Michael Elias is currently studying comparative literature, arts, and history at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Their focus in writing is on queer stories, music, expanding from the personal to the universal, and making people laugh.

kissing your yearning back in place

I didn’t want to walk away and you didn’t ask me to walk away you asked me to tell you what it’s like to be in love and instead of telling you I placed your hand over your heart and asked you to feel what it feels and I placed my hand over my heart […]

My Love Has Welcomed Me Tonight

The city I was born in appeared outside the window of the airplane, for a moment switching up the darkened airport view with the image of a dirty street and street signs that never even flicker but the streetlamps, that are on in humid August nights, do. The dunes I played at as a child […]


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