|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Blind like tragic masks of stone.|| 1|
| Cruel as death.|| 2|
Like the sun wading through the misty sky.
| Dire as when friends are rankled into foes.|| 4|
| Like pansies dark i the June o the year, grow my Loves glad eyes.|| 5|
| Full as the summer rose.|| 6|
| Hungry as the grave.|| 7|
| Loose as the breeze that plays along the downs.|| 8|
As is the lily or the mountain snow.
| Serene and pleased a look as Patience ere put on.|| 10|
| Unstained and pure as the lily or the mountain snow.|| 11|