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• Alone (1830)
•  Al Aaraaf (1829)
• The Angel of the Odd--An Extravaganza (1850)
•&nbspAnnabel Lee (1849)
•&nbspThe Assignation (1834)
•&nbspThe Balloon-Hoax (1850)
•&nbspThe Bells (1849)
•&nbspBerenice (1835)
•&nbspThe Black Cat (1843)
•&nbspBon-Bon (1850)
•&nbspBridal Ballad (1837)
•&nbspThe Business Man (1850)
•&nbspThe Cask of Amontillado (1846)
•&nbspThe City In the Sea (1831)
•&nbspThe Coliseum (1833)
•&nbspThe Colloquy of Monos And Una (1850)
•&nbspThe Conqueror Worm (1843)
•&nbspThe Conversation of Eiros And Charmion (1850)
•&nbspCriticism (1850)
•&nbspA Descent Into the Maelstrom (1841)
•&nbspThe Devil In the Belfry
•&nbspDiddling (1850)
•&nbspThe Domain of Arnheim (1850)
•&nbspA Dream (1827)
•&nbspDreamland (1844)
•&nbspDreams (1827)
•&nbspA Dream Within A Dream (1827)
•&nbspThe Duc De L'Omlette (1850)
•&nbspEldorado (1849)
•&nbspEleonora (1850)
•&nbspElizabeth (1850)
•&nbspAn Enigma (1848)
•&nbspEulalie (1845)
•&nbspEureka--A Prose Poem (1848)
•&nbspEvening Star (1827)
•&nbspThe Facts In the Case of M. Valdemar (1845)
•&nbspFairy-Land (1829)
•&nbspThe Fall of the House of Usher (1839)
•&nbspFor Annie (1849)
•&nbspFour Beasts In One--the Homo-Cameleopard (1850)
•&nbspThe Gold-Bug (1843)
•&nbspHans Phaall (1850)
•&nbsp"The Happiest Day, the Happiest Hour" (1827)
•&nbspThe Haunted Palace (1839)
•&nbspHop-Frog Or the Eight Chained Ourang-Outangs (1850)
•&nbspHow To Write A Blackwood Article (1850)
•&nbspHymn (1835)
•&nbspThe Imp of the Perverse (1850)
•&nbspThe Island of the Fay (1850)
•&nbspIsrafel (1831)
•&nbspKing Pest (1835)
•&nbspThe Lake. To -- (1827)
•&nbspLandor's Cottage (1850)
•&nbspThe Landscape Garden (1850)
•&nbspLenore (1831)
•&nbspLigeia (1838)
Lionizing (1850)
•&nbspLiterary Life of Thingum Bob, Esq. (1850)
•&nbspLoss of Breath (1850)
•&nbspThe Man of the Crowd (1840)
•&nbspThe Man That Was Used Up (1850)
•&nbspManuscript Found In A Bottle (1833)
•&nbspMarginalia (1844-49)
•&nbspThe Masque of the Red Death (1842)
•&nbspMellonta Tauta (1850)
•&nbspMesmeric Revelation (1844)
•&nbspMetzengerstein (1850)
•&nbspMorella (1850)
•&nbspMorning On the Wissahiccon (1850)
•&nbspThe Murders In the Rue Morgue (1841)
•&nbspThe Mystery of Marie Roget (1850)
•&nbspMystification (1850)
•&nbspThe Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (1850)
•&nbspNever Bet the Devil Your Head (1850)
•&nbspThe Oblong Box (1850)
•&nbspThe Oval Portrait (1850)
•&nbspThe Pit And the Pendulum (1842)
•&nbspThe Power of Words (1850)
•&nbspA Predicament (1838)
•&nbspThe Premature Burial (1850)
•&nbspThe Purloined Letter (1845)
•&nbspThe Raven (1845)
•&nbspRomance (1829)
•&nbspScenes From 'Politian' (1835)
•&nbspSerenade (1850)
•&nbspShadow--A Parable (1850)
•&nbspSilence--A Fable (1837)
•&nbspThe Sleeper (1831)
•&nbspSome Words With A Mummy (1850)
•&nbspSong (1827)
•&nbspSonnet Silence (1840)
•&nbspSonnet to Science (1829)
•&nbspSonnet to Zante (1837)
•&nbspThe Spectacles (1850)
•&nbspThe Sphinx (1850)
•&nbspSpirits of the Dead (1827)
•&nbspStanzas (1827)
•&nbspThe System of Dr. Tarr And Prof. Fether (1850)
•&nbspTale of Jerusalem (1850)
•&nbspA Tale of the Ragged Mountains (1850)
•&nbspTamerlane (1827)
•&nbspThe Tell-Tale Heart (1843)
•&nbspThe Thousand-And-Second Tale of Scheherazade (1850)
•&nbspThou Art the Man (1850)
•&nbspThree Sundays In A Week (1850)
•&nbspTo -- (1830)
•&nbspTo ----- (1829)
•&nbspTo F-- (1835)
•&nbspTo F--S S. O--D (1835)
•&nbspTo Helen (1831)
•&nbspTo Helen (1848)
•&nbspTo M-- (1830)
•&nbspTo M.L.S. (1847)
•&nbspTo My Mother (1849)
•&nbspTo One In Paradise (1834)
•&nbspTo the River (1829)
•&nbspUlalame (1847)
•&nbspA Valentine (1846)
•&nbspThe Valley of Unrest (1831)
•&nbspVon Kempelen And His Discovery (1850)
•&nbspWhy the Little Frenchman Wears His Hand In A Sling (1850)
•&nbspWilliam Wilson (1839)
•&nbspX-Ing A Paragrab (1850)
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A dark unfathomed tide
Of interminable pride -
A mystery, and a dream,
Should my early life seem;
I say that dream was fraught
With a wild and waking thought
Of beings that have been,
Which my spirit hath not seen,
Had I let them pass me by,
With a dreaming eye!
Let none of earth inherit
That vision of my spirit;
Those thoughts I would control,
As a spell upon his soul:
For that bright hope at last
And that light time have past,
And my worldly rest hath gone
With a sigh as it passed on:
I care not though it perish
With a thought I then did cherish.



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