11.3 C
London
Friday, October 20, 2017
Blog Page 13

Haiku Poems – The Church Bells

Poem number 4 of my 7 days of Haiku Poems...

3 Reasons You’re Not Seeing Gains

Has your training progress come to a halt?...

How Dare You Celebrate Christmas?

Do you know the teachings of the man whose birthday you celebrate so much?...

Liberate Yourself From Insults

How to win any battle of words...

Greek-Inspired Stuffed Eggplant

A delicious dinner that satisfies all diets...

Haiku Poems – A Cup of Tea

Some much can come from a cup of tea...

Haiku Poems – The Buzzing Bee

A 3-lined poem about a buzzing bee...

Too Fabulous To Be Single, by Rosie Worsley

My interpretation of being single...

Sunday Summary – This Week On The Post

What's been happening this week on The Presto Post?...

Do you want to write for us?

Do you want a new career? The Presto Post offers an new exciting opportunity to get your voice heard and your work shown to the world. If you are a creative, a thinker, a writer or a blogger. If you have something you want to day to the world. If you any views you wish to express. Are there any ideas...

Haiku Poems – On Rain

Haiku poems are Japanese traditional style poems, which were made famous by a man known as Matsuo Basho, way back in the Edo period of Japan,  starting in the 1600's. The beauty about these poems is the simplicity. In fact, you can hardly call them poems, for they are only 3 lines. But the purpose of these elegant lines is that...

Book Talk