|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|Borrowed as beautifully as the moon|
The fire of the sun.
| Bright, as from blessed place.|| 2|
stared like windows at the peep of day.|| 3|
| Misfortune follows him like a faithful hound.|| 4|
|Keen as a blinded man
Smells in the dark the cold odour of the earth.
| As sweet as mown grass in the even.|| 6|