Deborah "D Squared” Dalton is a poet/spoken word artist, domestic and sexual abuse advocate and survivor, currently seeking to poetically share the divine revelations gained while engaged in worship, study, and prayer.
She was born in St. Albans, Queens, New York. Being brought up in a military family, she had the opportunity to be raised all over the world. While enrolled in a pre-engineering program at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. While enrolled, she was an active member of the John McLinn Ross Players and performed in the following plays: The River Niger (Wilhelmina Brown) , Tobacco Road (Ada Lester) , Othello (Desdemona) , A Raisin in the Sun (Beneatha Younger) , Aladdin's Lamp (Mother) , Fences (Rose Maxson) , and The Shadow Box (Beverly) . She received an Irene Ryan Acting Award Nomination and an Acting Achievement Award in the Southwest Collegian Regional Competition. She has written several books of poetry, and currently wrapping up a project titled “Life After the Resurrection: A journey of Spiritual Discovery”.
She received her degree in Mechanical Engineering from Prairie View A&M University. After working for 15+ years in the construction industry in various project management and design functions, she decided to commit full-time to her calling to engage in ministry.
Finally, reached the goal
in step with what was done before
now focus on the job
make sure no more time is robbed
sharing has been a joy
catalyst for more
though so many were rushed
done they will be after applying
fighting the impulse to
come out from under that rock
walk, don’t crawl
pick up head
lift up shoulders,
exorcise named spirits,
shame and embarrassment,
serving no one,
no one at all
Earning the trust of another Mirroring their thoughts and/or their words Partnering with them in their reality Awake to the root of their fear Taking the time Holding the space Yielding to the move of the Spirit.