When a poem written in stanzas carries over on to more than one page, it is common when submitting it to a publisher to type "[stanza break]" or "[no stanza break]" where necessary, for example when the last line on a page ends with a full stop.
What are some ways of communicating this information to the "end user", so that he knows whether or not he should read the last line on a page as the last line of a stanza? I have some poetry books in which this isn't done at all, so at the bottom of a page the reader is left not knowing whether the stanza has ended or not. Indeed sometimes he can still be unclear about this even after he has turned to the next page. Now that's what I call poor UX. What ways of providing a better UX have been tried?
I don't have sufficient reputation to add a "poetry" tag, but this seems appropriate for this question.