Crossword clues for poe
- "Hop-Frog" writer
- Who wrote "It was many and many a year ago, / In a kingdom by the sea ..."
- "The Raven" writer
- "Annabel Lee" poet
- ___ House and Museum (Baltimore attraction)
- For whom the Edgar awards are named
- Literary figure whose name is a letter short of something he wrote
- Author who wrote "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity"
- Who wrote of "sorrow for the lost Lenore"
- Noted writer who married his first cousin when she was 13
- Writer of the line "Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December"
- "The Tell-Tale Heart" author
- "Israfel" author
- Writer, partly poetic
- Early whodunit writer
- "Lenore" poet
- He wrote "The Raven"
- Poet expelled from West Point
- "Israfel" poet
- He wrote of "a midnight dreary"
- "The Tell-Tale Heart" teller
- He wrote "Ulalume"
- "The Raven" author
- He influenced Baudelaire
- "The Raven" poet
- "Israfel" writer
- Author of "Ulalume"
- Famous West Point dropout
- Raven-ous poet?
- "Ulalume" author
- He wrote "The Bells"
- Edgar Allan ___
- "The Purloined Letter" author
- "Ulalume" writer
- Creator of 17, 28, 48 and 64 Across
- "The Gold Bug" creator
- Writer whose work describes him to a T
- Detective-story creator
- "Tamerlane" poet
- "Balloon Hoax" author
- C. Auguste Dupin's creator
- Mystery-story pioneer
- "Gold Bug" author
- Author of "The Purloined Letter"
- Virginia Clemm's bridegroom
- Creator of Arthur Gordon Pym
- Author of "Hop-Frog"
- "The Purloined Letter"
- U.S. author
- Allans' adopted son
- Last name
- Miss Lee's creator
- He felled an Usher
- "The Happiest Day . . . " poet
- Chilling storyteller
- He wrote "The Assignation"
- Author of "The Tell-Tale Heart"
- Teller of tales
- "The Conqueror Worm" writer
- Dupin creator
- "The Gold Bug" author
- Detective story pioneer
- "The Purloined Letter" writer
- "Ulalume" penner
- "Rue Morgue" writer
- Last name in horror
- Raven maniac?
- Master of the macabre
- "The Conqueror Worm" poet
- "The Black Cat" writer
- "The Gold Bug" writer
- "The Tell-Tale Heart" writer
- "The Haunted Palace" poet
- "Usher" man
- "The Bells" writer
- "Ulalume" poet
- "Dream-Land" poet
- "Eldorado" poet
- His name is a letter short of his description
- Tale teller
- Brooding author
- "The Bells" poet
- "MS. Found in a Bottle" writer
- "The Oblong Box" writer
- "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" writer
- Lenore's creator
- "Al Aaraaf" writer
- He wrote "To Helen" and "For Annie"
- "The Oblong Box" author
- Rue Morgue's creator
- вЂњThe Mystery of Marie RogetвЂќ author
- Creator of the Ushers
- Author who inspired a Baltimore team's nickname
- "A Dream Within a Dream" writer
- Dupin's creator
- "The Premature Burial" author
- "All that we see or seem / Is but a dream within a dream" writer
- вЂњSome Words With a MummyвЂќ writer
- 18-Down writer
- "If I could dwell / Where Israfel / Hath dwelt ..." writer
- "Once upon a midnight dreary" writer
- Author mentioned in the Beatles' "I Am the Walrus"
- Writer who wrote "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity"
- One of the Baltimore Ravens' mascots
- Who wrote "I dwelt alone / In a world of moan, / And my soul was a stagnant tide"
- "The Fall of the House of Usher" writer
- Who wrote "All that we see or seem / Is but a dream within a dream"
- "Some Words With a Mummy" penner
- A dreary poet upon midnight, once
- Who wrote "I was never kinder to the old man than during the whole week before I killed him"
- Poet who created the Ushers
- Creator of Roderick Usher
- Creator of the detective C. Auguste Dupin
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Poe \Po"e\, n. Same as Poi.
Poe (born Anne Decatur Danielewski) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. Poe's musical style is a blend of rock, jazz, electronica, folk, and hip hop elements combined with intimate lyrical compositions. Many of Poe's songs have been featured in films and on television. Poe first hit the modern rock charts in 1995.
Some of her early charting singles included " Angry Johnny", " Trigger Happy Jack", " Hello", and " Hey Pretty." Videos for these singles had heavy rotation on MTV. Poe spent six years with Atlantic Records and is currently on her own label, ''Repoezessed Music Records."
Noteworthy was Poe's early involvement with her online community of fans. Her web site, and the fan sites that supported her early in her career, predated modern social networking platforms and were among the first of their kind. Atlantic Records' Senior Vice President of New Media, Nikki Sleight, referred to Poe's online power and one-on-one communication with thousands attending her concerts as "unheard of and pretty phenomenal" in Sleight's 1997 interview with Web Magazine.
In 2004, she co-founded the digital innovations agency Signature Creative with John Gheur.
Poe is the mascot of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League He is named after the famous writer and Baltimore, Maryland resident, Edgar Allan Poe.
Poe is the surname of:
- Amos Poe, American filmmaker
- Andrew Poe, Computer Science Professor of Northern Michigan University
- Art Poe (1879–1951), American football player
- Aurélien Lugné-Poe (1869–1940), French actor and theater director
- Bobby Poe, (born 1933), early rock and roll artist
- Brian Poe (born 1969), American businessman
- Bryce Poe II (1924–2000), United States Air Force four-star general
- David Poe, American musician
- Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849), American writer
- Edgar Allan Poe (Maryland attorney general) (1871–1961)
- Edgar Allan Poe (journalist) (1906–1998), for whom the Edgar A. Poe Award is named
- Eliza Poe (1787–1811), American actress
- Fernando Poe, Jr. (1939–2004), Filipino actor and former candidate for President of the Philippines
- Fernando Poe, Sr. (1916–1951), Filipino actor
- George Poe (1846–1914), American medical engineer
- Gertrude Poe (born 1915), American journalist
- Grace Poe, (born 1968), Filipino politician
- Gresham Poe, American football coach
- Harry Lee Poe, American author
- Hoe-poe-kaw, the first woman ever described in the written history of Wisconsin
- Heather Poe, former park ranger and partner to Mary Cheney
- James Poe (1921–1980), American film and television writer
- Jesse Poe (born 1975), American musician
- John P. Poe, Sr. (1836–1909), Attorney General of the State of Maryland
- Johnnie Poe (born 1959), American football player
- Johnny Poe (1874–1915), American football player and coach
- Lovi Poe, (born 1989), Filipina actress
- Marshall Poe (born 1961), American writer and historian
- Michael Poe, American webcomics artist
- Orlando Poe (1832–1895), United States Army officer
- Raymond Poe (born 1944), Illinois politician
- Richard Poe (born 1946), American actor
- Ron Poe (born 1942), American football coach
- Ted Poe (born 1948), Texas politician
- Tony Poe (1924–2003), Central Intelligence Agency paramilitary officer
- Virginia Eliza Clemm Poe (1822–1847), wife of the poet Edgar Allan Poe
- Washington Poe (1800-1876), American politician
- Wilford B. Poe (born 1937), American academic
- William F. Poe (born 1931), Florida politician
- William Henry Leonard Poe (1807–1831), poet and presumed collaborator with brother Edgar Allan Poe
- Arthur Poe, fictional character in the A Series of Unfortunate Events book series
- Cameron Poe, a character in Con Air
- Eleanora Poe, sister of Arthur Poe, above
- Madeleine Poe, Deputy District Attorney in the TV series, Shark
- Phineas Poe, lead character in the Phineas Poe novella collection by Will Christopher Baer
- Mr. Poe, a banker in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
Poe crater is a crater on Mercury. It has diameter about 75 km and is situated in northern part of Caloris Planitia. It is centered on
Edgar Allan Poe (1809–1849) was an American writer.
Poe or POE may also refer to:
Usage examples of "poe".
Edgar Allan Poe in 1849 has been uncovered through the following pages.
With the impetuousness of youth, I wrote to Poe himself for an answer, for I wanted to be able to envision every crevice and corner of the Poem.
Yet in Poe, while death is not a pleasant subject, it is not forbidden.
Theology tells us that spirits live on beyond the body, but Poe believes it.
As I read newspaper articles eulogizing Poe with bitter voices, my desire to protect his name only grew.
I explained that I had been studying clippings about Poe and had noticed important inconsistencies.
None of this is about Poe, it is about you wanting it to be about Poe!
I knew someone had to hold the truth of what had happened to Poe here in Baltimore, and that is what others must have feared.
Frustrated, I recalled an item about Neilson Poe I had read in the latest court columns of the newspapers and quickly gathered up my coat.
Neilson only saw Poe through a curtain, and he looked from that vantage point like another man altogether, or a ghost of a body he had known.
I happened to be carrying among my papers a portrait of Poe from a biographical article published a few years before.
I felt suddenly, each time I opened another Poe document, as though I was in an argument with Father, that he was trying to tear the very books out of my hands.
Besides, in my capacity as a man of business I had promised Poe, a prospective client, that I would defend him.
Edgar Poe in their hearing on the chance that Auntie Blum would find some excuse to inform Peter, or write a concerned epistle on the state of my life to my great-aunt, with whom she had been very hand and glove over the years.
Finally, some real proof that Poe had not entirely disappeared into the air of Baltimore after all!