Holy moley, that's a lot of keywords. Google is unlikely to ban your site, even though you're clearly spamming, because it pays no attention to the keywords tag. Most other search engines are the same. Any search engine that does look at the keywords tag will probably ignore yours, because quite frankly it's ridiculous. They keywords tag was developed to allow authors to specify the top ("key") words for the website, usually about ten. You've got over 1300 keywords, although that includes lots of duplicates, lots that are variations on different phrases with the same words in a different order, and lots that are completely irrelevant ('flowers', 'bus stop', 'George', 'greek gods' are four that leapt out at me but there are loads more) – seriously, if people are searching for flowers, bus stop or greek gods, your site is going to be of absolutely no relevance to them at all.
If you are going to use the keywords tag (I really don't see the point, given how little benefit you will get from it, but it's your choice), be sensible about it, and pick out the top ten or so words (not phrases or sentences) where you would want your site to appear in the search results.