Instead of writing sentences and paragraphs, you can write webs and connections. Write a word in the center of the page and draw a shape around it. Write down a word for one of the things this word reminds you of, draw a shape around that, and connect it to the first word. Draw in a third word that you can connect to one of the other two. Then a fourth word and a fifth, each one connected to something you have already written.
Feel free to be inventive with your shapes and the ways in which you draw the connections.
After you have done this for awhile, you have created a web of connections that can serve as “notes” for a second page. Choose a small area of that web of connections and expand on it on the second page.
You can expand it by writing about it in sentences and paragraphs. Or you can expand it by re-drawing it, perhaps with more refinement and detail.