The Reverend Dodgson’s introduction to his Hiawatha satire, with the matching of the metre used by Henry in his poem, in his long Longfellow poem:
In an age of imitation, I can claim no special merit for this slight attempt at doing what is known to be so easy. Any fairly practised writer, with the slightest ear for rhythm, could compose, for hours together, in the easy running metre of ‘The Song of Hiawatha’. Having, then, distinctly stated that I challenge no attention in the following little poem to its merely verbal jingle, I must beg the candid reader to confine his criticism to its treatment of the subject.
Then there follows Dodgson’s effort, Hiawatha’s Photographing. Google if you long to read it.