Among the productions of the phallical and serpentine genie of darkness are the clouds.
The phallical serpent is the cause of the fall of the first man.
The habit certain fishes have of ejecting froth from the mouth may have suggested a phallical image.
The long refulgent tail of the peacock took a phallical form.
The fish and the rain remind us of the myth of the phallical and pluvial cuckoo.
Here we have the usual correspondence between the phallical figure and that of the simpleton.
In any case, it is often a phallical symbol, and therefore delights in mysteries.
However much poetic imagination may have adorned similar legends, their phallical origin can always be traced.
phallic phal·lic (fāl'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or resembling a phallus.
Of or relating to the third stage of psychosexual development in psycholanalytic theory during which the genital organs first become the focus of sexual feeling.