The inspiration for this came while listening to Firebird’s Child by S.J. Tucker.

To see a maiden dance around
a fire is not so strange
but fire dances round the limbs
of this uncommon maid!
Be brave enough to burn
and you’ll be brave enough to fly!
— Firebird’s Child

The symbolism of the Phoenix, like the mystical bird itself, dies and is reborn across cultures and throughout time.  Ancient legend paints a picture of a magical bird, radiant and shimmering, which lives for several hundred years before it dies by bursting into flames. It is then reborn from the ashes, to start a new, long life.  The phoenix symbolizes renewal and resurrection, and represents many themes, such as the sun, time, metempsychosis, consecration, resurrection, reincarnation.



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