"Mom, the plane has been hijacked," Kurt whispered softly to the answer machine of his step-mother's cell phone. "I don't know what is going to happen. The pilots are dead, and the hijackers are flying the plane. Finn is with me
He hung up the phone, taking Finn's hand within his own.
"I'm scared," Finn admitted softly, tightening his grip on the other's hands. "I don't want to die this way."
Kurt didn't bother telling his step-brother that they weren't going to die. Whether they wanted to admit it or not, everyone on the plane knew what was going to happen, so Kurt simply smiled sadly at the man.
When the two boys were attending college, Burt and Carole had decided to take a small vacation, but when Kurt and Finn had a week off, they got on plane seventy-seven to join their parents.
The plane took a dip, and Kurt choked in a breath. People around him began to cry and throw up in fear, but Finn and Kurt remained still and quiet.
"We should have stayed home," Finn whispered, but Kurt shook his head.
"We can't change what is happening-
The plane took another dip, and it was obvious the end was near. Kurt pulled his phone back out. He called his father to let him know exactly what was happening and how much he loved him. Next, he called Carole.
"Mom, I love you so much," he handed the phone over so Finn could murmur his goodbyes into the answering machine before handing the device back. "Don't' worry, Mom, we're going to crash, but it'll be fast." His voice was unnaturally calm, yet tears gather at the corners of his eyes.
With that, he hung up. "Finn, you've been everything I've always want as a family. God, I love you so much." Finn kissed him softly.
"Don't say goodbye, Kurt. I'm here with you; I love you, too."
The plane shook, and Finn grasped on to Kurt. "Focus on me, Finn. Don't be afraid. There is no one I would rather be with during my last few minutes."
The men clutched to each other while the plane flew top speed. Wide blue eyes met terrified brown orbs. Finn's bottom lips trembled while he stared at the other's horrified face.
Although screams and cries filled the air, the last thing the men felt was the warm embrace of their tender embrace.