This is something I learned from reading Ray Bradbury's wonderful book called Zen and the Art of Writing. He suggested making up titles.
Titles can be made up from anything around you:
The Door, The Swing, The Garden, The Tree, The Coffee Mug
They can be made from bits of poems or songs:
The Dark Sacred Night
The Girl With Looking Glass Eyes
Fire and Rain
They can be mythic:
The Depression of Hercules
They can hint at fantasy:
A Fairy's Way
The Door at the End of the Universe
Or they can be whimsical:
I Want to Fly But I’m a Monkey
How I Chewed My Cud and Ate it Too
I love to make up titles. I have pages and pages of titles in one of my many three ring binders. When I want a little inspiration I read through them. More often than not a title steps off the page, or mysteriously seems to be highlighted or bolded. Many is the story and even novel that is been inspired by a title.