took shape and poured forth), and includes a chain of two adjectives (midmost topmost) that, in a literal sense, contradict as well as succeed each other yet in context seem to give the impression of poetic enjambment
through their juxtaposition without punctuation or conjunction.
Readers have noted that her work lends itself well to translation, and these translations--completed by many illustrious hands--give immense pleasure, yet it is also rewarding to note the occasional rhymes or deft enjambment
of the original Italian.
They wrangle the thing, slowly, until Laris Cohen leaves, presumably to find a bigger vehicle, while we loiter and then eventually disperse, the enjambment
Wakefield is a master of end rhyme, enjambment
, and the laying out of sentences over the rhyme scheme.
The rhythms of verse, of line breaks, enjambment
, caesura, and the often condensed pace of reading poetry make poetic language a particularly apt medium for producing a situation in which the reader is repeatedly "surprised into a perception," as the poet writes of the boy.
Part Three of the volume, "Patience and Time," continues themes raised in Part Two, and in the volume's most moving poem, terse and brittle with enjambment
, Montague summons not his grandparents but the aunts who raised him.
We find enjambment
only in this one line--"the subtle ways/I keep, and pass, and turn again"--to emphasize the fluidity and turning without stoppage.
Yet, because we are familiar with the various ways Tennyson dramatized the limits of his forms--the ways he commented on the ends of poetry by complicating the ends of poems--we might think of this as an intended effect, perhaps the hardest enjambment
he ever makes.
Providing a somewhat rare example of his capability with rhymed lines, Warren balances this explicit artistry by maintaining a natural and realistic tone through the use of slant rhymes and enjambment
What defines poetry, according to Agamben and others, is the possibility of enjambment
This view of Perloff on poetry falls under the conceptual writing, which emphasizes the physical aspects of the work--rhyme, meter, texture, and enjambment
She describes the Irish poet's use of enjambment
as resembling "a jump cut in film," and adds that McGuckian's work has led to some of the "more cinematic qualities" of her own poetry.