Roy Peter Clark Clark provides eight strategies that can strengthen your writing. One tool is emphatic word order. Placing a word at the end of a sentence will emphasis the word more than hiding the word in the middle of a winding sentence.
Here's an eloquent description of the tool.
“There is sometimes an extraordinary force in some particular word, which, if it be placed in no very conspicuous position in the middle part of a sentence, is likely to escape the attention of the hearer and to be obscured by the words surrounding it; but if it be put at the end of the sentence is urged upon the reader’s sense and imprinted on his mind.”