Posted in Music, poetry, twenty one pilots, writing Implicit Demand for Proof Posted on August 17, 2013 by SHE'S IN PRISON The title of this poem “Implicit Demand for Proof” is taken from a twenty one pilots song. This is the first in a series of poems written to the titles of their tracks. I will share a new one every Saturday. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestPrintMoreTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Author: SHE'S IN PRISON Poetry and music. View All Posts
4 thoughts on “Implicit Demand for Proof”
‘let go of the discretion that gridlocks logic’ There is a serious amount to depth and understanding to that line which should not go unnoticed. Good poem.
Thank you. Means a lot 🙂
I recently discovered the band Twenty One Pilots, and think they’re awesome. Actualy bought the 2 albums they have on itunes this morning, but have yet to listen to them. I’ve listened to a few of their songs on youtube before today, which got me hooked. Awesome poem by the way, and kudos on combining your poems creatively with pictures!
Yeah I obviously agree about twenty one pilots being awesome. Have fun listening to the albums and thanks for checking out my poetry!!