Enjambment Definition | Writing

Enjambment is a fancy word for when a sentence in a poem doesn‘t end at the end of a line, but instead carries on to the next one. It‘s like a poetic version of talking too much, but way cooler. A simple famous example is Robert Frost‘sStopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening”, which starts with the lineWhose woods these are I think I know”, and then carries on to the next line.