BORN WITHOUT PREJUDICE; United we sacrifice!


We are people born without permission.. not given a choice in parents, family, race or religion.

We were not given classes on life nor taught truly about naughty and nice.

Now that we’re old though it’s up to us to decide … throw all that shit out the window and lets be one .. UNITED!

#screwraceandreligion its time we #UNITE! #oneworld #allcountriesunite

… summer bradshau, your poetic mistress 2017 copyright and contiguous


YOU EVER BEEN SINGLE …but your heart was in a relationship?

purgatory living
purgatory living

#FakeLove by Summer Bradshau
you ever been single but your heart was in a relationship?
well it goes a little something like this ….
sitting here, my mind is always on you
wondering, what you doin
im out, doing my own thing …my mind, you make it rain
no matter that i do what i do … my faithfulness, it waits for you
you make me smile, i say your name, my empty nights
your fun-filled days .
you don’t even know, my heart beats for you
you’re living your life yet my heart is in a relationship with you
my mind intertwines with all aspects of us
im single … but the way my mind is made up …
it truly believes it belongs to you.
how do you end a relationship in your heart?

by Summer Bradshau © 2015

$17 VISTAPRINT worth $70 what a steal and a deal for business or home

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Makes you wanna just print that and keep it on file … lol you kind of need one these days lol

2013 copyright, Summer Bradshau your poetic mistress

The image of me

Imagine my sultry style and sassy finesse with pretty brown eyes and stoutly smile sipping tea on my terrace in Paris. My hair is flawless and my shoes are French. My clothes are the perfect photo of beauty. ..

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Now take this same image of me and imagine me standing in front of the local liquor store waiting for a ride and now your image of me is that of a prostitute, same girl, same clothing, same smile, just different location. Now your view of me has changed. I no longer have potential and I no longer am beautiful…

I am whatever your mind has created me to be. I am … the image of me!

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copyright Summer Bradshau, your poetic mistress 2013

Only the lonely

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Only the lonely by summer Bradshau

As I sit here, I wonder am I at peace? I take a sip from my drink. I am alone. I sigh a sigh that only I can hear but the whole world can feel. Each breath I take has a meaning of its own. I wonder why am I alone.

I try to speak without words. I can’t explain what I feel because I don’t feel a thing. I wonder why I am not at peace. Each breath becomes deep. I sigh a sigh that only I can hear but the whole world can feel. I try to imagine, my heart skips a beat. I sigh, I cry. I wonder why. ..

I am still alone. A vision comes before me and takes me by the hand. I go to a place that I have not been before. A smile comes on my face. I sigh a sigh that the whole world can hear but only I can feel.

I no longer am lonely I have found peace within…

copyright Summer Bradshau, your poetic mistress

EASTER … do we continue to lie to our children? True Meaning!








story; the resurrection of Jesus Christ

teaching; a bunny comes, layes pretty eggs, we eat chocolate and ham and call it a day!

TRUTH: Jesus was killed and rose after 3 days in the tomb to save us from our sins

Where did the easter bunny orginate from? and please share with us how the hell a bunny lays colored eggs? says:

Rabbits and hares

The hare was a popular motif in medieval church art. In ancient times it was widely believed (as by Pliny, Plutarch, Philostratus and Aelian) that the hare was a hermaphrodite.[3][4][5] The idea that a hare could reproduce without loss of virginity led to an association with the Virgin Mary, with hares sometimes occurring in illuminated manuscripts and Northern European paintings of the Virgin and Christ Child. It may also have been associated with the Holy Trinity, as in the three hares motif,[3][6] representing the “One in Three and Three in One” of which the triangle or three interlocking shapes such as rings are common symbols. In England, this motif usually appears in a prominent place in the church, such as the central rib of the chancel roof, or on a central rib of the nave. This suggests that the symbol held significance to the church, and casts doubt on the theory that they may have been masons’ or carpenters’ signature marks.[7]

Eggs, like rabbits and hares, are fertility symbols of antiquity. Since birds lay eggs and rabbits and hares give birth to large litters in the early spring, these became symbols of the rising fertility of the earth at the March Equinox.[citation needed]

Rabbits and hares are both prolific breeders. Female hares can conceive a second litter of offspring while still pregnant with the first.[8] This phenomenon is known as superfetation. Lagomorphs mature sexually at an early age and can give birth to several litters a year (hence the saying, “to breed like bunnies”). It is therefore not surprising that rabbits and hares should become fertility symbols, or that their springtime mating antics should enter into Easter folklore.


Main articles: Easter egg and Egg decorating

A bunny and eggs
The precise origin of the ancient custom of decorating eggs is not known, although evidently the blooming of many flowers in spring coincides with the use of the fertility symbol of eggs—and eggs boiled with some flowers change their color, bringing the spring into the homes. Many Christians of the Eastern Orthodox Church to this day typically dye their Easter eggs red,[9] the color of blood, in recognition of the blood of the sacrificed Christ (and, of the renewal of life in springtime). Some also use the color green, in honor of the new foliage emerging after the long dead time of winter.

German Protestants wanted to retain the Catholic custom of eating colored eggs for Easter, but did not want to introduce their children to the Catholic rite of fasting. Eggs were forbidden to Catholics during the fast of Lent, which was the reason for the abundance of eggs at Easter time.[10]

The idea of an egg-laying bunny came to the U.S. in the 18th century. German immigrants in the Pennsylvania Dutch area told their children about the “Osterhase” (sometimes spelled “Oschter Haws”[11]).[12] “Hase” means “hare”, not rabbit, and in Northwest European folklore the “Easter Bunny” indeed is a hare, not a rabbit. According to the legend, only good children received gifts of colored eggs in the nests that they made in their caps and bonnets before Easter.[13] In 1835, Jakob Grimm wrote of long-standing similar myths in Germany itself. Grimm suggested that these derived from legends of the reconstructed continental Germanic goddess *Ostara.[14]

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