Odysseus, now that you have come to my bronze-floored house, my vaulted roofs, I know you won’t be driven off your course, nothing can hold you back - however much you’ve suffered, you’ll sail home.
First they lifted Odysseus off the decks - linen and lustrous carpet too - and laid him down on the sand asleep, still dead to the world, then hoisted out the treasures proud Phaeacians, urged by open-hearted Pallas, had lavished on him, setting out for home.
Poseidon Throws Stones
Zeus, Father, I will lose all my honor now among immortals, now there are mortal men who show me no respect
Odysseus finishes the story of what he as been through in the last ten plus years. After hearing this sad story, the King decides to send Odysseus home to Ithaca, to be with his wife and child. Upon hearing the news that he would be brought home Odysseus is very happy, and grateful.
Odysseus sleeps the whole boat ride back to Ithaca. When they arrive the king’s men carry him and his gifts onto land. They then leave him in Ithaca, and decide to go back to their island.
When Poseidon sees Odysseus in Ithaca, he is mad at the Phaeacians for helping his enemy. He becomes very angry at them because all he wanted was for Odysseus to never reach his home in Ithaca. Poseidon fulfills a prophecy, and turns their boat into a stone on the bottom of the ocean.