Eric Jr. now helped his sobbing mother over to the front pew and his equally grief-stricken paternal grandmother, Gwendolyn Carr.
Surely there is a key distinction between that and the strophes of John Berryman or Gwendolyn Brooks?
Gwendolyn wore an angel pin on her breast, which she explained was an actual angel and sent to her directly from God.
Gwendolyn hastened to forestall any heated reply from the Piper.
At the mention of stages, Gwendolyn rose and looked through the window.
For one instant Gwendolyn did not move—though her heart beat so wildly that it stirred the lace ruffles of her dressing-gown.
Then Gwendolyn would order soda pop all around, and mop her face.
"I'm wandering in the right direction, anyhow," retorted Gwendolyn, stoutly.
But the warning had been useless—Gwendolyn was already in the pool.
But soon the buzzing grew louder—as Gwendolyn's mother came into sight, shrouded, and scarcely discernible.
fem. proper name; the first element is Breton gwenn "white" (cf. Welsh gwyn, Old Irish find, Gaelic fionn, Gaulish vindo- "white, shining," literally "visible"), from nasalized form of PIE root *weid- "to see, know" (see vision).