Hymn to Cihuacoatl
1. Quilaztli, plumed with eagle feathers, with the crest of eagles, painted with serpents’ blood, comes with her hoe, beating her drum, from Colhuacan.
2. She alone, who is our flesh, goddess of the fields and shrubs, is strong to support us.
3. With the hoe, with the hoe, with hands full, with the hoe, with hands full, the goddess of the fields is strong to support us.
4. With a broom in her hands the goddess of the fields strongly supports us.
5. Our mother is as twelve eagles, goddess of drum-beating, filling the fields of tzioac and maguey like our lord Mixcoatl.
6. She is our mother, a goddess of war, our mother, a goddess of war, an example and a companion from the home of our ancestors (Colhuacan).
7. She comes forth, she appears when war is waged, she protects us in war that we shall not be destroyed, an example and companion from the home of our ancestors.
8. She comes adorned in the ancient manner with the eagle crest, in the ancient manner with the eagle crest.
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