If you like to use words in your art, I really, really encourage you to look for words that have meaning to you and compile them in a little notebook.
It's a little jading to see the same handful of words used over and over again when a language is full to brimming with so many interesting and beautiful terms. A handful of words have been so overused that, in my opinion, their meaning has become diluted if not lost.... words like: dream, believe, fly.
Go to your library and pull out some poetry books. Let your eye tease out words that speak to you, attract you. Dip into your own books, look for words that leap off the page. It's a very personal thing. That's how I do it.
There are words in other languages (you don't have to speak them) that resonate, and I usually come across them through music. Through Brazilian music, which I've always loved, I got saudade: it's a Portuguese term that describes the nostalgia of happy times past. It's pronounced differently from the way it's written and it sounds soft, almost heartbreaking. Madrugada (the dawn) is another word I love.
So, do dream and fly, but don't forget the myriad words that can make you dream and fly....