Yes, it's fine.
In poetry, enjambment (/ɛnˈdʒæmbmənt/ or /ɛnˈdʒæmmənt/; from the French enjambement) is incomplete syntax at the end of a line; the meaning runs over from one poetic line to the next, without terminal punctuation. Lines without enjambment are end-stopped.
Basically, enjambment means to end the line with no or ...
Not an answer, too long for a comment.
I think you're going to have to invent the theory and provide the first examples for this interesting combination.
You might want to think about how Borges uses self reference and combinatorics (e.g. the Library of Babel).
Particular ideas from knot theory that might enjoy an appearance in fiction or poetry: