Both caesuras and enjambments are structural devices often used in poems.

Caesuras are full stops placed in the middle of a line of poetry to portray a pause in the poem, usually linked to emotions getting controlled through the pause. For example, in 'Poppies' by Jane Weir a caesura of "Steeled the softening of my face. Then the shot-slashed furrows" is used to symbolise the attempt for the mo... more

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