Hey everyone! Thank you so much for all your amazing feedback for the last chapter! I'm glad you all enjoyed it!

So this is going to be the last chapter BUT have no fear, I will do an epilogue so you can hold for another chapter :) I want to thank everyone for following this story and I'm so glad you all enjoyed it as I have enjoyed writing for you :)

Sorry for the shortness of this chapter, I struggled getting it out and sorry for any mistakes!

Chapter 17: Morning after

Kurt woke with the sensation of someone stroking his cheek. His eye lashes fluttered against cheek and finally they opened. Kurt blinked away the haze and smiled as he saw Blaine smiling adoringly at him.

"Morning," Blaine murmured and Kurt sighed happily, letting his eyes fall close again.

"Morning," he croaked, his voice still laced with sleep.

"I hope you don't mind me breaking in but I couldn't wait to see you," Blaine said and Kurt cracked open an eye. He noticed that Blaine was already dressed in his uniform. He looked to his clock and saw that it was five thirty in the morning.

Kurt reached out an arm and tugged Blaine so that he was lying down next to him. Blaine shuffled so that they were both comfortable and Kurt rested his head on Blaine's chest.

"I have something to show you," Blaine said and Kurt hummed in response. Blaine pulled back his blazer and displayed his wrist. Kurt's fingers traced his name and his breathing hitched.

"It's beautiful," Kurt smiled. Kurt's name was now a mixture of light red and light purple – which invokes romantic and nostalgic feelings and the standard inky, rich black.

Blaine lifted Kurt's wrist and looked at his initials and gasped. "Kurt have you seen this?"

Kurt frowned and looked to his wrist and bolted up, sleep forgotten. BA had extended and now read Blaine Anderson with his own colours mixed in with it. Kurt looked down to Blaine and gave him a breathless smile. Blaine eye's were wide and he broke into the most beautiful smile that Kurt had ever seen.

Kurt leant down and placed his lips on Blaine's, pushing his body flush against Blaine's and carding his fingers through Blaine's gelled slick hair and setting it free. Their lips moved in sync, tongues rolling against each other in a passionate dance. Kurt whined and pressed himself closer, Blaine wrapping an arm around his waist to keep him close.

"This is the best way to wake up," Kurt panted, his hot breath fanning across Blaine.

"Hmm," Blaine hum in agreement, nipping down Kurt's jaw line. "Defiantly." Kurt gasped as Blaine licked at a particularly sensitive spot on his neck. "I love you."

"Love you too," Kurt said on a high pitched whine. Blaine smirked against Kurt's neck and gently pulled away, rolling them so that Kurt was pinned beneath him.

"How are you feeling about yesterday?" Blaine asked and Kurt smiled up at him.

"Good," Kurt smiled. "I'm happy that I know what the Calligraphy means now."

"I was really worried something had happened to you," Blaine said, gently stroking Kurt's cheeks. "You're emotions were everywhere and I didn't know where you had gone. I think I gave mum and dad a heart attack."

"I'm sorry," Kurt apologized.

"What happened?"

"Raven, Santana's sister, she told us about them and then she gave us something to drink. I think she called it a spiritual Journey," Kurt explained. "Anyway I – Blaine you're going to think I'm crazy."

Blaine frowned, watching as Kurt cast his eyes down so he didn't have to look at Blaine.

"Kurt, I'm not going to think you're crazy," Blaine assured him. "You can talk to me about anything."

Kurt squirmed and Blaine waited until Kurt lifted his eyes back to him.

"I saw my mum," Kurt whispered and Blaine kept his face neutral. "We, we were having a tea party like I used to when I was little and we were in my old house. She spoke to me, told me she loved me and that she was happy for us." Kurt whimpered and looked away again. "I am crazy aren't I."

"You're not crazy," Blaine smiled softly at him.

"Feels like it," Kurt muttered. "I miss her."

Blaine gently rubbed his thumb over Kurt's cheekbones and rubbed his nose against his. "I'm sorry."

"I- it was just so nice to see her again," Kurt whispered, sniffing slightly and tears welling up. Blaine gently rolled off Kurt and scooped him into his arms, holding him close. "Even if it wasn't real."

"It was real to you," Blaine murmured. "It was real Kurt."

Kurt sighed and buried his face into Blaine's neck, drawing in the warmth that Blaine was surrounding him. He just wanted to stay in Blaine's arms forever but sadly they were losing time and had to go to classes.

Eventually Kurt lifted himself up and placed a chaste kiss on Blaine's lips before grabbing his uniform and disappearing into the bathroom to change. His cheek heated with the thought of Blaine just outside as he stripped down and changed. He made himself perfect before stepping back into his room, Blaine waiting.

"We have a few minutes before breakfast," Blaine said, sitting up and sitting on the bed. "Do you want to talk about your mum?"

Kurt padded over to Blaine and curled up against next to him, resting his head on Blaine's shoulder.

"Not really," Kurt sighed. "Not yet anyway. I'm still trying to wrap my head around it."

"Kurt, do you mind if I ask how she died?" Blaine asked hesitantly. "You don't have to tell me, not if you don't want to."

Kurt took a deep breath and threaded his fingers through Blaine's. "We were in a car accident. She was taking me home from school and a car ran a red light and slammed into us."

"Oh Kurt," Blaine gasped. It was far worse than he imagined. He never thought that Kurt would have been there when his mother died.

"She died at the scene. She got us out of the car and made sure I was okay and held me in her arms," Kurt whispered. "I don't remember much of it, I was fairly out of it." Kurt looked to Blaine and his eyes widened. "Don't cry, I didn't want you to go."

"You've been through so much," Blaine whined, sniffing. "It's not fair Kurt."

Kurt cupped Blaine's cheek and wiped away the tears that rolled down his cheeks.

"Blaine," Kurt smiled softly. "Yes, I had a hard childhood but you have to realise something."

"What?" Blaine sniffed.

"I have you now," Kurt smiled and fresh tears welled up and spilled over Blaine's eyes. "And you are everything to me."

Blaine cupped the back of Kurt's head and pulled him into a kiss. "You're everything to me too," he breathed and Kurt smiled.

He linked their fingers together and stood, pulling Blaine up along with him.

"Let's go get some breakfast," Kurt smiled and Blaine nodded, happily letting Kurt drag him out of the room. He smiled brightly as he thought of the calligraphy on his wrist. There was no way he could ever let Kurt go. He had finally found his one true love and with him, they could take on the world and achieve anything they put their minds too.

With Kurt, they would get lost in their own little world and live happily ever after, the end they have always dreamed of.

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