Enjambed lines

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"Enjambed lines...also called run-on lines, are those in which the sentence or clause continues for two or more lines of verse; no punctuation appears at the end of the enjambed line" (Hamilton 204).

Enjambed line! When I read this I thought to myself "what are those?" Who knew that was just a complex term for the very simple term, run-on lines. I personall like to keep things simple, so I'm going to stick with calling them run-on lines.

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