(The title "Na'á Ki’sómma" literally means "Mother Sun" in Native Blackfoot language.)
Na'á Ki’sómma takes place in the early to mid-1800’s. The theme is Early America in a mountain/wooded setting in the Midwest region of the North America. It is colder outside sometime in late autumn/early winter. A Man, white mid 20’s, is chasing a wolf through the forest. The wolf is running faster and getting away from the man. The Man decides to stop, takes correct aim, and shoots and kills the wolf. The forest becomes silent with the boom of the rifle. Later that night the Man feasts on his kill in front of a warm fire and prepares to return home after a nights rest. The Man wakes during the night to a Native American Warrior sitting across from him, peacefully. The Native Warrior then says to the Man he has done a terrible thing in killing the animal. He tells the Man he will repay his debts.
The next day the man is walking home and begins to feel as if he forgot something back at the campsite. While thinking, he looks down and notices human tracks on the trail. Confused, he then turns and heads back to the camp. As he approaches the camp he sees a woman hunched over the blankets he had slept in. He also notices his pack and rifle sitting where he had left it ready to leave in the morning. The fire is completely dead. He walks up behind the woman and calls for Maggie, his wife. She does not answer. He then sees his body lying below Maggie, as if still asleep. He panics; he backs up, falls to his back, scrambles up and looks again. He is in disbelief and then he remembers the Native American Warrior. The man approaches Maggie, right behind her and we hear the man of the Man She turns and she is alone.