|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|Glimmering faintly like the rack|
O the moon in her own light cast back.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
| Glimmer like a star in autumns hazy night.|
William Cullen Bryant
like starry twinklers that momently break|
Through the rifts of the gathering tempests rack.
Joseph Rodman Drake
|Glimmering, like the balance-pan|
That weighs its guinea as he weighs his man.
Oliver Wendell Holmes
| Glimmer, like the last flicker of a night-light.|
| Glimmer like a coral grove.|
| Glimmer like a butterfly.|
| The firelight glimmers upon the walls of your cherished home, like the Vestal fire of red upon the figures of adoring angels, or like the flame of Hebrew sacrifice, whose incense bore hearts to Heaven.|
Donald G. Mitchell
| Tresses glimmering and gleaming like glad waters running over shelving shallows, rimmed with clover.|
James Whitcomb Riley
| Glimmers like a meteor.|
| Glimmered like fire.|
Francis S. Saltus
|He glimmered apart|
In solemn gloom
Like a dying lamp in a haunted tomb.
Richard H. Stoddard
| Glimmered through the misty sphere like moonlit marble.|
| Glimmered like a faint, vanishing tinge of blood on snow.|
Henry Van Dyke
|Glimmered like a pine tree dimly viewed|
Through Alpine vapors.