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This section is reserved for any random musings and works that don't fit under any other category. Rather than omit them from the site or try to put them somewhere I felt they really didn't belong, I just throw them in here. The result is a hodgepodge of poetry, fiction, metafiction, non-fiction, banned or disallowed stories and poems, and much, much more. So, sit back, relax, and take a look at this bizarre little goldmine. You might just find a gem or two.

Fiction


These stories don't quite fit in...

  •  Broken Cask (Edgar Allen Poe's Works - The Cask of Amontillado/The Lady or The Tiger?, Crossover, Rated K+)
  • Allegro con Agitado (Marching Band, based upon true events, Humor, Rated K)
  • A Due (Marching Band, Humor/Romance, Rated K)

Poetry


This poetry just doesn't belong anywhere else!

  • Ironae Dramata (Shakespeare's Works - The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, Haiku)
  • Starcrossed (Shakespeare's Works - The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Acrostic)
  • Stalking Abroad (Edgar Allen Poe's Works - The Masque of the Red Death, Limerick)
  • Competition (Marching Band, based upon true events, Free-Form)
  • OboeLand (Marching Band, based upon true events, Rhyming)

Everything Else

 Lists, song parodies, and more.

NOTE: The link to the original "ASOUE Is" list was previously removed due to a breach in privacy I only just discovered (my full name and the name of some of my family members were included in some of the list entries). It has since been edited to remove the issue, and the link to the new, edited version has been reposted, so if you had the old list from circa 2005-2006 in your favorites you might want to update your links. If anyone who knows me IRL (or at least knows my full name) sees another privacy breach like this in an old story of mine, please let me know immediately, and I will replace it or fix it ASAP. I apologize for any confusion or other problems this might have caused, and I will do my utmost to remain more vigilant to these sorts of privacy issues in the future.