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CHAPTER XXII - The Living Huitzilopochtli

`Very well!' said Ramon quietly. `But remember I am your father, and my door, and my arms, and my heart will always be open to you, when you come.'
The elder boy shuffled with his feet, and muttered, without looking up:
'We cannot come, papa !'
'Why not, child?'
The boy looked up at him with brown eyes as challenging as his own.
`You, papa, you call yourself The Living Quetzalcoatl?'
`Yes.'
`But, papa, our father is called Ramon Carrasco.'
`It is also true,' said Ramon, smiling.
`We,' said Pedro, rather heavily, `are not the children of the Living Quetzalcoatl, papa. We are Carrasco y de Lara.'
`Good names both,' said Ramon.
`Never,' said the young Cyprian, his eyes flashing, `never can we love you, papa. You are our enemy. You killed our mother.'
`No, no!' said Ramon. `That you must not say. Your mother sought her own death.'
`Mama loved you much, much, much!' cried Cyprian, the tears rising to his eyes. `Always she loved you and prayed for you -'He began to cry.
`And I, my son?' said Ramon.
`You hated her and killed her! Oh, mamal Mama! Oh, mama! I want my mother!' he wept.
`Come to me, little one!' said Ramon softly, holding out his hands.
`No!' cried Cyprian, stamping his foot and flashing his eyes through his tears. `No! No !'
The elder boy hung his head and was crying too. Ramon had the little, perplexed frown of pain on his brow. He looked from side to side, as if for some issue. Then he gathered himself together.
`Listen, my sons,' he said. `You also will be men; it will not be long. While you are little boys, you are neither men nor women. But soon, the change will come, and you will have to be men. And then you will know that a man must be a man. When his soul tells him to do a thing, he must do it. When you are

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