Epanalepsis is the repetition of a sentence’s (or occasionally clause’s) first word or phrase at its end. Used for a particular sort of poetic emphasis, it can sound pretty awkward if not done carefully.
- Wretched is the slog, for its intentions are wretched.
- You must be wary of the slog‘s embrace; it is cruel yet inviting, and of its allure you must be wary.
Epanalepsis. Use it.