„One only leaf upon the top of a tree - the sole remaining leaf - danced round and round like a rag blown by the wind.“
— Dorothy Wordsworth English author, poet and diarist 1771 - 1855
March 7, 1798
This was turned into Coleridge's Christabel, lines 48-50:
There is not wind enough to twirl
The one red leaf, the last of its clan,
That dances as often as dance it can.