V Tláloc sees with sadness and fury How his people suffer and die How the Spanish destroy and desecrate His temples and his stone idols Tláloc cannot allow it and decides Intervene with his power and his justice Tláloc cries and his tears are rain Rain that becomes torrential and destructive Tláloc cries so much that he floods The Valley of Mexico and its city Tláloc cries so much that he submerges The great Tenochtitlan under water

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 Sonnet V - The legend of Tlaloc. Sonnets.
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