Definition: using one’s imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of creative work.
Origin: 1859 - from “creative”: 1670s": possessing the quality or function of creating, “imaginative;” “creative” first seen used by Wordsworth; earlier version of the word “creativeness” from 1800s.
Go walk in nature and
There in the wholeness of the high trees
And the whispering arches of the clouds,
Allow yourself to be silent,
Alone with your ideas,
Allow your discomforts to disown you,
Puzzle pieces that seem disparate
Will fit together on the page, on the canvas,
Or in your smile,
Be still, be open,
Is here with you.