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Welcome to witchety snake's dream, a spiritual blessing received during an unexpected interaction at the Denver Art Museum. A day early for my ride to Silver City, New Mexico (where 'a sweat lodge song' would manifest), I was drawn to the northwest Native American exhibit and simply was 'engaged' (I have no other word for it) by Sxewaivewe, Tear Princess and Hearth Goddess, and Bukwus, Magnamage and First Shaman. And, why me? Perhaps because I would choose to share this with others. I am not the first, and am far from the last. Welcome, friend, as witchety snake dreams blessings from the Hearth Goddess and a Magnamage.
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About the Author
The name 'Elk Heart Walking' was given to the author by an Apache shaman who stated 'this name represents you taking the healing medicine within your large heart to those who will benefit from it'. Elk Heart Walking is a poet/father/husband/veteran/x-roughneck (as on oil rigs)/x-hospice nurse and has been editor/custodian of the print publication bear creek haiku for over 20 years and well over one-hundred issues.