Stories or poetry that doesn't really fit
into any of my other defined categories. This section comprises
the "serious" works.
A poem written about Rogue and Gambit's relationship.
"The Charlotte Stories"
A series of stories in which Charlotte, an original character, is
a mutant telepath who gets involved with Wolverine and, by extension,
befriends the other X-Men.
Stories involving Rogue are archived here.
by Galaxia Alpha
Rogue spends a quiet moment of peace in the sky.
"Could've Been Worse"
When Gambit shatters his knee, permenantly damaging it, he has to
cope with his loss of mobility. Written for Kaylee's Disability
by Allen Sumner
When Rogue and Gambit visit New Orleans for Mardi Gras, they find
themselves wrapped up in a dark woman's desperate plan to exact
vengeance from the people who killed her. A Rogue and Gambit/The
(Warning: Mature language, descriptions of
Rogue witnesses something that breaks her heart and opens her eyes. (Warning: Sexual content)
"Feel All Right"
Logan and Rogue spend some quality time together.
"For My Daughter"
A woman in Mississippi writes a long-overdue letter to her daughter.
"For Old Time's
With Psylocke near death, Rogue and Angel fly to Britain to pay
their respects to her family.
"The Giving Tree"
by Lady Shalott
A tiny tree brings Rogue and Gambit together at Christmas
Excerpts of some of Rogue and Gambit's arguments come to light in
this answer to Em's 350-word challenge.
"Human No More"
by Danae Bowen
Rogue slowly dies of a progressive illness that strips her of her
powers and then her health.
"Little Words, Big Lies"
by Diamonde & Fictives
When Magnus breaks up with Rogue, he tries his hardest to deny that
the separation bothers him.
"A Man in the Garden"
A talk with a man at Mystique's funeral leads Nightcrawler to reconsider
his relationship with his "mother."
"A Prize for Three
by Dark Mark
Carol Danvers becomes Ms. Marvel, then Binary, then Warbird -- and
suffers all the physical and emotional pain of being one of comicdom's
most traumatised superheroes. A fantastic series.
"Queen of Hearts"
by Alx Tsagalidis
Rogue and Gambit express their frustration about their inability
to touch in this poem constructed mainly out of lines from the comics.
by Thaise Pavarine
A poem about Rogue's powers and the affect she has on the man who
"Sestina in G Minor"
Written for Tilman's Poetry Challenge, this is a poem written in
sestina form about Gambit and Rogue's relationship, from Gambit's
point of view.
"A Shiver in the Shadows"
by Phillippa DaCosta
When stalked by a shadow, Rogue wonders whether she's still in control
of her life and soon discovers things aren't quite what they seem.
The shadow, becomes more than a chance meeting, but a fight for
survival against a brutal killer.
A unique take on Rogue's feelings toward her powers.
"Something Just Like Weeping"
by Amanda Sichter
Rogue gets married and finds that "normal" life isn't
as nice as she'd hoped. Especially when it includes abuse.
(Warning: Mature themes, including not-so-subtle
hints at domestic violence.)
"Dreams to a Reality"
by Aimee Boling Sze
Rogue's husband's abusive behavior finally drives her to the breaking
point, and she kills him and permenantly absorbs his mind into her
own. When she seeks refuge with the X-Men, she must walk the fine
line between sanity and insanity, truth and lies. The authorized
sequel to "Something Just Like Weeping."
(Unfinished. Warning: Mature themes,
including not-so-subtle hints at domestic violence.)
by RogueStar and Alexis
When Mercy LeBeau comes to deliver some news to Gambit, she falls
in lust with Iceman and chaos ensues.
A number of poems written by the prolific fanficstress about the
"A Special Day"
Gambit decides to give each of the X-Men a special gift. A remarkable
story by an up-and-coming four-year-old writer.
"The Star of David"
On the eve of an X-Men mission to Germany, Rogue begins to have
very real nightmares dealing with Holocaust atrocities.
For someone like Rogue, the sense of touch can mean any number of
"Walk with Me"
Jean Grey-Summers deals with being diagnosed with breast cancer.
"What Colour Are My Eyes?"
Rogue recovers from an impulsive use of her powers. Poem.
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