 3G RAVEN
While in its own all others share. 1 386 16 FSO
While, on dreams relying, 1 399 6 LOU
Twirls into trunk-paper the while you con it.” 1 425 8 DUNCE
While the stars that oversprinkle 1 435 6 BELLSEG
To the turtle-dove that listens while she gloats 1 436 23 BELLSEG
I saw thee half reclining; while the moon 1 445 18 TOHEL
I see thee half reclining; while the moon 1 445 18B TOHEL
While even in the meridian glare of day 1 446 64 TOHEL
While I weep — while I weep! 1 452 18 TAKE
For now, while so quietly 1 458 59 ANNIE
WHILED ( 1 1)
Thus, in discourse, the lovers whiled away 1 115 261 ALAAR
WHIM ( 1 1)
Such wit — such whim — such flashes of wild merriment 1 266 36 POLI
WHISPERED ( 3 2)
was the whispered word, “Lenore?” 1 365 28 RAVEN
was the whispered word, “Lenore!” 1 365 28ABCEFHJLNPU RAVEN
This I whispered, and an echo 1 366 29 RAVEN
WHISPERING ( 3 2)
Young flowers were whispering in melody 1 108 60 ALAAR
A voice is whispering unto me, 1 214 18.1A PARA
The angels, whispering to one another, 1 467 2 MOTHB
WHISPERS ( 1 1)
Whispers of early grave untimely yawning 1 263 69 POLI
WHITE ( 9 7)
What tho’ the moon — the white moon — 1 52 207 TAMF
What tho’ the moon — the white moon 1 60 201 TAMH
Heaving her white breast to the balmy air, 1 101 64 ALAAR
Snow-white palace — reared its head. 1 315 4ABCL HAUNT
Snow-white palace — rear’d its head. 1 315 4E HAUNT
See the White Eagle soaring aloft to the sky, 1 341 1 CAMP
Then here’s the White Eagle, full daring is he, 1 342 3 CAMP
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
Clad all in white, upon a violet bank 1 445 17 TOHEL
WHITE-ROBED ( 1 1)
White-robed forms of friends long given, 1 344 37 ROUTE
WHO ( 130 120)
Democritus of Thrace, who used to toss over 1 10 16 TEMP
As though he’d say, “Why who the devil cares?” 1 10 18 TEMP
Who would be men by imitating apes. 1 10 34 TEMP
Or who so cold, so callous to refuse 1 11 57 TEMP
The youth who cut the ribbon for her shoes! 1 11 58 TEMP
But, father, there liv’d one who, then — 1 29 82 TAMA
Ev’n then, who deem’d this iron heart 1 29 86 TAMA
Yes! I was proud — and ye who know 1 33 195 TAMA
Who, that had known the secret thought 1 34 247 TAMA
Of those, who hardly will conceive 1 34 258 TAMA
Wither’d and blasted; who had gone 1 35 276 TAMA
Her own Alexis, who should plight 1 35 279 TAMA
Too real, to his. breast who lives 1 36 307 TAMA
And who her sov’reign? Timur he 1 37 333 TAMA
To him, who still would gaze upon 1 38 366 TAMA
Who in a dream of night would fly 1 38 374 TAMA
But she who rear’d them was long dead, i 39 403 TAMA
But, father, there liv’d one who then, 1 40 82 TAMB
Ev’n then who deem’d this iron heart 1 40 86 TAMB
Yes! I was proud & ye who know 1 42 195 TAMB
Who that had known the silent thought 1 44 247 TAMB
And who her sov’reign? Timur — he 1 44 333 TAMB
It was but man, I thought, who shed 1 47 62 TAMF
But, father, there liv’d one who then — 1 47 73 TAMB
Ev’n then who knew that as infinite 1 47 77 TAMF
Of hers — who ask’d no reason why, 1 49 137 TAMB
To him who still would look upon 1 51 199 TAMB
Who in a dream of night would fly, 1 52 205 TAMF
I Jcngw — for death, who comes for me 1 52 218 TAMF
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 53 228 TAMF
It was but man, I thought, who shed 1 55 58 TAMH
But, father, there liv’d one who, then, 1 56 69 TAMH
E’en ;hen who knew this iron heart 1 56 73 TAMH
Of her — who ask’d no reason why, 1 57 110 TAMH
And who her sovereign? Timour — he 1 59 173 TAMH
To him who still would look upon 1 59 193 TAMH
Who, in a dream of night, wou_kd fly 1 60 199 TAMH
For all had flown who made it so. 1 60 214 TAMH
I know — for Death who comes for me 1 60 223 TAMH
Who daily scents his snowy wings 1 61 233 TAMH
Who saw thee on that bridal day, 1 66 13 SONG
Who saw the on that bridal day, 1 66 13A SONG
The spirits of the dead, who stood 1 71 7 SPIRA
The spirits of the dead who stood 1 72 7 SPIRD
Who otherwise would fall from life and Heav’n 1 78 27 STAN
For him who thence could solace bring 1 85 19 LAKEA
For him who thence could solace bring 1 86 20 LAKEF
Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes. 1 91 2 SCI
Who alterest all things with thy piercing eyes. 1 91 2BC SCI
Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering 1 91 6 SCI
Of her who lov’d a mortal — and so died. 1 101 47 ALAAR
By the comets who were cast 1 103 91 ALAAR
Who livest — that we know — 1 103 98 ALAAR
The hearts of many wanderers who look in 1 107 39.3B ALAAR
Who, musing, gazeth on the distance dim. 1 107 45 ALAAR
Who calls on you now — 1 108 79 ALAAR
To those who hear not for their beating hearts. 1 112 177 ALAAR
He was a goodly spirit — he who fell: 1 112 182 ALAAR
Who hear not for the beating of their hearts. 1 115 264 ALAAR
Romance, who loves to nod and sing 1 128 1 ROMG
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 128 1C ROMG
Who am a passer-by. 1 136 8 TOMB
Who am a passer by. 1 137 8 TOMD
Of Earth, who seek the skies, 1 141 42 FAIRY1
Romance, who loves to nod and sing, 1 156 1 INTRO
Who read Anacreon, and drank wine, 1 157 20 INTRO
But dreams — of those who dream as I, 1 158 56 INTRO
Israfeli, who despisest 1 174 25 ISRA
Israfeli, who despisest 1 176 30 ISRG
It was the dead who groaned within. 1 188 60 IRENE2
It was the dead who groan’d within. 1 188 60E IRENE2
Of the dead, who is my bride. 1 206 24 PAEAN
Of the dead — dead — who lies 1 206 25 PAEAN
Who knocked over a thousand so fine 1 219 8 LATIN
Who is king but Epiphanes? 1 220 1 SONGA
Who is God but Epiphanes? 1 220 3 SONGA
Who laid his heart upon thy shrine, 1 225 14 FANNY
As for the Count San Ozzo who knocked me down 1 248 4 POLI
Who is my lady Lalage? God knows! 1 250 64 POLI
Who play’d on the guitar! most excellent wine! 1 250 66 POLI
Uho gave them to me, d’ye hear? who gave them to me 1 252 113 POLI
UGO. Why, Sir, you see, the servant who brings it says 1 256 98 POLI
As of one who entered madly into life, 1 259 59 POLI
O still more happy maiden who couldst die! 1 260 13 POLI
Castiglione lied who said he loved — 1 263 72 POLI
Demeanour of his friend — who to speak the truth 1 266 38 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 72 POLI
Who hath loved thee so long 1 270 81 POLI
“Who hath loved thee so long, 1 271 91 POLI
Castiglione die? Who spoke the words? 1 275 89 POLI
who/ throws The bandbox after tan.) 1 279 3/ 4d POLI
’Tis 1 who pray for life — I who so late 1 279 9 POLI
Touching Politian, who in the public streets 1 283 66 POLI
For — the words were his who fell 1 307 10 BRIDA
And who is happy now! 1 307 12 BRIDA
And the dead who is forsaken 1 308 41 BRIDA
And the voice seemed his who fell 1 309 10 BRIDF
And who is happy now. 1 309 12 BRIDF
Lest the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32 BRIDF
And the dead who is forsaken 1 309 32B BRIDF
Who entereth herein, a conqueror hath bin; 1 319 1 COUP
Who slayeth the dragon, the shield he shall win. 1 319 2 COUP
Who haunteth the dim regions where hath trod 1 322 14ABC SILE
Mere puppets they, who come and go 1 325 12 WORM
So wills its King, who hath forbid 1 345 47 ROUTE
So wills the King, who hath forbid 1 345 47AB ROUTE
From him who there should reign alone; 1 382 4 VANE
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 1 394 2* MODD
Why ask 1 who ever 1 yet saw 1 money made 1 1 394 5 MODD
Why ask? who ever yet saw money made out of a fat old 1 394 27 MODC
Of all who hail thy presence as the morning — 1 400 1 MLS
The sacred sun — of all who, weeping, bless thee 1 400 4 MLS
Of all who, on Despair’s unhallowed bed 1 400 8 MLS
Of all who owe thee most — whose gratitude 1 400 13 MLS
By him who, as he pens them, thrills to think 1 400 17 MLS
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
Who live up in the steeple 1 437 80E1 BELLSEG
And who, tolling, tolling, tolling, 1 437 82 BELLSEG
And their king it is who tolls: — 1 437 89 BELLSEG
You are not wrong, who deem 1 451 4 TAKE
You who are more than mother unto me, 1 467 6 MOTHB
You who are more than mother unto me, 1 467 6 MOTHC
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHB
My mother — my own mother, who died early, 1 467 9 MOTHC
Of those who were older than we — 1 478 28 LEEA
Of those who were older than we — 1 479 28 LEEE
WHO’D ( 1 1)
Who’d be without a watch? — these are pretty gloves! 1 276 12 POLI
WHOLE ( 3 3)
But take it generally upon the whole, 1 10 44 TEMP
To God, and to the great whole — 1 36 310 TAMA
The whole of my errands in two hours at farthest! 1 276 11 POLI
WHOM ( 33 31)
Of one whom in life I made 1 27 20 TAMA
But one, whom phantasy had led 1 34 250 TAMA
Whom daily they are wont to see 1 35 262 TAMA
Familiarly — whom Fortune’s sun 1 35 263 TAMA
She might recall in him, whom Fame 1 35 271 TAMA
Whom she had deem’d in his own fire 1 35 275 TAMA
Whom th’ astonish’d earth hath seen, 1 37 334 TAMA
Of one, in whom they did rejoice — 1 37 343 TAMA
But one whom Phantasy had thrown 1 44 250 TAMB
Whom the astonish’d people saw 1 44 334 TAMB
From one in whom they did rejoice — 1 45 343 TAMB
Whom the astonished people saw 1 59 174 TAMH
Of one whom I had earlier known — 1 60 218 TAMH
In youth have I known one with whom the Earth 1 77 1 STAN
Tho’ the beings whom thy Nesace, 1 103 102 ALAAR
Whom my spirit had not seen 1 130 10 SHOULD
Whom thou hast cherished to sting thee to the soul! 1 262 58 POLI
DUKE. Him! — whom? 1 265 15 POLI
Of the Earl — whom all the world allows to be 1 265 22 POLI
Be not too positive. Whom have we here? 1 266 43 POLI
Is even that Alessandra of whom he spoke 1 270 67 POLI
whom/ she encounters La Turning round) 1 278 31/32d POLI
With whom affairs of a most private nature 1 280 42 POLI
Even unto death. Before those whom thou lovest — 1 282 89 POLI
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 365 11 RAVEN
whom the angels named Lenore — 1 365 11QU RAVEN
whom unmerciful Disaster 1 367 63 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore — 1 368 94 RAVEN
whom the angels name Lenore.” 1 368 95 RAVEN
Of all to whom thine absence is the night — 1 400 2 MLS
Of all to whom thy absence is the night — 1 400 2A MLS
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 477 3 LEEA
That a maiden there lived whom you may know 1 478 3 LEEE
WHO’S ( 1 1)
I’ll turn about and let him have it — who’s this 1 278 81 POLI
WHOSE ( 51 44)
To him, whose loving spirit will dwell 1 36 311 TAMA
Whose failing sight will grow dim 1 36 316 TAMA
Of the pale cloud therein, whose hue 1 37 320 TAMA
To those whose spirits hark’n) as one 1 38 373 TAMA
Whose lineaments upon my mind 1 48 106 TAMF
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 52 204 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 53 231 TAMF
Whose lineaments, upon my mind, 1 56 79 TAMH
To those whose spirits harken) as one 1 60 198 TAMH
Whose waning is the dreariest one — 1 60 208 TAMH
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
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
Whose fervid, flick’ring torch of life was lit 1 77 4 STAN
Tho’ not with Faith — with godliness — whose throne 1 78 30 STAN
To him whose eyes are cast 1 79 6 ADRE
Whose wild’ring thought could even make 1 85 21 LAKEA
Whose solitary soul could make 1 86 22 LAKEF
Vulture, whose wings are dull realities? 1 91 4 SCI
Fair flowers, and fairy! to whose care is given 1 102 80 ALAAR
But the shadow of whose brow 1 103 100 ALAAR
Whose harshest idea 1 109 102 ALAAR
Whose sleep hath been taken 1 111 150 ALAAR
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 140 3 FAIRY1
Whose forms we can’t discover 1 162 43 FAIRY2
Whose heart-strings are a lute — 1 173 2 ISRA
“Whose heart-strings are a lute;” 1 175 2 ISRG
Against whose sounding door she hath thrown, 1 185 69 IRENE1
Against whose portal she hath thrown, 1 188 55 IRENE2
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
Whose entabll’ures intertwine 1 200 29 CITYA
Whose wreathed friezes intertwine 1 201 22 CITYH
A pleasing moralist whose page refined, 1 221 3 ENIGMA
And him whose song revives departed hours, 1 222 12 ENIGMA
And mountains, around whose towering summits the winds 1 274 71 POLI
A troop of Echoes whose sweet duty 1 316 29 HAUNT
A troop of Echoes whose sole duty 1 316 29B HAUNT
“Yon heir, whose cheeks of pallid hue 1 335 15 LENA
For the heart whose woes are legion 1 345 39 ROUTE
To the fowl whose fiery eyes now 1 367 74 RAVEN
But whose velvet-violet lining 1 368 77 RAVEN
Swung by seraphim whose foot-falls 1 368 80 RAVEN
Swung by angels whose faint foot-falls 1 368 80ABCEFHJLNPOU RAVEN
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 388 1 VALA
For her this rhyme is penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1 VALG
For her these lines are penned, whose luminous eyes, 1 389 1F VALG
Of all who owe thee most — whose gratitude 1 400 13 MLS
Was it not Fate, (whose name is also Sorrow,) 1 445 22 TOHEL
Was it not Fate, (whose earthly name is Sorrow,) 1 445 22A TOHEL


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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)