Before the Creative Process
There is a three-letter word I love.
Crammed full of possibility, hope, and dreams
Able to reframe a dead-end thought in one fell swoop.
The ‘just add water’ of any recipe.
Capable of taking any self-defeating thought—
I’m not creative
I’m not very good at this
I don’t have enough energy
I don’t have enough resources
I don’t have a true artist’s eye
And turning it into hope and possibility—
I’m not creative…YET.
I’m not very good at this…YET.
I don’t have enough energy…YET.
I don’t have enough resources…YET.
I don’t have a true artist’s eye…YET.
I’m not the artist I want to be…YET.
Yet says we can do it.
Yet says we are capable.
Yet says it’s coming.
Just because something hasn’t happened
And it seems delayed or not in step with how we expected it to arrive
Or it hasn’t transpired the way we’ve seen it happen for someone else
YET changes the view.
One little three-letter word makes anything possible.
We are all works in progress. We aren’t yet what we will be.
At this time; for the present.
Up to a specified time; thus far.
At a future time; eventually.
One of the most beautiful words I know of.
‘The best is yet to come and won’t that be fine.’
P.S. You can share your thoughts by leaving a comment below. AND If you found yourself humming/singing the last line by Frank— I thought you might like listening to the song!