Stop me if you've heard this one before.
Q: When is a door not a door?
A: When it's ajar.
Start with a list of verbs or activities or even states of being. Make them fun, things you enjoy doing or something you can have fun palying with: kissing, skating, laughing, prancersizing, procastinating.
Now write a poem about it. Describe different ways or types of this verb or activity. Don't hold back, find ways to transform the verb into different parts of speech to describe it. Make the laugh into a world traveler, eager to share the tradition of its people. Invent a history for its tribe of laughs. Describe the icy tundra where it grew up and how it affected its outlook on life. Tell your audience about the way the laugh fell in love with a smile and what happened afterward.
Read Jeffrey McDaniel's The Archipelago of Kisses and get wacky.