Here you will find the Poem To a Child of poet Judith Wright
When I was a child I saw a burning bird in a tree. I see became I am, I am became I see. In winter dawns of frost the lamp swung in my hand. The battered moon on the slope lay like a dune of sand; and in the trap at my feet the rabbit leapt and prayed, weeping blood, and crouched when the light shone on the blade. The sudden sun lit up the webs from wire to wire; the white webs, the white dew, blazed with a holy fire. Flame of light in the dew, flame of blood on the bush answered the whirling sun and the voice of the early thrush. I think of this for you. I would not have you believe the world is empty of truth or that men must grieve, but hear the song of the martyrs out of a bush of fire- 'All is consumed with love; all is renewed with desire.'