Dewey has challenged those of us still awake to write a limerick or haiku about one of the books we've read during the read-a-thon.
Here's my poor attempt at a haiku defining a new word I learned from The Uncommon Reader (which has, fortuitously, five syllables).
One who copies words
And here's one inspired by My Lady of Cleves. I know it's bad, but I can't resist.
The daughter of Cleves
Divorced, but not beheaded,
Outlived fat Henry.