The Death of Icarus Picture

This is the last picture of the Icarus series surfacing a poem on the death of Icarus, also from the Bulfinch's Mythology:

The poem is as follow:

The Death of Icarus - from Bulfinch's Mythology

...with melting wax and loosened strings
Sunk hapless Icarus on unfaithfull wings;
Headlong he rushed through the affrighted air,
With limbs distorted and dishevelled hair;
His scattered plumage danced upon the wave,
And sorrowing Nereids decked his watery grave;
O'er his pale corse their pearly sea-flowers shed,
And strewed with crimson moss his marble bed;
Struck in their coral towers the passing bell
And wide in ocean tolled his echoing Knell.
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