When the Theseus escaped from the labyrinth, King Minos flew into a rage with its builder, Daedalus, and ordered him to shut up in a high tower that faced the lonely sea. Line 1-3. This shows them stuck in a tower.
Soon Icarus was sure that he, too, could fly and, raising his arms up and down, Skirted over the white sand and even out over the waves. Line 35-37. This shows when he is going to start flying.
But the enchanted boy did not notice them until the sun became so hot that the largest feathers dropped off and he began to sink.Line 73-75. This part Icarus is falling into the ocean and starts drowning.
He gathered the boy in his arms and flew to land, the tips of his wings dragging in the water from double burden they bore. Line 83-86. This is the part when Daedalus was taking his son.
He arrived safely in Sicily, where he built a temple to Apollo and hung his wings as an offering to the god, in the wings he pressed a few bright feathers he had found floating on the water where Icarus fell. Line 90-93. This part is when Daedalus took his dead son to barry him.
The whole theme at the end is freedom all they wanted was freedom and only one of them got to be happy with it.