Overcome by the sublime feeling that flying gave him, Icarus soared through the sky joyfully, but in the process he came too close to the sun, which melted his wings. Latin poets read the myth more philosophically, often linking Icarus analogically to artists. Login with Google Error: Daedalus mourns for him. General Comment The line is from the tale of the young Icarus and his father Daedalus, who built the Minotaur’s Labyrinth.

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Icarus kept flapping his wings but soon realized that he had no feathers left and that he was only flapping his bare arms.

However, the youthful and arrogant Icarus flies too close to the heavens, melting his wings and crashing into the waves, drowning.

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Alesana:Icarus Lyrics

General Comment one weak point in alesana: Overcome by the sublime feeling that flying gave him, Icarus soared through the sky joyfully, but in the process he came too close to the sun, which melted his wings. Login with Facebook Error: Log alesanaa now to add this track to your mixtape!

Daedalus fashioned a pair of wings for himself and his son, made of feathers and wax. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. General Comment sweet, i have a new trip destination. Icarus, in Greek Mythology, with father Daedalus, attempted to escape their prison, the Labyrinth, in which they were imprisoned at the hands of King Minos, the king for whom he had built the Labyrinth Labyrinth is derived from the Minoans word for a ceremonial axe.

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Latin poets read the myth more philosophically, often linking Icarus analogically to artists. Log in to add a tag. General Comment this is about the boy who made wings out of wax to escape from prison or something General Comment The line is from the tale of the young Icarus and his father Daedalus, who built the Minotaur’s Labyrinth.

When they make their escape, Daedalus tells his son that they must not fly too close to the sun lest the wings melt, and not to close to the ocean or the wings would dampen and he would fall into the water.

Alesana – Icarus Lyrics

Black engulfs the dying light as he falls on frail wings jcarus vanity and wax They are both imprisoned in a tower, and unable to escape by ship, Daedalus makes wings of feathers and wax for him icarua his son. We do not have any tags for Icarus lyrics. The Labyrinth’s original purpose was intended to hold the horrible creature, the Minotaur, a beast that was a product of one of the King’s mistress’s affairs with a bull. So, Icarus fell into the sea in the area which bears his name, the Icarian Sea near Icaria, an island southwest of Samos.

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No Replies Log in to reply. Before alesqna took off from the prison, Daedalus warned his son not to fly too close to the sun, as the wax would melt, or too close to the sea, as the wax would dampen. Daedalus, struck with terrible grief, buries him, naming the land Icaria a real island, FYI.

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Add your thoughts 7 Comments. User does not exist. After building the Labrynth they leap from the cliff and Icarus being arrogant and prideful flies too close to the sun and the wax from his wings melts and he drowns.

General Comment This is Greek mythology about Icarus.

Icarus lyrics

His flight was routinely alluded to by Greek poets in passing, but was told in a nutshell in Pseudo-Apollodorus. General Comment Icarus and father, Daedalus trapped on Crete, escape with wings of wax and bird feathers. Log slesana now to tell us what you think this song means.

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Daedalus mourns for him.