D Squared is a poet/spoken word artist 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 ... more »
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- Sight Beyond Sight
- The Preacha Man
- Artistic Ennui
- The Weight
- Quiet Comfort
- The Change
- I Woke Up
- Rebel With A Cause
- She Turned her Womb into a Tomb
- It Started with Adam
- Precious Gifts
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''The quest for liberation of the oppressed is derailed when its leaders are seduced by the desire to obtain the power held by oppressor.''Deborah L. Dalton, #Notes2Myself
If I refuse to forgive those who harm me, I open myself up to the temptation to inflict the same harm towards another.Deborah L. Dalton, #Notes2Myself
That which I don't accept as forgivable I either redefine as a per...
So the message is:Deborah L. Dalton, #Notes2Myself
Men are going to mistreat you, use you, and play with you, if you don't want it then stop allowing it
Men are going to cheat on you, if you don't want...
Some days the greatest blessing that God has for you is that warm smile on a strangers face.Deborah L. Dalton, #Notes2Myself
May I allow God to use me to send that blessing to a stranger in need of that today.
As I grow in ministry, I should not seek the counsel of a sole mentor. I should have several, and it is best that they don't all agree. In the midst of the chaos of their conflicting opinions, that is...Deborah L. Dalton, #Notes2Myself
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