Leaf without will

Oh how those leafs,

Peeked out from chipped trees,

Flapped with the wind,

Birds flew from behind,

A leaf.


Whoosh, and one leaf,

Escaped like a thief,

Rolled side to side,

Floated with nowhere to hide; going

Adrift.


Wildlife and all else,

Touched by its apex,

Effortlessly moved,

Danced and grooved; wildly

Amidst.


Leaf approached a tornado,

Careless and warm,

Blended and stood still;

At the centre without,

A will.