“While the bombardment was knocking the trench to pieces at Fossalta, he lay very flat and sweated and prayed oh jesus christ get me out of here. Dear jesus please get me out. Christ please please christ. If you’ll only keep me from getting killed I’ll do anything you say. I’ll believe in you and I’ll tell everyone in the world that you are the only one that matters. Please please dear jesus.”
Hemingway, Ernest. In Our Time. New York: Scribner Paperback Fiction, 1958. Print. 67.
The sentence structure in this paragraph reflects the desperation of the character, especially via the lack of proper grammar, capitalization, and punctuation (indicating extreme disarray; very realistic depiction of a stream of conscious prayer).