I see, I will send out messenger Hermes to tell Calypso to let this poor man go home.
Father Zeus, there is no other as kind as you. There is a poor man named who Odysseus is trapped on an island and the nymph Calypso and Poseidon won't let him go, while suitors are plotting to murder his son, Telemachus.
Go Hermes, on your golden sandals, fly to the island where the nymph Calypso is holding Odysseus captive.
Right away, Father Zeus.
After years of suffering on this island, the gods have decided that Odysseus should go home.
You gods! This is so unfair! Did not the gods have mortals who they loved as well?