Summary Literary Charleston: A Lowcountry Reader 108

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Literary Charleston A Lowcountry ReaderTo describe our growing up in the lowcountry of South Carolina I would have to take you to the marsh on a spring day flush the great blue heron from its silent occupation scatter marsh hens as we sink to our knees in mud ope.

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Summary Literary Charleston: A Lowcountry Reader 108 ↠ To describe our growing up in the lowcountry of South Carolina I would have to take you to the marsh on a spring day flush the great blue heron from its silent occupation scatter marsh hens as we sink to our knees in mud open you an oyster with a pocketknife and feed it to you from tE the bold fecund aroma of the tidal marsh exuisite ans sensual the smell of the South in heat a smell like new milk semen and spilled wine all perfumed with seawater My soul grazes like a lamb on the beauty of indrawn tides.