Mom Art Workshop March 22 at MassArt

Mom Art Workshop

What MOM Art Workshop: Learn to Paint + the Art of Haiku Where Massachusetts College of Art and Design 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA (edit map) North Hall Room 181 The Event Catalyst! Julie Chen, an artist and MassArt student, is curating a Mom-inspired art show for the week of Mother’s Day. She has graciously volunteered her time and space in her show … Continue reading

Enter Our Poetry Contest with Heartache to Healing

This July Trauma to Art is teaming up with Heartache to Healing for a poetry contest. For many of us there are several hurdles between inspired ideas and putting pen to paper. The first barrier perhaps is writing something we are proud of and something that means something to us. When I wrote the poem below (and … Continue reading

Loss – A Poem

Heart breaking Twisting Shattering Smashing Into A million pieces I try To fix myself But it’s not The same Tabitha Jayne is the founder of “Transform Grief. Live Fully. Thrive Loss” coaching and workshops which help busy professionals reduce the stress of bereavement in already stressful lives and create happier, healthier, more meaningful lives in … Continue reading

Love – A Poem

By Tabitha Jayne If you love something You let it go. If it comes back then You know it is for you. Even death is no barrier. I stood and let you go Knowing that physically It would be final. Yet it is not. Still you are here. Comforting me When I am at my … Continue reading

On the Other Side

By Tabitha Jayne I see you looking at me Like I´m looking at you. We are both uncertain, Unsure what to say. I want you to acknowledge That my world´s upside down. I want you to recognise The pain that´s inside. I want to scream out, I want to cry. But the moments been lost, … Continue reading

Family Bonds – A Poem

By Tabitha Jayne You are my brother and always will be Not even death can take that away from me. The love we share is everlasting A bond that can never be broken. I hate saying I miss you but It´s true. Every day. The fights, the chats, the small things Mean even more now … Continue reading

My Grief – A Poem

This feeling burns inside my veins Raging like an ice cold fire. It consumes every fibre of my entire being Coursing through my thoughts as a panther stalks its victim. It hides behind a smile and a laugh Yet always there waiting, silently building strength. As days go by the intensity grows Time should heal … Continue reading

Let’s Hear Those Rhymes. March is Poetry Month!

A Poem

This month Trauma to Art is focusing on poetry. Currently I am in New York for a workshop and to see some amazing friends. While sitting in a cramped Starbucks on W 35th and 8th, I purchased this poem from a gentleman with a very compelling sales pitch: “Does anyone have a quarter for a … Continue reading