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My mother would get ready for work in the basement. She had a black and white television. The black and white TV only had three stations. It had an antenna… these little metal bars sticking out from the top of it. There was a knob you’d turn to find stations. The black and white TV played soap operas. Even though my mother worked at a factory, she had a union that protected us. I My mother would get ready for work in the basement. She had a black and white television. The black and white TV only had three stations. It had an antenna… these little metal bars sticking out from the top of it. There was a knob you’d turn to find stations. The black and white TV played soap operas. Even though my mother worked at a factory, she had a union that protected us. It was a respectable job. She wore makeup, tried looking her best. My mother would often complain that Susan Lucci never won an Emmy, that Ms. Lucci was passed up for one many times, that they wouldn’t give it to her, that she deserved it.


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My mother would get ready for work in the basement. She had a black and white television. The black and white TV only had three stations. It had an antenna… these little metal bars sticking out from the top of it. There was a knob you’d turn to find stations. The black and white TV played soap operas. Even though my mother worked at a factory, she had a union that protected us. I My mother would get ready for work in the basement. She had a black and white television. The black and white TV only had three stations. It had an antenna… these little metal bars sticking out from the top of it. There was a knob you’d turn to find stations. The black and white TV played soap operas. Even though my mother worked at a factory, she had a union that protected us. It was a respectable job. She wore makeup, tried looking her best. My mother would often complain that Susan Lucci never won an Emmy, that Ms. Lucci was passed up for one many times, that they wouldn’t give it to her, that she deserved it.

14 review for Noah Cicero’s Wild Kingdom: An Autobiographical Poetry Adventure

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    In Noah Cicero's latest book, he tells the story of his childhood via a husband telling it to his new wife during lockdown. It's a wonderful book that sees the story grow with each poem. What starts out as small tales and vignettes grow to show the whole mosaic of an upbringing. It manages to evoke a sense of youth and growing up that feels universal even while it is specific to the memories and stories that Cicero tells via his poems. This is the type of poetry book that everybody should read du In Noah Cicero's latest book, he tells the story of his childhood via a husband telling it to his new wife during lockdown. It's a wonderful book that sees the story grow with each poem. What starts out as small tales and vignettes grow to show the whole mosaic of an upbringing. It manages to evoke a sense of youth and growing up that feels universal even while it is specific to the memories and stories that Cicero tells via his poems. This is the type of poetry book that everybody should read due to the sense of transportation and the universal nature of growing up and dealing the good, the bad and the wondrous of it all.

  2. 4 out of 5

    David Catney

    these poems made me feel both nostalgic for childhood and glad to be done with it. i enjoyed them all. i highly recommend this book.

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