|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Age, like a double-faced Janus, looks all ways, and ponders wisely on the past.|| 1|
| Awaken, like seas by a mighty tempest shaken.|| 2|
| Blushes like a new-born flower.|| 3|
| Blush as hot as June.|| 4|
| As bold as the blast.|| 5|
| Breath like the sweets from the hawthorn tree.|| 6|
| Bright as truth.|| 7|
| With a cheek like a burning rose.|| 8|
|O my love has an eye, Like a star in the sky.|| 9|
| As fair as truth.|| 10|
| By all forgot, like a flower whose stem is broken.|| 11|
| Lovely as the morning.|| 12|
like the warrior in the fight.|| 13|
| Merry as the month of May.|| 14|
|She mourns, like the sweet wind grieving in|
The pines on an autumn night.
|Tread softly,softly, like the foot|
Of winter, shod with fleecy snow.
like creatures in whose sunny veins|
The blood is running bright.
| Swift as a lovers dreams.|| 18|
Like the loose wrack in the sky,
When the four wild winds assemble.