I agree with Axle, the tone really makes this sub. It was a fun little read; the kind I enjoy. This is another great little gem brought to the surface by the Daily Highlight.
Elemental Gems though... Harnessing the power of nature in a pretty rock. I really like that it isn't just a magical amplifier, it's affects nature. This either implies that the mages of the setting manipulate nature itself, or that this item is more intended for nature-themed spellcasters (Like Druidic or Shamanistic types).
Too often we see Magic as a force that binds the world together, I think. This piece makes me see a world where Magic is a byproduct of the natural world. To make a flame grow, to increase the force of a previously gentle breeze, summoning storms, calling lightning strikes, altering river currents, rapid plant growth, and such.
Good stuff, this is.
Hrm. So, let's see: (1) If you put a lot of power into gems it makes gems powerful, (2) Someone did, therefore (3) This gem is uber, (4) The end.
Extremely pedestrian, and combined with the choppy, ungrammatical, misspelled writing style, this was a Not Ready For Prime Time sub.