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Date: Mon, 19 Mar 12:00AM PDT)
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Subject: Suzanne Malveaux - CNN -
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Suzanne Malveaux............
Thinking of Suzanne, saying her name in my mind and after a deep exhale, the immediate inhale has me smelling roses and a delicious wine while I stare across a table with fine white linens and soft candle light. She is glorious. She is as rich as the Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon in which she holds beneath her perfect nose – her delicate hand pausing while her eyes reflect the velvety red of the earthy wine. Suzanne is the person I would most like to spend Valentine’s Day with. I smile inside and out when she comes on the TV screen. She is beautiful. Whether she is standing with the backdrop of Crawford, Texas or  the White House, she commands my respect in an austere manner as if I was in Austria – in Vienna with dignitaries and royalty.
                                                                                                    Who's this who leads me to you against my will,
alas, alas, alas,
bound and confined, though I'm still free and loose?
If you can chain others without a chain,
and without hands or arms you've drawn me in,
who will defend me from your beautiful face?

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