Text: Elizabeth Wiley, “Concordance (WOLDS through ZONE),” Concordance of the Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe, (1989), pp. 678-691 (This material is protected by copyright)


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WOLDS ( 2 2)
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
WOMAN ( 2 2)
A purer heart! If ever woman fell 1 254 40 POLI
They are neither man nor woman — 1 437 86 BELLSEG
WOMANLY ( 1 1)
My womanly weakness. Ha! ha! thou art not gone — 1 275 98 POLI
WOMAN’S ( 7 7)
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 29 87 TAMA
I knew not woman’s heart, alas! 1 36 297 TAMA
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 40 87 TAMB
In woman’s weakness had a part. 1 56 74 TAMH
Like woman’s hair ’mid pearls, until, afar, 1 100 33 ALAAR
And woman’s loveliness — and passionate love.” 1 114 230 ALAAR
Never in woman’s breast enthroned sat 1 254 39 POLI
WON ( 6 5)
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 27 32 TAMA
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 46 33 TAMF
Farewell! for I have won the earth. 1 51 192 TAMF
I claim’d and won usurpingly — 1 54 29 TAMH
I claimed and won usurpingly — 1 54 29E TAMH
Farewell! for I have won the Earth. 1 59 186 TAMH
WONDER ( 7 6)
On the stars which your wonder 1 108 74 ALAAR
What wonder? for each star is eye-like there, 1 112 186 ALAAR
“A wonder to our desert trees! 1 184 30 IRENE1
A wonder to these garden trees! 1 187 33 IRENE2
A wonder to our garden trees! 1 187 33E IRENE2
“Not all the wonder that encircles us — 1 229 42 COLIS
Not all the wonder that encircles us 1 287 49 POLI
WONDERFUL ( 1 1)
This wonderful plan, without danger or loss, 1 378 5 WALL
WONDERING ( 2 1)
long I stood there wondering, fearing, 1 365 25 RAVEN
Wondering at the stillness broken 1 367 61AC RAVEN
WONDERS ( 1 1)
The night and the wonders here? 1 162 40 FAIRY2
WOND’ROUS ( 1 1)
Of her wondrous ways, and telling bless 1 36 313 TAMA
WON’T ( 7 5)
Those eyes won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68 TEMP
Those won’t turn on anything like men. 1 11 68D TEMP
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
won’t you see? 1 251 98 POLI
I won’t — I’ll take my time. 1 276 14 POLI
In very hot weather won’t — keep, you take me, Sir? 1 285 116 POLI
WONT ( 3 3)
Whom daily they are wont to see 1 35 262 TAMA
On desperate seas long wont to roam, 1 166 6 HELF
Is balmier now than it was wont to be — 1 269 46 POLI
WOOD ( 5 3)
And driven the Hamadryad from the wood 1 9t 10 SCI
And driv’n the Hamadryad from the wood 1 91 IOADE SCI
While in the wild wood I did lie, 1 128 9 ROMG
While in the wild-wood I did lie, 1 128 9C ROMG
While in the wild-wood I did lie 1 156 9 INTRO
WOODLAND ( 5 4)
Of melody in woodland rill — 1 100 6 ALAAR
In the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir. 1 416 9 ULA
Nor the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir. 1 416 29 ULA
This ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir.” 1 418 94 ULA
In the ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir.” 1 418 94ABDF ULA
WOODLANDISH ( 1 1)
Have been that the woodiandish ghouls — 1 418 96 ULA
WOODS ( 6 6)
And cloudy-looking woods, 1 140 2 FAIRY1
O’er the strange woods — o’er the sea — 1 140 22 FAIRY1
And cloudy-looking woods 1 162 42 FAIRY2
O’er the strange woods — o’er the sea — 1 163 63 FAIRY2
And chasms, and caves, and Titan woods, 1 344 10 ROUTE
By the grey woods, — by the swamp 1 344 27 ROUTE
WORD ( 24 22)
The magic of that meaning word, 1 33 196 TAMA
At one upbraiding word or token 1 33 201 TAMA
The magic of that meaning word 1 42 196 TAMB
At one upbraiding word or token 1 42 201 TAMB
“Silence” — which is the merest word of all. 1 104 127 ALAAR
“Silence” — which is the veriest word of all. 1 104 127F ALAAR
To lisp my very earliest word 1 128 8 ROMG
To lisp my very earliest word 1 156 8 INTRO
The wine or the ashes! Ugo, send word to the Count 1 257 114 POLI
Ha! ha! ha! ha! — Ugo send word to the Count 1 257 115 POLI
And let me hear thy voice — one word — one word, 1 275 95 POLI
To take thee at thy word? But mark me, sir! 1 282 84 POLI
In the first place, Sir, I did not hear a word 1 283 56 POLI
Deceased is not the word. What say you, Ugo? 1 284 79 POLI
Deceased is not the proper word to express 1 284 80 POLI
And the only word there spoken 1 365 28 RAVEN
was the whispered word, “Lenore?” 1 365 28 RAVEN
was the whispered word, “Lenore!” 1 365 28ABCEFHJLNPU RAVEN
murmured back the word, “Lenore!” 1 366 29 RAVEN
That one word, as if his soul 1 367 56 RAVEN
in that one word he did outpour. 1 367 56 RAVEN
“Be that word our sign of parting, 1 369 97 RAVEN
CVII. Line illustrating (in the last word) a foot 1 393 20 MODC
WORDS ( 38 34)
— I like your Yankee words and Yankee ways — 1 9 10 TEMP
I have no words, alas! to tell 1 29 88 TAMA
The idle words, which, as a dream 1 34 239 TAMA
There are no words — unless of Heav’n. 1 37 326 TAMA
I have no words, alas! to tell 1 40 88 TAMB
The idle words which, as a dream, 1 43 239 TAMB
And 0! I have no words to tell 1 48 102 TAMF
As if my words were the Simoom! 1 51 180 TAMF
I have no words — alas! — to tell 1 56 75 TAMH
Ours is a world of words: Quiet we call 1 104 126 ALAAR
Of lip-begotten words — 1 132 4 BOWERS
In vain those words from thee or L. E. L. 1 149 3 ACROS
My words the music of a dream. 1 223 21 SERE
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand in the words of the play — 1 261 16 POLI
Thus speaketh one in the words of the play — 1 261 16Av POLI
Thus speaketh one Ferdinand i’ the words of the play — 1 261 16C POLI
MONK. Thy words are madness, daughter, 1 264 107 POLI
The words you used were that the Earl you knew 1 265 18 POLI
Castiglione die? Who spoke the words? 1 275 89 POLI
With those words upon thy lips — O, speak to me! 1 275 94 POLI
Some words most unaccountable, in writing 1 280 51 POLI
For — the words were his who fell 1 307 10 BRIDA
For the words rang as a knell, 1 309 9 BRIDF
For the words rang like a knell, 1 309 9BCD BRIDF
And thus the words were spoken; 1 309 20 BRIDF
Search narrowly these words, which hold a treasure 1 389 5 VALA
The words — the letters themselves. Do not forget 1 389 8 VALA
The words — the syllables! Do not forget 1 389 8 VALG
The words — the letters themselves! Do not forget 1 389 8F VALG
Three eloquent words oft uttered in the hearing 1 390 15 VALG
that is, feet/ made up of undivided words] 1 393 8/ 9 MODC
At thy soft-murmured words, “Let there be light!” 1 400 10 MLS
At the soft-murmured words that were fulfilled 1 400 11 MLS
Maintained the “Power of Words” — denied that ever 1 406 3 MARA
Two words — two foreign, soft dissyllables — 1 406 7 MARA
Maintained the “power of words” — denied that ever 1 407 3 MARB
Two words — two foreign soft dissyllables — 1 407 7 MARB
How my heart beats in coupling those two words!) 1 445 27 TOHEL
WORE ( 2 2)
of the countenance it wore, 1 366 44 RAVEN
But hug the glorious chains I wore. 1 384 4 KING
WORK ( 1 1)
I saw her yester eve thro’ the lattice-work 1 250 50 POLI
WORLD ( 47 43)
The world with all its train of bright 1 31 160 TAMA
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 32 163 TAMA
Of half the world, as all my own, 1 33 206 TAMA
Of glory, which the world hath known? 1 37 331 TAMA
A tale the world but knows too well, 1 38 350 TAMA
The world, with all its train of bright 1 41 160 TAMB
The world — its joy — its share of pain 1 41 163 TAMB
Of half the world as all my own 1 42 206 TAMB
Of glory which the world hath known 1 44 331 TAMB
To haunt of the wide world a spot 1 47 80 TAMF
The world and all it did contain, 1 49 140 TAMF
The world, and all it did contain 1 57 117 TAMH
Of half the world as all my own, 1 57 131 TAMH
Of glory which the world hath known 1 59 169 TAMH
The world all love before thee: 1 66 4 SONG
The world all love before thee. 1 66 16 SONG
While all the world were chiding, 1 79 10 ADRE
To haunt of the wide world a spot 1 85 2 LAKEF
Adorn yon world afar, afar — 1 100 14 ALAAR
Her world lay lolling on the golden air, 1 100 17 ALAAR
Fit emblems of the model of her world — 1 100 37 ALAAR
Ours is a world of words: Quiet we call 1 104 126 ALAAR
The dimness of this world: that greyish green 1 106 29 ALAAR
Achaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35 ALAAR
Archaian statues in a world so rich? 1 106 35BC ALAAR
And greener fields than in yon world above, 1 114 229 ALAAR
Perhaps my brain grew dizzy — but the world 1 114 233 ALAAR
Never his fairy wing o’er fairier world! 1 114 252 ALAAR
Thy world has not the dross of ours, 1 160 9 MYST
Is a world of sweets and sours: 1 174 35 ISRA
Is a world of sweets and sours; 1 176 41 ISRG
And would not for the world awake: 1 183 15 IRENE1
And would not, for the world, awake. 1 187 15 IRENE2
That slumber o’er that valley-world. 1 193 32 NISB
So with the world thy gentle ways, 1 235 5 THOUA
So with the world thy gentle ways, 1 235 5 THOUF
So, with the world, thy winning ways, 1 235 5 THOUJ
Of the Earl — whom all the world allows to be 1 265 22 POLI
In a world of moan, 1 349 2 EULA
What a world of merriment their melody foretells! 1 435 3 BELLSEG
What a world of merriment their melody foretells! 1 435 3A-HJ BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17 BELLSEG
What a world of happiness their harmony foretells! 1 435 17A-HJ BELLSEG
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72 BELLSEG
What a world of solemn thought their monody compels! 1 437 72A-HJ BELLSEG
No footstep stirred: the hated world all slept, 1 445 25 TOHEL
I saw but them — they were the world to me. 1 446 39 TOHEL
WORLDLY ( 3 3)
The worldly glory, which has shown 1 27 26 TAMA
And my worldly rest hath gone 1 75 17 IMIT
And with my worldly goods and wit 1 147 3 LEA
WORLDS ( 5 5)
Of what in other worlds shall be — and giv’n 1 78 25 STAN
“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
And wing to other worlds another light! 1 105 146 ALAAR
And scowls on starry worlds that down beneath it lie. 1 112 193 ALAAR
WORM ( 3 2)
And its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40 WORM
Its hero the Conqueror Worm. 1 326 40ABDH WORM
These cheeks where the worm never dies, 1 417 43 ULA
WORMS ( 4 2)
No icy worms about her creep: 1 185 62 IRENE1
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 39E IRENE2
Soft may the worms about her creep! 1 188 47 IRENE2
In agony, to the worms — and Heaven. 1 344 38AB ROUTE
WORN ( 4 3)
The weary, way-worn wanderer bore 1 166 4 HELF
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
WORRY ( 2 2)
CASTIGLIONE. Why then do you worry me 1 253 20 POLI
The sweet airs from the garden worry me! 1 263 79 POLI
WORSE ( 3 3)
Yet still I think these worse than them a little. 1 9 8 TEMP
To adopt the cause for better or worse 1 147 2 LEA
Or worse — upon her brow to dance 1 183 5 IRENE1
WORSHIP ( 9 6)
And soul and body worship it. 1 147 4 LEA
Which we worship in yon star. 1 174 23 ISRA
Which we worship in a star. 1 174 23B ISRA
Which we worship in a star. 1 176 28 ISRG
Which we worship in the star 1 176 28C ISRG
And worship thee, and call thee my beloved, 1 274 83 POLI
I’d worship Kings and kingly state, 1 384 10 KING
Nearest resembles worship — oh, remember 1 400 14 MLS
Nearest approaches worship — oh, remember 1 400 14A MLS
WORSHIPPER ( 1 1)
Her worshipper resembles; 1 135 10 TOPO
WORST ( 6 5)
The “good old times” were far the worst of any, 1 9 6 TEMP
The worst ill of mortality, 1 36 305 TAMA
And the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 4 CITYA
Where the good, and the bad, and the worst, and the best, 1 199 48 CITYA
Where the good and the bad and the worst and the best 1 201 4 CITYH
That torture the worst 1 457 32 ANNIE
WORTH ( 1 1)
Worth serving indeed — oh she has airs and graces 1 278 59 POLI
WORTHY ( 9 9)
Yes! she (was] worthy of all love! 1 30 109 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love! 1 31 144 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love — 1 41 144 TAMB
Was she not worthy of all love? 1 48 113 TAMF
O, she was worthy of all love! 1 56 86 TAMH
Yet more than worthy of the love 1 57 112 TAMH
Trust-worthy and respectful. 1 261 39 POLI
Or one more worthy Italy, methinks 1 279 17 POLI
In saying “Sir Count, your worthy servant Ugo 1 284 86 POLI
WOT ( 1 1)
Touching those letters, Sir, I wot not of them. 1 267 61 POLI
WOULD’ST ( 2 2)
Thou can’st not — would’st not dare to think 1 30 103 TAMA
Would’st thou be loved? then let thy heart 1 235 1 THOUA
WOULDST ( 7 7)
Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering 1 91 6 SCI
Thou wouldst be loved? — then let thy heart 1 235 1 THOUF
Thou wouldst be loved? — then let thy heart 1 235 1 THOUJ
Command me, sir! what wouldst thou have me do? 1 268 9 POLI
O speak to me! I knew thou wouldst not go! 1 275 99 POLI
I knew thou wouldst not, couldst not, durst not go. 1 275 100 POLI
I know what thou wouldst say — send not the message — 1 280 39 POLI
WOUNDED ( 1 1)
For the wounded spirit in Gilead it is there! 1 261 31 POLI
WOVEN ( 1 1)
Perchance is woven in thy sleep — 1 224 18 SLEEP
WRANGLING ( 1 1)
And the wrangling, 1 437 63 BELLSEG
WRAPP’D ( 2 2)
I wrapp’d myself in grandeur then 1 50 167 TAMF
I wrapp’d myself in grandeur then 1 58 155 TAMH
WRAPPING ( 4 2)
Wrapping the fog around their breast: 1 183 12 IRENE1
Wrapping the fog about its breast, 1 187 11 IRENE2
Wrapping the mist about their breast, 1 187 11D IRENE2
Wrapping the mist about its breast, 1 187 11E IRENE2
WRAPT ( 1 1)
Of archangels, in happiness wrapt. 1 304 3 HARK
WRATH ( 2 2)
The storm, the earthquake, and the ocean-wrath — 1 105 137 ALAAR
Thine eyes are wild — tempt not the wrath divine! 1 264 109 POLI
WREATH ( 4 4)
A wreath that twined each starry form around, 1 101 40 ALAAR
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 307 2 BRIDA
And the wreath is on my brow; 1 308 2 BRIDF
And the wreath is on my brow — 1 308 26 BRIDA
WREATH’D ( 2 0)
All wreath’d around about with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 5AC-G PARA
All wreath’d with fairy fruits and flowers, 1 214 5P PARA
WREATHED ( 3 2)
Whose wreathed friezes intertwine 1 201 22 CITYH
All wreathed with fairy fruits and flowers, 1 214 s PARA
All wreathed round with wild fruits and flowers, 1 214 5B PARA
WREATHING ( 1 1)
Wreathing for its transparent brow 1 184 52 IRENE1
WREATHS ( 1 1)
(Falling in wreaths thro’ many a startled star, 1 100 32 ALAAR
WRECK ( 3 2)
These shattered cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29 COLIS
These shatter’d cornices — this wreck — this ruin — 1 229 29FGHK COLIS
These shattered cornices, this wreck, this ruin, 1 287 36 POLI
WRETCH ( 4 4)
O you vile wretch! I’ll (hiccup!) not have you Jacinta! 1 251 90 POLI
The wretch not even to deign to condescend 1 276 17 POLI
You wretch! what are you doing with your foot 1 279 86 POLI
“Wretch,” I cried, “thy God hath lent thee — 1 368 81 RAVEN
WRETCHES ( 1 1)
“Wretches! ye loved her for her wealth 1 336 8 LENK
WRIT ( 2 2)
In thy own book that first thy name be writ, 1 148 3 ELIZA
Of thy firm TRUTH may say — “Lo! this is writ 1 328 2 STYL
WRITE ( 4 4)
“Always write first things uppermost in the heart.” 1 148 16 ELIZA
Of thee will I write; 1 159 6 MYST
With that dear name as text I cannot write — 1 407 23 MARA
I cannot write — I cannot speak or think, 1 408 19 MARB
WRITER ( 2 2)
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 406 1 MARA
Not long ago, the writer of these lines, 1 407 1 MARB
WRITHES ( 3 3)
A blood-red thing that writhes from out 1 326 27 WORM
It writhes! — it writhes! — with mortal pangs 1 326 29 WORM
WRITING ( 1 1)
Some words most unaccountable, in writing 1 280 51 POLI
WRITTEN ( 4 4)
Read nothing, written less — in short’s a fool 1 148 10 ELIZA
Is written in Heaven! 1 264 107 POLI
And think that these weak lines are written by him — 1 400 16 MLS
And I said — “What is written, sweet sister, 1 418 78 ULA
WRONG ( 13 11)
Thou art not, therefore, wrong 1 174 24 ISRA
Therefore, thou art not wrong, 1 176 29 ISRG
Thou art not, therefore, wrong, 1 176 29CDE ISRG
That the dead may feel no wrong. 1 206 20 PAEAN
CASTIGLIONE. San Ozzo! you do her wrong — unmanly wrong 1 254 38 POLI
You were wrong — it being not the character 1 265 21 POLI
I’m wrong — I must not do it — it were against 1 284 94 POLI
Go up to God so mournfully that she may feel no wrong! 1 335 31 LENA
Go up to God so solemnly the dead may feel no wrong! 1 337 14 LENK
The King — my King — can do no wrong. 1 384 12 KING
You are not wrong, who deem 1 451 4 TAKE
You are not wrong, to deem 1 451 4C TAKE
WRONG’D ( 1 1)
For her most wrong’d of all the dead 1 335 26 LENA
WROTH ( 1 1)
Pardons his son, but is most wroth with her 1 249 45 POLI
WROUGHT ( 2 2)
Perhaps it may be that my mind is wrought 1 77 9 STAN
wrought its ghost upon the floor. 1 365 8 RAVEN
YAANEK ( 2 2)
Their sulphurous currents down Yaanek, 1 416 16 ULA
That groan as they roll down Mount Yaanek, 1 416 18 ULA
YANKEE ( 2 2)
— I like your Yankee words and Yankee ways — 1 9 10 TEMP
YARD ( 2 2)
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 307 16 BRIDA
And to the church-yard bore me, 1 309 16 BRIDF
YARDS ( 6 4)
With the list of articles she wants — ten yards 1 277 50 POLI
Ten yards — I can’t forget it now — ten yards — 1 277 54 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
YAWN ( 1 1)
Yawn level with the luminous waves; 1 202 31 CITYH
YAWNING ( 1 1)
Whispers of early grave untimely yawning 1 263 69 POLI
YE ( 28 23)
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 29 94 TAMA
With steadfast eye, till ye have felt 1 29 96 TAMA
Yes! I was proud — and ye who know 1 33 195 TAMA
Your scorn, perhaps, when ye have heard 1 33 198 TAMA
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 33 203 TAMA
Its fiery passion? — ye have not — 1 33 204 TAMA
In spring of life have ye ne’er dwelt 1 41 94 TAMB
With steadfast eye, till ye had felt 1 41 96 TAMB
Yes! I was proud & ye who know 1 42 195 TAMB
Your scorn perhaps when ye have heard 1 42 198 TAMB
I was ambitious — have ye known 1 42 203 TAMB
The fiery passion? ye have not — 1 42 204 TAMB
That lull’d ye to rest! 1 109 91 ALAAR
O! where (and ye may seek the wide skies over) 1 112 179 ALAAR
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength — 1 228 12 COLIS
Oppresses me! with awe. Ye Memories! 1 286 12Ax POLI
I feel ye now — I feel ye in your strength! 1 286 16 POLI
False friends! ye loved her for her wealth 1 335 20 LENA
False friends! ye lov’d her for her wealth 1 335 20B LENA
Ye blessed her — that she died. 1 335 23 LENA
Ye bless’d her — that she died. 1 335 23B LENA
“Wretches! ye loved her for her wealth 1 336 8 LENK
and ye hated her for her pride; 1 336 8 LENK
ye blessed her — that she died: — 1 337 9 LENK
ye blessed her — when she died: — 1 337 9Cb LENK
ye bless’d her — that she died: — 1 337 9G LENK
YEAR ( 8 8)
Last year — she gave it to me — d’ye see? 1 252 120 POLI
Of my most immemorial year: 1 416 5 ULA
And we marked not the night of the year — 1 416 24 ULA
(Ah, night of all nights in the year!) 1 416 25 ULA
On this very night of last year, 1 418 86 ULA
On this night, of all nights in the year, 1 418 89 ULA
It was many and many a year ago, 1 477 1 LEEA
It was many and many a year ago, 1 478 1 LEEE
YEARNING ( 2 2)
O yearning heart! (I did inherit 1 45 15 TAMF
O yearning heart! I did inherit 1 54 15 TAMH
YEARS ( 18 15)
The hallow’d mem’ry of those years 1 31 136 TAMA
When, a few fleeting years gone by, 1 35 268 TAMA
And years I left behind me in an hour. 1 113 220 ALAAR
Of late, eternal Condor years 1 128 11 ROMG
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 128 11C ROMG
That years of love have been forgot 1 136 3 TOMB
Hath palsied many years — 1 136 12 TOMB
That years of love have been forgot 1 137 3 TOMD
Succeeding years, too wild for song, 1 156 11 INTRO
O, then the eternal Condor years 1 157 35 INTRO
In years, but grey in fame. I have not seen him, 1 259 47 POLI
In years, but grey in fame.’ I never saw him, 1 259 47A POLI
In years, but grey in reputation. I have not seen him, 1 259 47Ax POLI
“Seemed to have years too many” — Ah luckless lady! 1 261 19 POLI
Within the lonesome latter years! 1 325 2 WORM
I have a little stepson of only three years old. 1 393 19 MODC
I saw thee once — once only — years ago: 1 445 1 TOHEL
They follow me — they lead me through the years. 1 446 55 TOHEL
YELLOW ( 10 8)
Up rose the maiden in the yellow night, 1 105 151 ALAAR
As sprang that yellow star from downy hours 1 105 155 ALAAR
Or a yellow Albatross. 1 141 34 FAIRY1
Are tintless of the yellow leaf — 1 158 62 INTRO
Here, where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 228 20A-D COLIS
Here where the dames of Rome their yellow hair 1 286 25 POLI
Banners yellow, glorious, golden, 1 315 9 HAUNT
The life upon her yellow hair, but not within her eyes — 1 337 18 LENK
The life upon her yellow hair, but not upon her eyes — 1 337 18C LENK
Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie 1 349 5 EULA
YELLOW-HAIRED ( 1 1)
Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie 1 349 5 EULA
YELLS ( 1 1)
And he dances and he yells; 1 438 94 BELLSEG
YES ( 24 24)
Ah yes! his little foot and ancle trim, 1 11 81 TEMP
Yes! she [was] worthy of all love! 1 30 109 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love! 1 31 144 TAMA
Yes! I was proud — and ye who know 1 33 195 TAMA
Yes! she was worthy of all love — 1 41 144 TAMB
Yes! I was proud & ye who know 1 42 195 TAMB
Yes! tho’ that long dream were of hopeless sorrow, 1 68 4 DREA
Of power! said I? Yes! such I ween 1 81 5 HAPP
Yes, Heaven is thine: but this 1 174 34 ISRA
Yes, Heaven is thine; but this 1 176 40 ISRG
I shall die of laughing — yes! I’m done for — 1 253 18 POLI
JACINTA Yes, Ma’am, I’m here. 1 260 1 POLI
Of the Earl Politian? Yes it was yesterday. 1 264 4 POLI
DUKE. The Earl of Leicester! — yes! — 1 265 16 POLI
And dignity — yes! she has dignity. 1 278 60 POLI
Then “yes ma’am” I reply, and curtsey thus 1 278 65 POLI
why — yes, that’s flat. 1 282 48 POLI
UGO. Why yes, it is. 1 284 104 POLI
SAN OZZO. Well, yes, I do. 1 284 108 POLI
You smell, Sir, yes you smell — come now be quick! 1 285 118 POLI
Yes, the ear distinctly tells, 1 437 61 BELLSEG
Yes! — that was the reason (as all men know, 1 478 23 LEEA
Yes! that was the reason (as all men know, 1 479 23 LEEE
JACINTA. Why, yes it is 1 520 74 POLI
YESTER ( 1 1)
I saw her yester eve thro’ the lattice-work 1 250 50 POLI
YESTERDAY ( 3 3)
On yesterday we were speaking of the Earl? 1 264 3 POLI
Of the Earl Politian? Yes it was yesterday. 1 264 4 POLI
Called him a coward on yesterday forenoon, 1 283 67 POLI
YESTEREVE’S ( 1 1)
The consequence of yestereve’s debauch — 1 255 81 POLI
YESTERNIGHT ( 1 1)
I was Jacinta yesternight, but now 1 250 76 POLI
YET ( 71 66)
Yet still I think these worse than them a little. 1 9 8 TEMP
But pray be patient: yet a little while 1 10 38 TEMP
Peacefully happy — yet alone — 1 33 223 TAMA
Of long delight, nor yet had deem’d 1 36 294 TAMA
The Zinghis’ yet re-echoing fame 1 37 337 TAMA
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 48 91 TAMF
Two separate yet most intimate things. 1 50 150 TAMF
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 50 169 TAMF
Say, holy father, breathes there yet 1 51 177 TAMF
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 53 231 TAMF
How bright! and yet to creep 1 53 247 TAMF
Yet more than worthy of the love 1 57 112 TAMH
Two separate — yet most intimate things. 1 57 127 TAMH
Yet it was not that Fantasy 1 58 157 TAMH
Whose pleasant bowers are yet so riven 1 61 236 TAMH
Shadowy — shadowy — yet unbroken, 1 73 25 SPIRD
And yet that spirit knew not — in the hour 1 77 7 STAN
And yet it need not be — (that object) hid 1 78 20 STAN
Yet that terror was not fright — 1 85 13 LAKEA
Yet that terror was not fright, 1 86 13 LAKEF
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 100 12 ALAAR
Yet thine is my resplendency, so given 1 105 141 ALAAR
Her way — but left not yet her Therasaean reign. 1 105 158 ALAAR
And long’d to rest, yet could but sparkle there! 1 108 59 ALAAR
Yet silence came upon material things — 1 108 64 ALAAR
and yet how far from Hell! 1 111 173 ALAAR
Yet I build no faith upon 1 130 3 SHOULD
How bright! and yet to creep 1 131 21D SHOULD
But that, while I am dead yet alive 1 137 19 TOMB
That very blackness yet doth fling 1 157 17 INTRO
Yet should I swear I mean alone, 1 158 58 INTRO
While yet my vapid joy and grief 1 158 61 INTRO
Yet all the beauty — all the flowers 1 160 10 MYST
And hark! the sounds so low yet clear, 1 185 25.1BC IRENE1
Yet tho’ no holy rays come down 1 199 20 CITYA
And yet it isn’t, Ugo, there’s a riddle! 1 250 75 POLI
Yet stay! yet stay! — what was it thou saidst of prayer 1 263 90 POLI
CASTIGLIONE. You did — and yet ’tis strange! 1 266 40 POLI
’Tis not the Earl — but yet it is — and leaning 1 266 45 POLI
Of the populous Earth! Bear with me yet awhile! 1 268 31 POLI
And now are friends — yet shall not be so long — 1 268 33 POLI
POLITIAN. Yet now as Fate 1 269 39 POLI
And yet the sweetest that ear ever heard! 1 269 53 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
I feel thou art not gone — yet dare not look, 1 275 92 POLI
O Azrael, yet awhile! — Prince of the Powers 1 279 4 POLI
Give me to live yet — yet a little while: 1 279 8 POLI
Not being dead, nor yet to say deceased, 1 284 87 POLI
Nor yet defunct, but having unluckily 1 284 88 POLI
Peccavimus: — yet rave not thus! 1 337 13 LENK
yet is he 1 God-born. 1 339 1 HEX
Ever yet was blessed with seeing 1 367 52 RAVEN
Desolate yet all undaunted, 1 368 87 RAVEN
Yet may we not, my gentle friend 1 382 7 VANE
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 389 10 VALA
And yet there is in this no Gordian knot 1 390 10 VALG
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
Yet heavier far than your Petrarchan stuff — 1 425 6 DUNCE
Yet the ear, it fully knows, 1 437 57 BELLSEG
Yet, the ear distinctly tells, 1 437 61GHJ BELLSEG
How dark a wo! yet how sublime a hope! 1 446 44 TOHEL
How daring an ambition! yet how deep — 1 446 46 TOHEL
They would not go — they never yet have gone. 1 446 52 TOHEL
They are my ministers — yet I their slave. 1 446 56 TOHEL
Yet if hope has flown away 1 451 6 TAKE
How few! yet how they creep 1 452 16 TAKE
YIELD ( 2 2)
(You see I yield unto your better judgment) 1 284 98 POLI
Blest with all bliss that earth can yield, 1 386 27 FSO
YIELDS ( 1 1)
The faithful heart yields to repose. 1 404 11 PHYS
YON ( 12 10)
Adorn yon world afar, afar — 1 100 14 ALAAR
Now happiest, loveliest in yon lovely Earth, 1 100 30 ALAAR
And greener fields than in yon world above, 1 114 229 ALAAR
As she threw off her cloak, yon moon 1 161 22 FAIRY2
Lo! in yon brilliant window-niche 1 166 11 HELF
Which we worship in yon star. 1 174 23 ISRA
Is dripping from yon golden rim; 1 183 10B IRENE1
Above yon cataract of Serangs. 1 183 218C IRENE1
To look upon the face hidden by yon lattice — 1 271 102 POLI
See, on yon drear 1 335 12 LENA
“Yon heir, whose cheeks of pallid hue 1 335 15 LENA
See! on yon drear and rigid bier 1 336 4 LENK
YONDER ( 5 3)
Proceeds from yonder lattice — which you may see 1 269 62 POLI
Proceeds from yonder lattice — this way you can see it 1 269 62Ax POLI
Of yonder trees methought a figure past — 1 273 54 POLI
Of yonder trees methought a spectre past — 1 273 54Ax POLI
Laden from yonder bowers! — a fairer day, 1 279 16 POLI
YORE ( 7 5)
Whether with grim Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13 TEMP
Whether with Heraclitus of yore 1 9 13D TEMP
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 2 HELF
Like those Nicean barks of yore, 1 165 2ABJ HELF
of the saintly days of yore; 1 366 38 RAVEN
what this ominous bird of yore — 1 367 70 RAVEN
gaunt, and ominous bird of yore 1 367 71 RAVEN
YOUNG ( 51 43)
Nightly their dews on my young head; 1 28 40 TAMA
Mighty envy — her young heart the shrine 1 30 113 TAMA
Pure as her young examples taught; 1 30 117 TAMA
We still were young: no purer thought 1 31 151 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young, — 1 34 236 TAMA
Of a young peasant’s bosom then, 1 34 248 TAMA
I still was young; and well I ween 1 38 353 TAMA
Of young life, and the fire o’ the eye 1 39 382 TAMA
To leave her while we both were young: 1 43 236 TAMB
Of a young peasant’s bosom then 1 44 248 TAMB
Might envy — her young heart the shrine 1 49 116 TAMF
Pure — as her young example taught: 1 49 120 TAMF
Young Love’s first lesson is — the heart: 1 49 129 TAMF
To the young Tamerlane — to me! 1 51 182 TAMF
Might envy; her young heart the shrine 1 56 89 TAMH
Pure —— as her young example taught: 1 56 93 TAMH
Young Love’s first lesson is —— the heart. 1 57 102 TAMH
Of young passion free 1 66 6A SONG
Oh! that my young life were a lasting dream! 1 68 1 DREA
In my young boyhood — should it thus be given, 1 68 11 DREA
Than young Hope in his sunniest hour hath known. 1 69 34 DREA
The Sephalica, budding with young bees, 1 101 48 ALAAR
The birth-place of young Beauty had no more. 1 105 154 ALAAR
And nursled the young mountain in its lair. 1 106 15 ALAAR
Young flowers were whispering in melody 1 108 60 ALAAR
Young dreams still hovering on their drowsy flight — 1 111 158 ALAAR
Upon a mountain crag, young Angelo — 1 112 191 ALAAR
So young? ah! no — not now — 1 131 27 SHOULD
And so, being young and dipt in folly 1 157 27 INTRO
That ever died so young? 1 205 4 PAEAN
With young Hope at her side, 1 206 22 PAEAN
Young Hope! thou did’st arise 1 214 88 PARA
Is’t not a pity in so young a man 1 249 24 POLI
On the despair of the young lady Lalage. 1 250 61 POLI
Young, ardent, beautiful, and loving well 1 254 45 POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. A man quite young 1 259 46 POLI
We’ll have him at the wedding. Politian’s young 1 259 46Ax POLI
“She died full young” — one Bossola answers him — 1 261 17 POLI
That ever died so young! 1 335 8 LENA
That ever died so young?” 1 335 27 LENA
With young hope at her side, 1 335 34 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 died and died so young?” 1 337 12 LENK
that perished so young?” 1 337 12C LENK
Till the yellow-haired young Eulalie 1 349 5 EULA
Can vie with the sweet young Eulalie’s 1 349 12AYZ 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
YOUTH ( 11 11)
The youth who cut the ribbon for her shoes! 1 11 58 TEMP
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 29 85 TAMA
So plighted in his early youth,) 1 35 278 TAMA
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 40 85 TAMB
(For passion must with youth expire) 1 47 76 TAMF
(For passion must, with youth, expire) 1 56 72 TAMH
In youth have I known one with whom the Earth 1 77 1 STAN
The visions of my youth have been — 1 81 7 HAPP
In spring of youth it was my lot 1 85 1 LAKEF
Thy truth, thy youth, thy beauty, 1 235 6 THOUJ
Lustrous in youth, undimmed in age; 1 386 20 FSO
YOUTH’S ( 2 1)
In youth’s spring, it was my lot 1 84 1 LAKEA
In youth’s spring it was my lot 1 85 1BCE LAKEF
ZANTE ( 2 2)
And thy most lovely purple perfume, Zante! 1 102 76 ALAAR
O hyacinthine isle! O purple Zante! 1 311 13 ZANTE
ZANTHE ( 1 1)
She paus’d and panted, Zanthe! all beneath, 1 108 57 ALAAR
ZANTIPPE’S ( 1 1)
Zantippe’s talents had enforced so well: 1 149 4 ACROS
ZEAL ( 2 2)
MONK. Daughter, this zeal is well! 1 264 95 POLI
LALAGE. Father, this zeal is anything but well! 1 264 96 POLI
ZECCHIN ( 1 1)
D’ye hear — a cross which never cost a zecchin 1 252 105 POLI
ZENO ( 2 2)
What! shade of Zeno! — I! 1 131 39 SHOULD
Zeno and other sages notwithstanding; 1 148 4 ELIZA
ZEPHYR ( 1 1)
With what excessive fragrance the zephyr comes 1 279 15 POLI
ZINGHIS ( 1 1)
More than the Zinghis in his fame — 1 44 337 TAMB
ZINGHIS’ ( 1 1)
The Zinghis’ yet re-echoing fame 1 37 337 TAMA
ZONE ( 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


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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)