Men Who Sing the Music of the Night
When it was over, Myrrh clapped as much for their own feat of love as for their partner’s artistic accomplishment. They were proud and pleased—and then came the man who sang “The Music of the Night.”
Elm,, like the tree
Great Interior Design Challengemuch
I’m wearing this for ElmerElm Thor: Ragnarok.
The Sound of MusicThe Phantom of the Opera
Into the Woods.
V for Vendetta
This is true, unfiltered abjection.
Phantom of the Opera
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My God. What have I done to myself?you
Give it everything.
I can’t get no
Oh no no no
Hey hey hey hey
That’s what I say
Migueltzinta was raised in Mexico and California. He writes across several genres and works in various other mediums including performance, video and installation. His favored themes include questions of power, gender, territory, perversity, institutional intrigue and the Wild West. He identifies as Mestizxxx. His work has appeared in The Indiana Review and Midnight Breakfast, among others. He lives in a small town in Alberta, and is very gay and very trans.
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