Kurt's Lampshade Piece
Kurt Hummel was happy; even though his dad had made him apologize to his soon to be step-brother for basically getting him in trouble. He decided to let his crush go and focus on being a star...at something.
"Hey Kurt," Finn Hudson said as he entered into Kurt's new bedroom.
"Hello Finn," he said organizing his room.
"Can I talk to you?"
"What happened at the old house," Finn said sitting on the edge of Kurt's bed. "This is comfy," he muttered as he bounced slightly.
"Go," Kurt said as he sat crossed legged at his vanity.
"I'm sorry..." he started.
"You've already said this," the shorter brother interrupted.
"I'm not done," Finn said softly.
"It's cool. Like I was saying, I'm sorry. I should never have used the F word. It was wrong and you didn't deserve it."
"But you were right," Kurt said. "I see that now."
"No, Kurt. We're brothers now and we need to bury all the crap that could come between us so that we can be cool. I don't want to just brush this off," Finn said.
"Ok, so what can I do?"
"Here," the tall teen said as he pulled a small curved piece of something familiar.
"It's a piece of that lamp."
"Ahh, the infamous lamp," Kurt said taking it from him. He thumbed the black and white design while he waited for Finn to continue.
"I saved that and I want you to have it," Finn said with a wide smile.
"Because, this way if I do something to make you mad or something you can look at that and always remember that no matter where we are I'm your brother and I would never hurt you on purpose," Finn explained. "I meant what I said Kurt."
"When?" Kurt asked brushing his tears away.
"At the reception. We're brothers and I love you," Finn said with a smile. He took a deep breath and began to sing, "And when I see your face, there's not a thing that I would change. 'Cause you're amazing. Just the way you are."
Kurt rose from his vanity and hugged his brother tightly. Finn returned his hug.
"Thanks Finn," Kurt said releasing him.
"You're welcome Kurt," Finn said before he left his brother still clutching the square piece of their lamp.