Sarah of sear which is burning, and of Ra, eye that rises phoenix-like
each morning. Sarah like saracen or sarakenos, Eastern god of sunrise.
Sarah of seer and of rah rah rah, who saw through with her golden
eye, and applauded. Sarah the queen, sherratu, that is, she ruled, as in
you rule, dude, but not without fear. Sarah close to sehr, German for
very, as in exaggerated, and of hreaw or raw, that is, tender-uncooked-
thick-blooded-thin-skinned. A sound like sarà, from the Italian Che
sarà, sara, though she dislikes inaction. Sarah a toiler, a queen in
contemplation of unsightly things, such as the earth cast in shadow,
or frost, or herself, singed.