A writer without a purpose writes without purpose.
All he writes is noise and noise.
Yet, does that mean what he writes isn't worth noting?
For words to be organized in such a way, surely can't be chalked up to purposelessness.
Could there be purpose in the noise?
If a baby cries, no person would chalk it up to randomness.
Like the cries of a baby, perhaps there's something urgent in the purposeless writers' writing.
Like the baby, perhaps the only way to let his struggles known is to write noise and noise.
Maybe this writer without purpose writes with a purpose after all…