Explanation: There are no instances of metaphor or personification in this poem, and there are no end-stopped lines (i.e., lines which end when a sentences, phrase or clause ends); line breaks actually interrupt phrases (e.g., I have eaten / the plums), and this is called enjambment.
Definition: The continuation of a sentence without a pause beyond the end of a line, couplet, or stanza.
"he uses enjambment less than many poets"
It's an Enjambment.
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you have to write the essay, it counts as cheating if i do. so just use your brain; you're a smart kid. you can do it. : )
nah. i'm good.