This work is composed for the piano, the flute and the cello with four sections. In the first section, the main theme is played by the flute and the cello respectively, introducing the happy days of a couple. Tutti playing in the second section depicts the end of the couple's happy life because of a car accident. In the third section, the piano solo conveys the husband’s sorrow and loneliness. The music of the first section is then repeated, representing his longing for his wife's waking up.