Parting Shot

    Into the Heavens

    Issue 164

    Melancholy Circus takes the boiled-down essence of influences from a life lived and examined,
    from music, literature, history, and cinema and creates plains of dissimilar existence and
    deep caves of thought that touch upon the dark irony of life.
    Unafraid to reveal, view, and display the beauty in all things,
    creates visuals and soundscapes of desire, love, life, hope, and lament.
    Melancholy Circus is the juxtaposition of dissimilarities, and isn’t that what life truly is
    when you start looking with introspection, beyond the tawny bright colors and
    start seeing with shades of loss and resolve

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