Elementia Stories

Writing

The Milkman

By Jaden Gragg

The milkman used to come up this way, Bringing us his creamy milk, and stories, back in the day. A dusty train followed him, rising up into the sky, His buggy drove low, but his spirits sang high. In my mind, I still see his horse-drawn car, And would know he was coming a mile afar, Winding the t


Never a Child

By Zoë Christianson

A class clown attempted murder today. A mother’s little boy, a child’s best friend, a teacher’s beloved terror, stood over the monster who raised his freckly faced son like the animal he’d become, clutching a knife.


The Elemental War

By Kristen Zuchowsi

It began with the fire’s havoc, then rained the wild water. Next came the dancing wind, then the fumbling forming earth. At first everything was peaceful but the elements did not get along well.


An Everyday Misfit's Dream

By Catherine Strayhall

When you dream of becoming a writer, You get stories embedded in your soul Ideas of near and far-off lands, And journeys down rabbit holes.