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Quark Soup by Magdalena Ball
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Quark Soup (2006)

by Magdalena Ball

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Quark Soup contains twenty eight poems which muse on topics like what it means to be human, love, loss, fear, longing, and transcendence. Avoiding cliché and the mundane, the poetry in this collection is accessible to the common reader, with a powerful intellectual edge and playful wit. As all good poetry should, this work uses sound, sense, and strong imagery to deal with everyday topics like depression, birth, growing old, love and death, all moving towards a large universal picture. As the title suggests, there is a strong astrophysical theme running through the poems. Most of the poetry in this collection has been published individually, in well known literary journals, as well as online in a number of respected international venues.
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