Odysseus, Laerte's son, from Ithaca made you blind!
"He ripped them limb by limb to make his meal, then ate them like a lion on the mountains, devouring flesh, entrails, and marrow bones, and leaving nothing. Watching this disaster, we wept and lifted up our hands in prayer to Zeus. We felt so helpless." (pg. 249)
Take this bag of winds, Odysseus.
"So silently I tied them with the rope used by the giant Cyclops as a bed. I bound the rams in sets of three and set a man beneath each middle sheep with one on either side, and so my men were saved." (pg. 253)
"'Cyclops! If any mortal asks you how your eye was mutilated and made blind, say that Odysseus, the city-sacker, Laertes' son, who lives in Ithaca, destroyed your sight.'" (pg. 256)
Go on, my fair Odysseus
"We arrived at that fine citadel. He welcomed me...and he gave me a bag of oxhide leather and he tied the gusty winds inside it." (pg. 259-260)
"...he tried to kill my men, and grabbing one he ate him up. The other two escaped, back to the ship...My ship was lucky and we reached the beyond overhanging cliffs." (pg. 263)
"'Laertes' son, great King Odysseus, master of every challenge, you need not remain here in my house against your will.'" (pg. 275)