Odysseus and his men arrived on an island and docked their ship. They entered a cave hoping to eat and be given a gift from whoever lived there.
A Cyclops soon appeared, and his name was Prometheus. He asked who Odysseus was, and he said that his name was "Nobody."
That night, Prometheus ate 2 of Odysseus' men, and 2 more the next morning! Odysseus stabbed the Cyclops in the eye to get out of the cave.
Prometheus cried out for help, but when the other cyclops came to see what was wrong, he only yelled "Nobody is hurting me!" so the other Cyclops left.
When the Cyclops let his sheep out the next day, he felt the top of the sheep to see if the men were trying to escape. Odysseus had already thought about that, though, so he and his men his under the bellies of the sheep.
They left the island, but before they could get away, Odysseus told the Cyclops his real name. Little did he know that Prometheus was the son of Poseidon, the God of the Sea, and he cursed their journey home!