I wish I was less obsessed with Kurt.I wish I just listened to his music without searching behind him.I wish I didn’t care that much about his misery.It’s not his death that kills me it’s his misery that led to his death.I thought I was okay with the fact that he died miserable before I was even born until 2 days ago.My brother was watching the movie “Last Days” that was inspired by the last days of Kurt.There was a song called “Death To Birth” by Michael Pitt the hero of the movie.This song was tribute to Kurt.It was so beautiful & depressing.It inspired me to write a song dedicated to Kurt coz I’m a song writer but it was one of the most depressing songs I ever wrote.I kept crying until my face became yellow & even when I stopped crying in the middle of the next day,I’m still depressed as hell! This song is just stuck in my head,the voice,the lyrics & Michael’s sad performance.I feel so addicted to it.I’m preventing myself from listening to it because I tested myself and I literally cry every fucking time I try to listen to it.It’s a torture & I can’t get myself out of it coz I was already depressed because of my fucking life.I’m trying to stop myself from crying & feeling sad for Kurt because my tears won’t bring him or mainly won’t make him feel happy if he comes back.I need help.I need to have the ability to listen to this beautiful song without crying.I need to feel that Kurt spent some happy moments like anyone.I need help!
Summary: Kurt’s got a bit of a size-kink. Based on this prompt from the @prompt-a-klainefic blog. Chapter: 2/4 Read Chapter 1 here, Chapter 2 here Words: ~2745 (this chapter) Warnings: I guess? PWP, Size kink,
Many thousand apologies for the long delay in between chapters. Blink and weeks disappear. The final chapter should be up before the end of the week, and thanks for still reading!
“They’re a Black Sabbath tribute band, Kurt. I think they do country versions of all the songs.” Rachel scrunched her face at him. “I think it’s supposed to be ironic.”
“Rachel, we’re in Brooklyn, of course it’s supposed to be ironic.”
The bar was much more crowded than he had expected, with probably close to 40 or 50 people filling up the small space. The stage was low, but so was the ceiling and the band were already crammed up on the tiny stage when they walked in. He and Rachel bought drinks from the bartender and perched themselves near the rear.
“Are we staying for the whole show?” Kurt asked.
“Come on Kurt, Tina and Santana have been rehearsing for two weeks. We all promised to support each other in our creative pursuits.”
Kurt held his hands up. “I’m here! I’m supporting! But I fully expect you will all be there when my show opens.”
“Of course we will.” Rachel patted him on the shoulder, nodding. “I’m going to text Santana and tell her we’re here. I don’t need her to get all pissed off thinking we didn’t show.”
This video is in memory of the amazingly talented and loving Christina Grimmie. I’m honored to have known and worked with her. This video took a little longer because I wanted to make something special. I hope you enjoy this mashup of some of my favorite of her original songs as well as 2 covers that will always remind me of her. Love, Kurt
Songs In This Medley: 1. I Bet You Don’t Curse God 2. Find Me 3. Liar Liar 4. Just A Dream 5. Stay With Me 6. Advice 7. With Love 8. Wrecking Ball
- Kurt Hugo Schneider & Sam Tsui’s “Christina Grimmie medley”
As soon as I heard the title song from Jay Brannan’s latest album, I knew that I wanted to make a Kurt and Blaine montage to it, but I forced myself to wait until they got married to actually do it. Over a year later, with the gift that is season 6 of Glee, I could finally make the movie and pay a proper tribute to Kurt, Blaine, and their undying love for one another.
“Do you wanna know how I picture the end of my life? Just like in The Notebook, I’m sitting in a nursing home, talking endlessly about my high school sweetheart. My first love. Going on and on about every little detail as if they matter. Only in my version, he’s there with me, telling me to shut up so he can finish watching the American Cinematheque tribute to JLo.”