Mar 17, 2010 | Post by: Devon Knight No Comments


For what can be greater than proclaiming oneself king,
And then crowning your beloved in the same breath?

The Coronation of Napoleon, by Jacques Louis-David, as it stands in the Louvre.
Paris, France. On an afternoon of vigor and noble blood.

(The grandeur of the piece is further evidenced by the silhouette of the young woman in the foreground) – DK

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    With regard to <em>Implode</em>, certain details, locations, occurences, et al. may not resonate along your cerebral palate if read out of context. For this reason, it is recommended following the episodes in chronological order, as they appear, which requires a bit of time travel.

    The first experience occurs in January 2010 with <a href="">The Birth of Max Mulberry</a>.

    Thank you.

    For allowing me to be apart of you,
    If only for a moment.

    - DK