Pasiphae, like any ancient Greek,
Was avid fan of bestiality
And lusted for the Cretan bull’s physique.
But he, bull-headed, snubbed her udderly –
For this bovine disliked a human frau.
So she asked Daedalus if he could cure
Her problem with a sexy wooden cow
In which she’d hide by proper aperture.
He did, she did, so did the Cretan bull,
And his performance was spectacular,
For then Pasiphae proved bountiful
By birthing soon a bouncing Minotaur.