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Anonymous prompted: Kurt runs into Adam back in NY and he is wearing the ring

Kurt hadn’t been avoiding him. Not consciously, anyway. He just had been away. That wasn’t avoiding, that was going home to visit family. Right?

It wasn’t like he hadn’t been super nice about everything. He understood Kurt’s troubles and hesitations. He was gentle and tried to take things slow. He was nothing but kind and sweet. He was an amazing friend, he would have been a great something more if that was Kurt’s life was destined for. Kurt was happy to have him.

But Kurt hadn’t seen him since he’d abruptly sent a text saying their little flirtations couldn’t continue.

So Kurt kind of panicked when he ran right into him.

“Adam!”

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This is my mother’s fault. And Dani’s. Based off this:

Essentially, Klaine flirts like fools. 

Kurt let out a dramatic sigh for the thousandth time.

“You’d think they’d have told us if this was going to take more than an hour…” He mumbled, checking his watch. He and his father were at the hospital for his father’s usual check up. Ever since the cancer scare in Kurt’s first year of college, Kurt made sure to be there for every single one of his father’s checkups.

But that didn’t mean he had to enjoy them.

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What if the make out scene starts with them in the car with all the ust and then they park and Blaine asks Kurt what them going to the wedding together means because he’s been trying to avoid asking and getting to hopeful but he has to know and then Kurt says he isn’t sure and tells him about Adam and Blaine isn’t upset he just takes Kurt’s hand and says he doesn’t care and then At Last comes on and they fall silent and look at each other and Blaine kind of reaches his hand up like he’s going to touch Kurt’s face but stops half way there and then they both kind of lean in a little and then suddenly they’re kissing

For What Binds Us - Prologue & Chapter 1/5

Title: For What Binds Us
Pairing: Chris/Darren
Length & Rating: ~8200 / ~31,000 (PG - eventual R) (completed)
Summary: It’s five years after the end of Glee and Chris and Darren haven’t seen each other since everything fell apart.  When Chris shows up unexpectedly at Darren’s new home, he struggles to find out if they still have a place in each other’s lives.
Warnings:
 Brief mention of Chris/OMC, who never makes an appearance.  Additionally, Lea Michele is with an unnamed, unseen husband and pregnant with their first child.

AN: This would quite literally not exist without the weeks of endless support and thousands of text from Katie

"And when two people have loved each other
see how it is like a
scar between their bodies,
stronger, darker, and proud;
how the black cord makes of them a single fabric
that nothing can tear or mend.”

- Jane Hirshfield, “For What Binds Us”

(AO3 Link to Full Verse) (AO3 prologue link) (AO3 chapter 1 link)

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Prologue:  No Time To Regret

Chris isn’t even home when Jamie moves out.  He’s had a day full of meetings – with the last one running late because of someone’s ego – and hadn’t gotten around to listening to the voicemail Jamie left earlier in the afternoon.  He only knows his boyfriend (ex-boyfriend) is gone because there’s a set of keys on the kitchen table and a missing pair of shoes by the front door when he finally gets home that night.

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I love that Kurt says “we’ll always belong to each other” instead of “we’ll always belong together” because there’s a difference. We’ll always belong together is like we’re great for each other, we fit, we’ll make it work no matter what, and we’ll always belong to each other means that too, but it’s so much deeper than that. It’s not just we’re supposed to be together and we can make this work, it’s Kurt saying that Blaine is actually a part of him and he is a part of Blaine, irretrievably.

No matter what happens, no matter where life takes them, they as people and friends and lovers and soulmates are so connected and intertwined that they will always carry a piece of the other with them that nobody can take away. I don’t know if this is what the writers had in mind when they wrote this dialogue, but the way I take it is Kurt and Blaine are acknowledging that under any circumstance Blaine is another part of him that is as vital as an organ or a limb.