|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
|James A. Hillhouse|
| Capacious as the sky.|| 1|
|The generations pass, like autumns fruits,|
Garnered, consumed, and springing fresh to life.
| Strong as the enginery that works the world.|| 3|
| Wild as if creations ruins|
Were heaped in one immeasurable chain
Of barren mountains, beaten by the storms
Of everlasting winter.