In semi-poetic writing, I have had occasion to deviate from the standard prose list practice (interpose commas or semicolons between items, with an "and" preceding the final item), by utilizing a second or third and to separate three or four items. That is,
Bob likes beer, wine and liquor.
The variant would be:
Bob likes beer and wine and liquor.
Now, the usage is obviously nonstandard and should be avoided in formal writing, but for those instances where poetic variation may be justified.
What is it called?
"Emphatic And" is the best I can coin on my own, but I wonder if there is a more established name for this variation.