Imagine taking a walk and coming upon a single, perfect wild rose. Such a discovery makes one stop in wonder. The piece is a long gaze at that delicate flower. It is essentially a song, with a melody in the top note of the right hand. Occasionally the left hand briefly answers the melody, such as in measure 14, or in measures 21 and 23. The composer only takes the player to f once and it is only briefly in measure 25.