|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|Charles L. Moore|
| Blown apart|
Like a rose that ready is
For the suns perfecting kiss.
| Audacious as the day.|| 2|
| Circling like an eddy.|| 3|
|Cleft like a narrow harvest swath,|
Oernodded by the plumes of wheat.
| Disrobed, like a pure image in a secret shrine.|| 5|
| Eyes like setting planets, weak and dim.|| 6|
| Remote as the stars are.|| 7|
| Serene as summer in Arcadian hills.|| 8|
| Shifting like the boundaries of a dream.|| 9|
| Sob, like oceans tremor when it turns to ebb.|| 10|