This is a rather short track, but it's actually a very macabre track with a dark thematic that builds in a subtle manner before quietly dissipating.
The piece starts off happy and cheery, portraying a young fox prancing about and frolicking in the fields, but then very subtly slips to a more somber and morose tone, though still full of spark.
The piece describes then the fact that the fox is dying. It's dying because it ate a blossom of nightshade. This somberness drops to a bit darker of a melody before denouement occurs in the piece.
This will be a three part piece; this part is the life at the time of dying and the faintest glimpse of death. The piece structure is supposed to be a deceptively haunting melody showing the darkness of the morbid and bleak life after death in a life not built on God's purpose and design.
In other words, both feel and do not feel... sorrow for this fox.