|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Justice is like the north star, which is fixed, and all the rest revolve about it.|
| Justice is like the Kingdom of God: It is not without us as a fact; it is within us as a great yearning.|
| As honor, just.|
| Human justice, like Luthers drunken peasant, when saved from falling on one side, topples over on the other.|
|Justice, like lightning, ever should appear;|
To few men ruin, but to all men fear.