|Follow the track of blood
Like to some hound that hunts a wounded fawn.
| Follow like a flock of sheep.|
like geese on a common.|
| Follow one like Anthonys pig.|
| Followed fate as an Irishman a wheelbarrow.|
| Follows like a shadow.|
As if twere his shadow.
| Followd her desire, as sunlight tracks the shadow of a cloud.|
|I be bounde to followe it,|
As the carpenter his ruler.
| Follow one another like ducks in a gutter.|
Beaumont and Fletcher
| The jackals of the desert follow their prey in families, like the place-hunters of Europe.|
| Followed like a comet-tail.|
| Followed like a child after the Pied Piper.|
| Follow each other, like surge upon surge.|
| Misfortune follows him like a faithful hound.|
| Follow, as the night the day.|
like one drawn by a charm.|
Edward R. Sill
| Youth follows life, as bees the honeybell.|
| Will follow thee,|
As the ripple follows the bark at sea.
John Greenleaf Whittier
| Like geese each other follow.|