Presentation on theme: "Tommy Holtzhauser, Damanjot Singh TANTALIZE. TANTALUS AND THE PELOPS Tantalus stole ambrosia from the gods which offended them, so he was punished by."— Presentation transcript:
TANTALUS AND THE PELOPS Tantalus stole ambrosia from the gods which offended them, so he was punished by being sent to Tarterus and was tortured by condemning him to an afterlife of hunger and thirst whenever he would try to get a drink the water in the pool would drain from beneath him, also when he would go to try to grab a fruit from the tree he would poop everywhere.
MODERN USE OF THE WORD People use it to describe smell, to torment or to tease Ex. The Lamborghini was tantalizing to the poor man
Tantalus son of Zeus Invited them to an evil supper Served his guests the slaughtered son They recognized the malicious plan Now - He's condemned to a life in Hell Live and suffer forever in Pain - To atone his stupid crime Tortured with inhuman hunger Feel the agony of starvation Being alone with ripping spasms Tantalus torment You can't escape Cruelest kind of torture You will never die Imprisoned by the flowing stream Afraid inside to die of thirst See the drink you cannot reach Tantalus torment You can't escape Cruelest kind of torture You will never die Now - He's condemned to live in Hell - Got no chance to appeal for Grace - Live and suffer forever in Pain - To atone his stupid crime
Your consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website.