My PR department hates you, I shall send you to the depths of the ocean.
Hey, I'm gonna steal your daughter.
I'm shocked and appalled.
Whatever Man, Whoo Whoo Whoo
What I'm saying is very important, are you picking up what I'm putting down?
King Minos is banishing the frowned upon creature to a far away maze, as this scandalous relationship between human and monster is frowned upon by the gods.
Stuff it gramps, I'm a king
Minos slays the creature in the prison created by Daedalus; a skilled architect in exile, which demonstrates Minos' commitment to rid the world of his family's controversy. Minos' daughter was also stolen by Theseus.
Ovid mocks Icarus' playful nature in his fathers serious attempt to escape exile, which paints a picture of the prideful fool Ovid takes him for.
I miss my darling son, but frankly that was a very dull decision.
Icarus ignores his fathers orders and acts on his pride, which will eventually lead to his demise.
My baby boy, NO!!
Icarus' fall is a direct consequence of his refusal to listen to his father, which supports the idea of listening to your elders and not your pride.
Daedulus had to suffer the consequences of his son's foolish behavior, lamenting how indifferent Icarus was to the people and situations around him.