CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIES RICHARD PAPEN - METALThe boy who craved something beautiful, shining, transcending and clutched it so tightly it rusted away in his grasp. Metal is the energy of autumn; it gives us our sense of quality and value, and our capacity to look at what lies beyond ourselves. It gives us the power to let go.
CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIES CHARLES MACAULAYWhen there is nothing left to burn you have to set yourself on fire – and that is exactly what he intends to do. Fire symbolises energy, drive and passion as well as the destructive influence of these when uncontrolled. It may also symbolise purification.
CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIES CAMILLA MACAULAY For a girl that got lost in the forest and never really came back. A bramble rose.Earth symbolises adaptability and reason, as well as the tendency of these to lead to indifference and cynicism when unchecked.
Masks and the moments when they slip x - Francis Abernathy
All of a sudden I saw myself able to see him as the word saw him, as I myself had seen him when I first met him - cool, well-mannered, rich, absolutely beyond reproach. It was such a convincing illusion that even I, who knew the essential falseness of it, felt oddly comforted.
CLASSICAL ELEMENT SERIES EDMUND “BUNNY” CORCOAN - AIRThe boy who lingered as an invisible force wherever he went, only to one day disappear into thin air. Air is one of the four classical elements in ancient Greek philosophy and science. It symbolises courage and hope, as well as the way that these can drive a person to hubris and overconfidence when taken to excess.