Here are some words from the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover(chapter. 8) by DH Lawrence (planetebook, page 122):
(background:The following paragraph is what Connie saw when walking in the forest..……)

Little gusts of sunshine blew, strangely bright, and lit up the celandines at the wood's edge, under the hazel-rods, they spangled out bright and yellow. And the wood was still, stiller, but yet gusty with crossing sun. The first windflowers were out, and all the wood seemed pale with the pallor of endless little anemones, sprinkling the shaken floor. 'The world has grown pale with thy breath.' But it was the breath of Persephone, this time; she was out of hell on a cold morning. Cold breaths of wind came, and overhead there was an anger of entangled wind caught among the twigs. It, too, was caught and trying to tear itself free, the wind, like Absalom. How cold the anemones looked, bobbing their naked white shoulders over crinoline skirts of green. But they stood it. A few first bleached little primroses too, by the path, and yellow buds unfolding themselves.
I feel the pale and pallor indicate a sad color, and the shaken floor refers to the floor, which is shaken by the wind and happy plants.
But I don't know whether Connie like the scene or dislike it by this paragraph.
What's the main idea of this paragraph please?
Thank you very much