Disclaimers: I do not own Glee or anything familiar.

Songs Used: Marry You by Bruno Mars

So, it's the end. I want to thank all of you for everything.

Epilogue

Kurt was walking down the halls trying to avoid the chaos surrounding him in the hallways.

Kurt Elizabeth Hummel was 21 now, living in New York with his wonderful boyfriend. He couldn't wait till he was home and saw Blaine after a long day of work. It was three weeks into October, marking the day Kurt transferred all those years ago. He opened the door leading to outside, struck by the chill air and sound of the rustling leaves.

It was dark already, and Kurt wanted to hail a cab fast in order to get home. As a yellow cab pulled up beside him Teenage Dream started playing from his pocket. Kurt pulled out his phone as he opened the door and settled himself inside. 'Go to Central Park - Love, Blaine xoxo' the text read.

"Can you take me to Central Park? Thank you." Kurt asked in a soft, musical voice.

As the cab passed the buildings and skyscrapers Kurt let his mind wander.

Who would have thought he would have been on Broadway already. College was amazing, he went to NYADA for two years. As soon as he graduated he landed himself a leading role in Rent. During that year he tried out fashion, he made himself personal clothing and some people noticed the unusual yet creative designs. Kurt was actually a designer for some musicals here and there since then, earning himself the title of one of the fastest and most successful Broadway newcomers to date.

Of course people knew of his boyfriend, he was THE Blaine Anderson. As soon as the Warblers won Nationals they were all offered scholarships and full rides to pretty much any college of their choice. Blaine was offered a record deal that he couldn't pass up. As soon as they left off to New York, Blaine went to the studio to record. While recording he went to school in NYU. Within weeks of his first single being released he was on the cover of magazines and interviews on television.

The cab pulled to a stop and Kurt dug through his pockets, handing the cabbie a twenty dollar bill. He climbed out of the taxi and searched for Blaine.

All of a sudden there was a tap on his shoulder.

"It's a beautiful night,
We're looking for something dumb to do.
Hey baby,
I think I wanna marry you."

Blaine twirled Kurt around, grinning.

"Is it the look in your eyes,
Or is it this dancing juice?
Who cares baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

Well I know this little chapel on the boulevard we can go,
No one will know,
Oh, come on, boy.
Who cares if we're trashed got a pocket full of cash we can blow,
Shots of patron,
And it's on, boy."

Kurt let out a laugh as he ran alongside Blaine.

"Don't say no, no, no, no-no;
Just say yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah-yeah;
And we'll go, go, go, go-go.
If you're ready, like I'm ready.

Cause it's a beautiful night,
We're looking for something dumb to do.
Hey baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

Is it the look in your eyes,
Or is it this dancing juice?
Who cares baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

I'll go get a ring let the choir bells sing like oooh,
So what you wanna do?
Let's just run boy.

If we wake up and you wanna break up that's cool.
No, I won't blame you;
It was fun, boy.

Don't say no, no, no, no-no;
Just say yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah-yeah;
And we'll go, go, go, go-go.
If you're ready, like I'm ready.

Cause it's a beautiful night,
We're looking for something dumb to do.
Hey baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

Is it the look in your eyes,
Or is it this dancing juice?
Who cares baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

Just say I do,
Tell me right now baby,
Tell me right now baby, baby.

Just say I do,
Tell me right now baby,
Tell me right now baby, baby.

Oh, it's a beautiful night,
We're looking for something dumb to do.
Hey baby,
I think I wanna marry you.

Is it the look in your eyes,
Or is it this dancing juice?
Who cares baby,
I think I wanna marry you."

Blaine whispered the last line into Kurts ear, holding him close. He got down on one knee and reached into his coat, pulling out a black box.

"Kurt, when I met you I thought you were beautiful, you still are. I can promise you this: To always love you, to defend you even I know you're wrong; to surprise you; to always pick up your phone call no matter what I'm doing; to bake you cookies at least twice a year; to kiss you wherever and whenever you want; but mostly, just to make sure that you remember how perfectly imperfect you are."

"So, um - Will you marry me?" Blaine asked as he peeked from under his lashes.

"Yes, um - completely yes!" Kurt pulled Blaine from the ground and wrapped his arms tightly around Blaines waist, pulling him close.

Kurt Elizabeth Hummel was living his dreams in New York City with Blaine Anderson.

He was home.

I will never say goodbye to you (all). - RainbowMusician