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Once Upon a Time on the Cheyenne River Lakota Nation

a beautiful independent, self-assured Minneconjou
woman, happened upon a frog as she was contemplating
ecological issues on the shores of an unpolluted pond
in a verdant meadow near her tipi.
The frog happened into the Minneconjou's lap and said:
"I was once a handsome Oglala,
until an Iktomi cast a spell upon me.
One kiss from you, however, and I will
turn back into the wonderful, young Oglala that I am
and then, my sweet,we can marry and set up
housekeeping in your tipi with my Mother, where
you can prepare meals, clean my clothes, bear my
children, and forever feel grateful and happy to do
so."
That Night, dining on frog and onion soup and fry
bread, she chuckled to herself and thought: "I don't
think so!!"
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