The Journey of the Magi was a poem that T.S. Eliot wrote shortly after his own conversion to the Anglican faith.
G.K. Chesterton's 'The Convert' describes the aftermath of a transition that has taken the poet from an upside-down world onto a shining white road of peace and clarity.
Jordan Kisner's essay titled, 'Soon This Space Will Be Too Small', is a short musing about circular themes and thoughts that can revolve around a whole lifetime.
D. H. Lawrence asks what is necessary for true change, finding his answer in the legend of the phoenix, who has to be burnt thoroughly and burnt while alive in order to regenerate herself again.