You built a weak labyrinth and Theseus escaped! Therefore, you shall go to an island of no escape!
Icarus my boy, catch all the feathers
Daedalus, a brilliant inventor made a labyrinth for Theseus, a no good person and when Theseus escaped the labyrinth, King Minos got mad at Daedalus, so he sent him to an island to die.
So Daedalus was trapped in the island's jail and tried to escape with the help of his son, Icarus
One day Daedalus and Icarus escaped, but they landed on the ground where it was too guarded to escape. So Daedalus noticed the feathers on the floor and he decided to make wings so he could fly off the island
An offering to the gods.
So then Daedalus got on the work for the wings so he could escape the island, he told Icarus never to fly too up for as the wings will melt, not too low or they will get damp and off they flew!
While Daedalus was giving his son, Icarus the lesson of not to fly too high or the wings will melt off, Icarus gave caution to the excitement of flying, so he did not listen. As the father and son were flying, Icarus got excited and flew to high, due to the melting he fell and plunged into the water as Daedalus wept in misery and sorrow.
After Icarus's death, Daedalus didn't look back and took flight to Sicily, where he built a temple dedicated to Apollo, and gave his wings to him as an offering to the god. After this he pressed on a few feathers he found in the ocean where Icarus had fallen.