Epistrophe is the repetition of a word or phrase at the end of consecutive sentences or clauses (basically the converse of anaphora). Like its counterpart, it is mostly used for emphasis through poetic redundancy.
- The slog is the worst, its face is the worst, and its mere existence is the worst.
- Stop writing, and you lose. Stop editing, and they lose. Humor the slog, and we all lose.
- I’d slay the slog with pleasure, then dump its remains with pleasure, so I could finally write – with pleasure!
Epistrophe. Use it.