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Ma’åse Ma’åse Ma’åse

We bathe our spirits here in the Salishan (Puget Sound)
where the spirit who carries the basket of languages has passed
their basket the canoe vessel that carries our chants
We arrive in front of your body
and we share breathe/peace with the face of the water (spring)
our words weave a sacred mat where the rainbow sits
Compassionate (Gratitude)
Compassionate (Greatest Gratitude)
Compassionate
ancestors

Ma’åse Ma’åse Ma’åse

We bathe our spirits here in the Salishan (Puget Sound)
where the spirit who carries the basket of languages has passed
their basket the canoe vessel that carries our chants
We arrive in front of your body
and we share breathe/peace with the face of the water (spring)
our words weave a sacred mat where the rainbow sits
Compassionate (Gratitude)
Compassionate (Greatest Gratitude)
Compassionate
ancestors

Dakota Camacho  25, Matao

 
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