Special Sub-Topic: Poe's Last Lines
|"In Truth's day-star"? |
A Dream. "A Dream", "Dreams", and "Dream Within A Dream" were all written in 1827. "Dreamland" was written in 1844.
|"This ghoul-haunted woodland of Weir."|
Ulalume. These poems all have water in them. "Ulalume" - a lake; "For Annie" - a spring; "Annabel Lee" and "The City In The Sea" - the sea.
|"A mystery of mysteries!"|
Spirit Of The Dead. Stars shine in each of these poems.
|"It was the dead who groaned within." |
The Sleeper. Moonlit poems abound in Poe's collection.
|"The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree"? |
Sonnet - To Science. Read these poems and you will fly.
|"His spirit is communing with an angel's."|
To M. L. S.. "Seraphs" or a form of this word can be found in all of these poems.
|"Venuses, unextinguished by the sun!"|
To Helen (1848). "The Sleeper" is set in June. "To Helen (1848)" is set in July. "Ulalume" is set in October. "The Raven" is set in December.
|"Who hear not for the beating of their hearts."|
AL AARAAF. These poems are "pearls" of literature.
|"With sweet hopes of thee and thine!" |
The Hymn. Clouds appear in many of Poe's poems, including these.
|"Perennial tears descend in gems." |
The Valley Of Unrest. Color these violet.
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