I Corn, the sustenance of life That Ometeotl, the supreme god, gave Corn, the blessed plant That the Aztec people lovingly cared for Corn, the witness of history That the invaders wanted to erase Corn, the symbol of glory That the Aztecs knew how to preserve Corn, the guide of prophecy Which the gods revealed at the end Corn, the ally of rebellion That the children of the corn followed with loyalty Corn, the father of the new era That the children of Ometeotl sowed with care

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