1st Line by Arthur D. Casciato
9:52 PM | Author: Paul Mullin
1st Line by Arthur D. Casciato

Zsa Zsa was late again — he always was — but this time it had nothing to do with marriage.

At an earlier time, Arthur D. Casciato was A-Rod’s doorman in Seattle. Nowadays his home race track is Monmouth in New Jersey. He is proud to have had two poems, “transversions” of Catullus, appear recently online at Poor Mojo’s Almanack, the first time he’s been published by a giant squid.
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