| Aware as the air of the light that fills full all of its girth.|| 1|
| Bald as a Greek monk.|| 2|
| Calm as a Mandarin.|| 3|
| Clear as the glisten of dew on the brier.|| 4|
| Cool as the call of a wind on the still of the sea.|| 5|
| Cosy as a dormouse.|| 6|
| Faint as the dim ghost of a dream-sea.|| 7|
| Fresh and fine as a spring in winter.|| 8|
| Frolic as the snow.|| 9|
|Glad as the clay-red|
Blaring of battle-horns.
| Hushed, as in waiting for a bird to sing.|| 11|
|Idleness feeds on the empty day|
As a chameleon on the air.
| Intense as the cling of the sun to the lips of the earth.|| 13|
|Joy like the joy of a leaf that unfolds in the sun;|
Joy like the joy of a child in the borders of sleep.
| Light as vapor.|| 15|
| Light like a sunbeam shattered into mist.|| 16|
| Light-hearted as a boy.|| 17|
| Lithe as willow.|| 18|
| Rustling like the secret darkness of the soul.|| 19|
| Shrieks like laughter in the demoned hills.|| 20|
|Glide as silent as a Dryad|
That disappears among the trees.
| As simple as a saint might bathe in lakes of prayer.|| 22|
| Soft as a dream of beauty.|| 23|
| Spotless as a Glastonbury nun.|| 24|
| Spotless as Saint Dorothy.|| 25|
| Sure as a horse when he knows his rider.|| 26|
| Sweet as the hills.|| 27|
|A leap and a thrill like the flash of a weavers shuttle,|
Swift and sudden and sure.
| Wild as a tameless horse of Tartary.|| 29|
| Wilful as the wind.|| 30|