His nearness to the devouring sun softened the fragrant wax that held the wings: and the wax melted: he flailed with bare arms, but losing his oar-like wings, could not ride the air. Even as his mouth was crying his father’s name, it vanished into the dark blue sea, the Icarian Sea, called after him. [Ovídio, As Metamorfoses]
Desaparecer no azul profundo do mar, como Ícaro, por uns segundos. O verão ainda tão longe.