| I am a Poetry Admin for /|
the new home of what used to be DLD!
A blurb about DLR:
"Daily Literature Recognition is a community of writers dedicated to recognizing the work of Literature artists on deviantArt.
By showcasing one featured Daily Deviation per day the Literature Community Volunteers provide the community with a showcase of excellence in Literature. In contrast, we will be showcasing excellence with a series of literature pieces each day here to serve the community. We are a diverse group featuring several pieces of quality literature every day.
In such a large community many artists feel that their work goes unnoticed. We are here to help change that!"
And I am here to help THEM help you..help..yeah you get it
I accept suggestions for POETRY only:
Suggestions are to be sent to me via note
2 suggestions maximum per Note.
Don't send your suggestions to more than one admin.
Include a link or thumb to your suggestions, and a brief description on why it should be a DLR.
Self-suggestions are welcome
I will accept any form of poetry.
I accept all genres as well
However, I do favor poems that:
Are emotionally heavy
Are unusual/creative in their structure.
Masters the use of imagery
Involves some aspect of horror (I’m a sucker for the grim and gore)
Please note: DLRs are not DDs. DD suggestions are to be sent to the CVs (for fan-fiction).
Remember, a deviant can only be featured once every month!
~~My Daily Lit Deviations~~
May 12, 2013
Featured by thetaoofchaos
Bait and SwitchBougainvillea blooms
"Nature has duped the poet - an eloquent victim."
Feb 17, 2014:
Suggested by: OHiNeedTea
Featured by: hypermagical
Fear NotBe the sky that I
Suggester: "Your eyes are pools of
stepping stones." is just really beautiful.
My Daily Deviation
September 23, 2013
Featured by Nichrysalis
Life on DisplayShe had grown up in a world
"Life on Display by *Medoriko is a cascade of image upon image composed wonderfully to a point where the poet presents the thought behind the piece, leaving everything to bridge together brilliantly for the reader".