|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Cunning, like a miner, safely and unseen.|| 1|
| Fair as the Moons unclouded light.|| 2|
| Love, like armd Death, is strong.|| 3|
|Tis love, like the sun, that gives light to the year,|
The sweetest of blessings that life can give;
Our pleasures it brightens, drives sorrow away,
Gives joy to the night, and enlivens the day.
|And similes in each dull line,|
Like glow-worms in the dark should shine.