September 13, 2017

Photography by Amy Nemecek

Amy Nemecek lives in northern Michigan with her husband, son, and two cats. Her poetry and prose have appeared in The Windhover,Topology, The 3288 Review, Mothers Always Write, Foliate Oak, and Indiana Voice Journal. When Amy isn’t working with words, she enjoys taking long walks along country roads and watching baseball. She shares her thoughts on writing and life at www.beloveddelight.wordpress.com.






Autumn Keys


Drops of Mercy


Infinite Light


Seed Pinwheels


The Road Taken


The Wood Between the Worlds


Triune Harvest



© Amy Nemecek



3 comments:

  1. Love your photos! Especially like "Seed Pinwheels" -- gorgeous -- and "The Wood Between the Worlds".

    Cindy Bousquet Harris

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