#1
What's it called when you write a line, finish with a word and start the next line with that word...

Example:

Get inside, it's about to
pour my heart out
Last edited by gamebreaker at Dec 12, 2008,
#2
In poetry its called Enjambment when you lead on from a line (on-jombe-mor is how you pronounce it) thats all i knows.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enjambment if thats what you mean?
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#3
Quote by Silent Murder
on-jombe-mor is how you pronounce it


wtf i dont know how you pronounce enjambment but that is NOT how normal people pronounce it
#4
Quote by Silent Murder
In poetry its called Enjambment when you lead on from a line (on-jombe-mor is how you pronounce it) thats all i knows.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enjambment if thats what you mean?


Never would of guessed that. Thx alot

Quote by emich
wtf i dont know how you pronounce enjambment but that is NOT how normal people pronounce it


I lol'd. Yeah, I think it's more along the lines of (en-jam-ment)
#6
You pronounce the b... en-jomb-uh-mon is how i say it.
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#8
Err imagine it as this "On - jom - buh - mon" I guess would be a better way of describing it.
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