"Under thy roof no guest shall sit, nor at thy table eat a bit."
"I, starting up, the light did spy, And to my God my heart did cry..."
"A price so vast as is unknown yet by His gift is made thine own..."
Within this small expert the reader can she is mourning the thought that she won't be able to host an event in the house ever again. This leads her to agonize the loss of the times she spent there.
In this small excerpt from the poem, Anne is devastated that she is losing her house which contains her life. She is crying to God to ask for his help.
At the end of the poem, Anne accepts that what has happened is for the greater good because God chose it for her. The reader can see from her words that she agrees with Gods ways and moves on with her life.