From the heavenly embers the phoenix rises. It opened its scarlet eyes and saw the world blanketed in darkness. Its cries reverberating in the dim valley, paternal love it sought. Woe is the phoenix for not a creature came and all it did was for naught.
With tears in its eyes till sunrise it waited. Filled with indignation the phoenix flew. For it realized that as a newborn it was cheated. With only the support of itself the phoenix grew.
Time passed peacefully in the valley. The phoenix' wings have now grown fully. Then the phoenix’ adventurous spirit was suddenly ignited. With newfound courage the phoenix soared, clearly it is excited.
It was fearful yet ecstatic for the world full of the unknown. The phoenix said farewell to the place it once had grown. It desired to wander the world hoping to meet with its kin. The phoenix is very lonely and hoping for one’s happiness isn’t a sin.
Many beasts quickly hid when they saw the phoenix near. When they saw the flames blazing they can only shiver in fear Sighing with regret for it wants to make a friend. But fate has been cruel and fear was its desire’s end.
It traversed thousand of mountains And experienced countless rains It hoped and prayed fervently to the glorious entity above To grant its wish, to experience love