|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Head as hairy as Faunus.|
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
|Many heads t obstruct intrigues,|
As slowest Insects have most Legs.
| The head of a woman is like a weathercock on the top of a house, which turns with the slightest wind.|
Jean Baptiste Poquelin Molière
| The head, like the stomach, is most easily infected with poison when it is empty.|
John Paul Richter
| His head is like a stomach and intestines which let the food pass through them undigested.|
Arthur S. Schopenhauer
| I hang the head|
As flowers with frost, or grasses bent with storms.