Chalchiuhtlicue ("She of the Jade Skirt") was an Aztec goddess of love, beauty, youth, lakes, rivers, seas, streams, horizontal waters, storms, and baptism. She was also a Goddess of Childbirth and protector of labouring women. Chalchiutlicue's association with both water and fertility is derived from the Aztecs' common association of the womb with waters. This dual role gave her both life-giving and a life-ending role in Aztec mythology.
“Romantic waves beat deep in my chest of playful untouchable thoughts of you. As dreams are the threads I weave with care the path for you to me. The sky above lagoon with lovely lights, soft music, slow dancing. You are the turquoise sea, and I, an azure sky. You feel me like I feel you…eternity within your reach. You search your heart when I am away, It’s here, it’s with me. Your breath coincides with the rhythm of mine.. I am with you and hold you close.. with peaceful lullaby” ~ Oksana Rus