Saturday, November 13, 2010

Like an Upside Down Wrecking Ball

"[...]Daidalos made wings for himself and his son, and told his son not to fly too high when he was aloft, or else the glue would be melted by the sun and the wings would fall apart, and not to fly near the sea, or else the wings would fall apart from the moisture. But Icaros, lost in delight, paid no attention to his father's instructions and went ever higher." From Library, Pseudo-Apollodorus

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