| Quote #1
A single flow'r he sent me, since we met. (1)
The poem's very first words make us think of loneliness: "a" and "single." The single flower foreshadows or anticipates the woman's own feelings of loneliness.
| Quote #2
Deep-hearted, pure, with scented dew still wet—
The speaker's description here contrasts with her frustration. She clearly likes something about the rose, or likes something enough to spend two lines talking about it.
| Quote #3
I knew the language of the floweret; (5)
The rhyme on "floweret" and "amulet" is interesting. It emphasizes the connection between nature and spiritual or emotional belief (like love) at the level of sound.