VII Tláloc stops crying and the rain stops Tláloc retreats to his temple and locks himself in. Tláloc is filled with pain and sadness Tláloc is left alone and without his land Tláloc only consoles himself with children And the flowers that he took to his kingdom They give him their love and relief. And they ask him not to be sad Tláloc smiles at them and hugs them And he promises them that he will never leave them Tláloc takes care of them and protects them And he gives them his love and his kindness

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