A Thirst Against

What are the motifs in A Thirst Against by Linda Gregg?

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A paradox exists when two opposing concepts exist at the same time. "A Thirst Against" is an exploration of paradoxes on several different levels. The first and most obvious one is the one mentioned in the first two lines: humans have a natural desire for order, but coexisting with that desire is a conflicting desire that is against order. In some ways of looking at the world, these could not have equal appeal.