|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Die as Aprils cowslips die.|| 1|
| Eyes blazed like a bale-fire.|| 2|
| Fled, as the dawn clouds flee before the sun.|| 3|
|Flutters like a flower|
Along the glory of the hills.
| Merciless as waste desire.|| 5|
| Mild as the moons light.|| 6|
|As noiselessly as fairies feet that press|
The dewdropt grass.
| Pale as the ended night.|| 8|
As one that kneels before a virgin shrine.
| Thick as the violets cluster round the spring.|| 10|
|Translucent as the pearly wave|
Of that fair star that rules the night,
With an internal glory bright.
| Warm as life.|| 12|
| White as a winter home.|| 13|
|White as is the new blown bell|
Of that frail flower that loves the wind.