Srry it took so long, but here's chapter 2! I really didn't mean for the story to turn out this angsty so srry bout tht. But plzzz tell me wat u think!

"Karofsky, we need to talk," Blaine growled as he stormed down the main hallway of McKinley toward the Neanderthal.

"Hey hobbit, where's lady face?" Karofsky greeted.

"Kurt's is at Dalton, where he's safe from you." Karofsky looked a little hurt by that, but Blaine didn't care, he was through being nice. "I'm here because I wanted to have a little chat with you about staying the hell away from my boyfriend."

"You can't tell me what to do, Kurt doesn't belong to you."

"Well he sure doesn't belong to you either," Blaine shot back. Karofsky took a step towards the shorter boy so that their faces were inches apart.

"You just wait prep boy, Kurt's going to realize one day that we belong together."

"Yeah, not going to happen. You really expect Kurt to go out with you after you beat him up?" Blaine shouted, angered by the idiots ignorance.

"What?" Karofsky froze. "I didn't beat Kurt up." This really pissed Blaine off, now he was denying it.

"Oh is that why Kurt's in bed right now with bruises?"

"He is?" The jock actually looked surprised, but Blaine wasn't buying it.

"Yeah and he told me it was you!"

"Blaine I swear, I didn't beat Kurt up," he sounded sincere. Something wasn't adding up.

"But then why….?"

"I think whoever really beat Kurt up, told Kurt not to tell you," Karofsky said patting Blaine's shoulder as he left.

"Kurt, why would you lie to me?" Blaine whispered to himself.

Kurt looked at himself in the mirror, god he looked horrible. He hoped the bruises would heal soon and this mess would be long forgotten. When he had woken up this morning he had secretly been relived that Blaine was gone. Just looking at his boyfriend made Kurt feel incredibly guilty. He'd lied. He was a horrible boyfriend and he knew it, but it was to protect Blaine so it was ok. Right? Or at least that was the logic Kurt was trying to put into his mind. His mind would have none of it though because he just kept thinking liar, liar, liar! He didn't deserve Blaine. Kurt had been really only been thinking of himself when he told Blaine that Karofsky beat him up. He didn't want Blaine to know what really happened, because Blaine would probably be disgusted with him and dump him right on the spot.

He heard a knock on the bathroom door.

"Kurt you in there? We need to talk," Blaine's voice was soft and sad. Oh god he knows, Kurt thought. Kurt stepped out of the bathroom. Blaine was sitting on the loveseat.

"Sit," he said, patting the spot next to him. Kurt slowly walked over. He knew what was going to happen next and he wanted this to take as long as possible so he could enjoy being Blaine's boyfriend for just a little longer. "Kurt, why did you lie to me?"

"I don't-."

"Yes you do," Blaine interrupted wearily. "Who really beat you up?"


"I'm not mad Kurt. I just want you to be honest with me."

"I-I jumped out my window," Kurt whispered. Then he waited, waited for Blaine to just walk away from the sad mess of a boy he was.

"W-what?" Blaine stuttered, his eyes widening.

"I got a phone call and the person said 'you're such a fag, why don't you just jump out a window'. I thought I would be safe at Dalton, I thought people forgot about me…" Kurt trailed off his vision blurring with tears.

"Kurt," Blaine pulled the taller boy into his arms. "Please don't ever try to do that again." Kurt nodded, the tears staining Blaine's uniform.

"I don't want to disappoint you Blaine. The next day I regretted it. It was stupid and I'd had a bad day and and…."

"Shhh, it's ok baby. I understand," Blaine's voice was soothing and Kurt felt like he could stay in Blaine's arms forever.

"I love you Blaine."

"I love you Kurt," he smiled at the blue eyed boy. Kurt leaned over and placed his lips firmly on Blaine's. He's worth living for, Kurt thought as he got lost in their kiss.