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I Quetzalcoatl, god of the snake that with your feathers you decorate the sky and with your body you cover the ground You are the center of everything that exists. You who created man with corn and water and you taught him art and writing you are the source of all culture and the protector of noble Tenochtitlan. But your brother Tezcatlipoca jealous of your work and your goodness He made you fall into drunkenness and evil. And you, ashamed, went to the sea promising to return with your truth but destiny denied you to return.

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 Sonnet I - 5 sonnets to the Feathered Serpent, the spine of the universe, in the Temple of Quetzalcóatl, the center of the world.
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