Sandy Bay, which frames one end of Jamestown Island, provides a home for many species of birds in its shallow waters. Bald cypress trees grow along its banks.
Edges and borders;
Boundaries or invitations
To enter elsewhere?
Alight from the known,
What is not.
But cannot contain
Where is happiness?
Beyond the edges?
For the Daily Post’s
Lifelong teacher and gardener.
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