VIII Tláloc stays in his temple and does not come down To the valley of Mexico that is no longer yours Tláloc takes care of his kingdom and his house And his children and his flowers that are his pride Tláloc only sends rain when it is necessary And never again the thunder and lightning Tláloc becomes a good and generous god That he only wants peace and harmony The Mexicans forget about Tláloc And they adopt the religion of the Spanish The Spanish take over Tláloc And they call him San Jerónimo de los Reyes

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 Sonnet VIII - The legend of Tlaloc. Sonnets.
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