Thanks, Verna! That poem has enjambment in nearly every stanza. I really like this one:
Yet when her cousin, Mary, came
To share her promised joy,
Her infant leapt inside her womb
For Mary’s Baby Boy.
Hey, y'all, another note, not just for this poem, but for all rhymed poetry that features enjambment. I mentioned this a bit when I mentioned Holly's poem, and although this is a class on writing, not dramatic reading, it's a pet peeve of mine, so...
If you ever have opportunity to read a rhymed poem aloud, resist the temptation to pause at the end of every line. Or if you must pause, do so for just a tenth of a second, and barrel through--if the line is enjambed. That shows that you're reading for the meaning of the poem, which after all is more important than the rhythm.