Wednesday, April 8, 2015

After Dinner I Had Ice Cream

21 years since Kurt Cobains body was found. 21 YEARS. That is absurd to me. Time keeps moving on without Nirvana. Life goes on. I have 32. I have lived  5 years longer than Kurt got to. He robbed the world, his wife, his daughter, his family and friends of his presence and talent. He was a generational talent. The world needs another Kurt Cobain. I am anxiously awaiting the HBO Documentary on 5/4/14 one day after my 33rd birthday. It will be the first time in a decade I will hear a new Nirvana song. A new song by Kurt Cobain in 2015. It might be the last time I get to experience that. Thats always the worst part of the story as a fan. Ive always felt a connection to the music since I grew up at the right time in this universe. I was 10 when I found Nirvana and 12 when he died. And to this day no other band has touched me the way Nirvana has. Elliott Smith came close, Jeff Buckley too. But there never will be another Kurt Cobain. Peace Love Empathy KDC, Grandma take me home I want to be alone.

Res Ipsa Loquitor 


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