Ok my rams. You may go graze the fields now. Tell me if you see those pesky humans.
Haha you dumb creature. You couldn't catch us, fool.
Get to ship, men. Let's depart from this island of foolish creatures. Prepare a sacrifice to thank Zeus for our good fortune.
Father, Poseidon, curse these wretched humans that their trek be difficult and perpetuated.
Look Polyphemus can't do anything. Haha!
Sir the sacrificial fire won't start.
The men escape on the belly of the sheep hidden from Polyphemus's reach, and Odysseus starts to taunt Polyphemus.
Odysseys, that's enough!
Polyphemus curses Odysseus in the name of his father Poseidon that he never return home or loses all his men before he gets home many years later. Zeus agrees and is going to let this curse come to fruition and disdains Odysseus’s attempts to please him with sacrifices.