However, you choose to express your creativity, today is a great day to do so.
Interesting, to me at least, is the ancient Greeks did not have a specific word for creativity. But they did have the word ‘poiein’ ( which means ‘to make’) applied specifically to ‘poiesis’ (‘poetry’) and the ‘poietes’ (‘poet’ or ‘maker’).
Today there are many synonyms for poet including versifier, rhymester, lyricist, sonneteer and troubadour. Do you have a favorite term for poet?
Here’s today’s haiku:
National Creativity Day
using words to share
Beauty, Truth or Love may help
Thank you, readers for motivating me with your words.
So true. We never know how our words can touch someone. Wonderful piece.💕
I like the term wordsmith as well. Thank you for sharing your musings Uncle Pat. A heartfelt bow of gratitude for your presence.
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Thanks for the reminder, Ari. Wordsmith recognizes the craft involved.