Sandbar Key

I sit alone on Sandbar Key waiting for the time
A sank by red sun drips against
Reflections of a bad earned sky
Yet stay and lie in wait, do I
Bars yanked. Banks ready.  A snaky bred
Friend that’s me
While drab yaks sing cacophony
And bray naked on the shore
In darken bays of sheer delight
Reflect a darn be sky once more
Bar and keys now bra and keys
Send bay ark couples’ call forth
With Ray-Bans darker dare sneak by
And arks bye-bye the yaks they wave
Ask any bred yak who come aboard
A sad nark’s days be numbered
Don’t darn ask what the bye be for
Or join them as by the end
Stay wait instead on this dry sea bank
Till Sandbar Key yak get drank by sea again

Today’s prompt from NaPoWriMo was fun but challenging for me. This poem uses anagrams of my name, Sandy Baker, as inspiration for the writing. I’ve used exact anagram phrases in seventeen places and anagram like phrases in other spots.  Can you find them?  What’s an anagram?  A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase

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