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Enjambment

Definition of Enjambment Enjambment is a literary device in which a line of poetry carries its idea or thought over to the next line without a grammatical pause. With enjambment,…

End-Stopped Line

…Shakespeare) Opposite of Enjambment Enjambment is the opposite of end-stopped line. Thus, examples of end-stopped line should never be confused with enjambment examples. When a break or pause comes at…

I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died

…gathering firm” and /i/ sound in “I heard the fly buzz.” Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end of a line, couplet…

The Owl and the Pussy-Cat

…an implied comparison is made between different objects. “Owl and Pussy cat” both are the metaphors of humans, but they are not humans. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of…

Acquainted with the Night

…isolation are compared with “night”. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause to the next line in a couplet or stanza such as, “I have…

Ozymandias

…the sound of /b/ in “boundless and bear” and the sound of /l/ in “lone and level. 5) Enjambment: The term enjambment refers to lines that end without any punctuation…

I Love You

…this poem has been given below. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the end of a line, couplet or stanza such as; “And…

Stanza

…Thin gin. We Jazz June. We Die soon.” See every line in this excerpt ends with the word “we.” Here, the poet has used a lot of enjambment. Beginning a…

Annabel Lee

…to the Bible when it degrades the angels to the level of demons. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the end of a…

My Last Duchess

…wife. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the end of a line, couplet or stanza such as: “The Count your master’s known munificence…

Ode to a Nightingale

…meaning clear. Keats has used simile in the second stanza, “Forlorn! the very word is like a bell.” Here the poet is comparing forlorn to a bell. Enjambment: Enjambment refers…

A Red, Red Rose

…the same line such as the sound of /l/ in “ And fare thee weel awhile!”. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the…

Caesura

…This couplet uses both caesura and enjambment. Enjambment appears in the first line. In the second, fourth, and fifth lines, the periods cause readers to pause for a while and…

The Waste Land

…points. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to a phrase that is carried over a line-break without a major pause. Similarly, “The Waste Land” comes up with many examples where Eliot has continued…

Mother to Son

…Similarly, “Staircase” symbolizes hardships. It also symbolizes the life that we spend. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end of a line,…

I Carry Your Heart with Me

…one with an enjambment, e. e. cummings completes it, saying he does not fear fate as his beloved is his fate. He directly addresses her within parenthesis, which means he…

Buffalo Bill’s

…what i want to know is”. Enjambment: It is defined as a thought in verse that does not come to an end at a line break; instead, it rolls over…

To His Coy Mistress

…“Sits on thy skin like morning dew” the poet compares woman’s youthful skin to morning dew. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the…

Midnight Ride of Paul Revere

…remembers that famous day and year”, the sound of /r/ and /s/ in “Wanders and watches with eager ears.” Enjambment: Enjambment: It is defined as a thought in verse that…