Jared Isaac Aragón writes about this piece:
The title, on the dark flower (translated), comes from the poem of the same name by Suleika Ibáñez Iglesias. This poem was inspired by the poetry of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.
Composed in one movement, this meditation does not attempt to depict or tell the story of the poem by Ibáñez. Instead, it plays with the mental image of a dark flower.