Vinegar.



Tax Recipe


- Please run a bath. Add old blood, skin
oil and swab to slick surface, with only
enough light for reflection.

- With busy hands add various cold
objects one by one, such as suit-froth,
scraped earning, enamel, automotive
glass and many poor shoes. Mush.

- In the thickening dark, grope for your
customers with clag grip and wet body.
You need not address them but simply
feed
, giving no thought to thinking
solids.

- Now for cooking: turn-on all hot
technologies, or with bought permit
quickly crack the earth below the bath
until rising heat bubbles the surface.

- Hand raw steaming lumps over, try to
not splash your gravy. Don't worry, no
body understands the mirror colour.
NOW BE STILL AND RELAX. Like all
baths, this is long-term.

- A few last jacks: check you have
turned-on the pumps, remember
bathrooms are private and that no one
likes rough
so leave smooth to go on
backhanding - with trust, with trust,
ok?


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blade
shove
spathula
tendril
little leg of lamb
little palm branch
finger leaves
palm heart
prickly pear
cow's tongue
devil's
spadix
strike
clapper
patella
brown, bare
spathe of palm
stroke
thumb



bugloss
leech finger
ear finger
mother tongue
fork
push
shoulder
astutter
gristle
pan
passis
manibus
bitten tongue
sur facere
bovine
dumb
want
glossolalia
throat
to bear

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Not to everyone's taste, vinegar is a liquid containing acetic acid which is produced in the fermentation of ethanol by bacteria. As the most easily available mild acid, vinegar is used in a great variety of industrial, medical, and domestic settings, most commonly in cooking and cleaning.

Sometimes acerbic, sometimes sweet, and the product of a long process of fermentation,Vinegar will be a home to new poetic forms and concepts.

Vinegar is an online publication for contemporary poetry by emerging visual artists and art writers run by Sheena Colquhoun and Georgia Robenstone.

Contact: info@vinegar.press