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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 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…

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…

Thanatopsis

…has personified nature throughout the poem by giving it human qualities and voice to the emotions, beauty, and thoughts. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the…

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…

Mary Had a Little Lamb

…in the second line, the poet has compared lamb’s fleece with white snow. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the end of a…

Home Burial

…on the sidehill”. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence without the pause beyond the end of a line, couplet or stanza. For example, “And I crept down…

The Flea

…our marriage bed, and marriage temple is”. Here the speaker compares mingling of blood with the act of consummating the marriage. Enjambment: Enjambment refers to the continuation of a sentence…