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    What s the affect of caesura in a peom?
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    Helps create a pause in the poem, and thus an effect on fixated words before it.
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    What s the affect of caesura in a peom?
    It really depends on the poem. It could just be a pause, or it could be a change in tone, meaning, etc. It could serve to separate and juxtapose certain ideas and images, or it could just be necessary for the flow of the poem.
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    It really depends on the poem. It could just be a pause, or it could be a change in tone, meaning, etc. It could serve to separate and juxtapose certain ideas and images, or it could just be necessary for the flow of the poem.
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    The poet wanted to start a new sentence.
 
 
 

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