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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…

Riprap

…the body of the mind” and the sound of /l/ in “Cobble of milky way.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the…

Listen To The MUSTN’TS

Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or punctuation mark. This poem shows the use of enjambment,…

Abuelito Who

…little room all night and day.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or punctuation mark. This…

Stabat Mater

…later on explained how hard it had been.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or punctuation…

Gunga Din

…better man than I am.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or punctuation mark. This poem…

A Line-storm Song

…in “The line-storm clouds fly tattered and swift.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of a verse roll over to the next without having any pause or…

The Windmill

…the air my arms” and the sound of /f/ and /r/ in “Far off, from the threshing-floors.” Enjambment: It means to use roll over the meanings of a verse into…

Fuzzy Wuzzy

…to what the Fuzzy made us swaller” and the sound of /m/ in “We’ve fought with many men acrost the seas.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings…

Meditation at Lagunitas

…love to and I remembered how holding.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or punctuation mark….

Provide, Provide

…and /m/ in “What worked for them might work for you.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any…

A Wise Old Owl

…in “The less he spoke, the more he heard.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse roll over to the next without having any pause or…

On Living and Leaving

…in “Their tired backs. As they ache for” and the sound of /t/ in “Get the privilege to leave. They.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of…

Breakfast

…of /w/ in “Without any word to me” and the sound of /h/ in “A hat on his head.” Enjambment: It is a device in which the meanings of verse…