|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|An old light smolders in her eye|
There! she looks up. They grow and glow
Like mad laughs or a rhapsody
That flickers out in woe.
| Indolent as a warm rain.|| 2|
| Laughs like beech-leaves ringing in the light.|| 3|
| Crimson smile,|
Like seas hid by a meadow-land.
| Smooth as the liquid passage of a bird.|| 5|
| Yearning, like a swallow in the void.|| 6|