Some man was talking to him in a low voice and attempting from time to time to lay a hand on his shoulder, but Wilson neither heard nor saw. His eyes would drop slowly from the swinging light to the laden table by the wall and then jerk back to the light again and he gave out incessantly his high horrible call.
‘O, my Ga-od! O, my Ga-od! Oh, Ga-od! Oh, my Ga-od!’

– F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Great Gatsby, Chapter 7. George Wilson is devastated by the death of his wife Myrtle. He is completely inconsolable and removed from reality, rocking himself back and forth and muttering incoherently.