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Breaking Bad (Heisenberg Poem)

Updated on October 4, 2013


Once a timid science teacher
Lost out in the private sector
Changed his life to deter
Family’s loss from death’s dark specter

Reaching out to a former student
He intended to disrupt
Contact with buyers imprudent
Soon the business would corrupt

Hair loss from the cancer
Was replaced with a goatee
New product was the answer
Because of purity

Business was not drugs or money
He built his great empire
Found out land of milk and honey
Was nothing to aspire

Lives destroyed at every turn
All in the quest for power
Then his lack of real concern
Haunted his final hour

The Show

I actually didn't start watching the show until it was a few seasons in. I started from the beginning in season one through Netflix and quickly got caught up. In my own personal opinion this is the greatest show ever written. The writing and plots became better with each progressive episode. The character development was phenomenal. Whether you loved or hated the characters you felt something for them. If you haven't seen it yet, I hope that I made the poem vague enough that you won't have too much ruined for you.

© 2013 Eric Niehoff


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      Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

      A great read and thank you for sharing.

      Enjoy your day.