TITLE — long distance.
WARNINGS — mature content and some swearing.
WORD COUNT — 2,901 words.
AUTHOR’S NOTE — i can’t even believe my last fic got over 300 notes, that’s insane, thank you so much. uh, this was supposed to be short and smutty but the angst in me came out to wreak havoc. it also turned out much longer than i intended (story of my life). and that fluff bit at the end? i don’t know her. anyway, hope you enjoy it, thanks for reading !

You’re woken up at 2:09 AM by a constant and nagging vibration, the glare of your phone guiding you as you blindly reach for the device. Through heavy-lidded eyes you study the name displayed on the screen and the sappy emojis that follow.

It’s your boyfriend.

“Hey,” you say, voice dripping with dread and worry, and fatigue. It’s silent on the other end safe for some rustling and just as you’re about to call after him, there’s a muted groan.

“B-bae?” He sighs into the transmitter—a sigh of relief. “Fuck,” he sobs. “I miss y-you. I… fuck.” Another sob. “Baby?”

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‘how is it so easy for you to be kind to people?’ he asked 

milk and honey dripped from my lips as I answered, 

‘because people have not been kind to me ‘


Chopin - Impromptu no.4 in c# minor, “Fantasie”

In another twist of historic irony, it was a surprise to me to learn that Chopin almost had this work destroyed. This piece which would rise to become one of his more popular works was almost lost to time, if it weren’t for his friend and fellow pianist Julian Fontana. This impromptu was written before his other three, in his mid-twenties, but was published posthumously by Fontana. No one is certain exactly why Chopin didn’t like this piece, but the best and most likely possible reason is that it is very similar to the last movement of Beethoven’s ‘moonlight” sonata. Probably a move to avoid criticism, feeling it was musically weaker than his other works. But when I first listened to the Fantasie-Impromptu, I felt like I’d entered a new world of music. Growing up, I only knew of pop songs that my cousins and friends listened to, I was never a big fan of music. But when I discovered Chopin, I realized there was an entire universe of unheard music waiting for me, and this piece was among the first I’d listened to. The central section is lovely if not repetitive, and the combination of this calm aria with the intense Beethovinian storm that sandwiches the work, the ending simple coda of repeating that melody in the bass while the right hand ornaments above it…it makes me think of the music of the stars.

Try to Sleep (ASMR)
Try to Sleep (ASMR)

Contains: all whispers, normal voice, gliding ocean wave-like sounds, words of comfort and encouragement. 

So, I know that it’s taken forever since you guys heard an audio, and it’s going to be a while before I get my regularly scheduled programming back to normal and I’m so sorry from that. However, I didn’t want to leave you guys hanging without an audio until then, so I decided to fill in the blank with what I wanted to help with, something I’m currently trying to struggle through: going to sleep. 

A/N: This is also super spur of the moment. I literally recorded it like, a half an hour ago. I know it’s probably disappointing that it’s not Yuri and I apologize, but I thought this would be better than nothing. If you guys want me to make more of these, by all means please tell me and send me ideas for triggers you guys may want to hear (I’ll make an “ASMR triggers” tag for it). Thank you so much for listening! Goodnight!


A colab piece between the amazing @dyeingdoll​ and myself.
Background and lighting effects By: ME
The beautiful and soft Yuri and Victor By: dyeingdoll

I like to this this is what happened on the beach after the ending Credits XD

im advancing to sectionals in impromptu and instead of practicing i made this. the quality is kind of garbage because i was having difficulty with the programs i was using but here take it


Mitsuko Uchida