However, if rough draft means "I'm done because, frankly, I've spent enough time on you and need to move onto something else and I might come back to you later," then yes, I have plenty of those. For me, even years after I've written something--and I now have written more blog entries than I have anything else, by the way--I have to say that I will revise what I've written. Reasons for revision are simple--you find a new way, tighter way of expressing something. Maybe, you can tidy up your thinking or sentence structure.
I like to think of "rough draft" writing--writing that is never finished--as a way of "Sloppy thinking getting fit." For fun, I used BigHugeLabs.com to make this poster (try it, it's easy!) from something Stephen King allegedly wrote when he was 10 years old...it reads like Stephen King!
I added my quote, "Sloppy thinking getting fit," at the bottom.
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