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Paul Moosberg

Rookie (6-25-82 / Texas)

A Beautiful Mind Intro

Comes to start with, black in heart then
Light will shout the, world comes out light’s
All around the, gold is found to
Border sea then, a marquee to
Start with U and, backlight too it
Will disperse the, universe is
Coming here it’s, shining clear then
The dot com will, cease to calm
Right NOW fade black, as it goes back
And then it’s gone, nothing to dawn
The moon is ice, with clouds like vice
A fisher’s line, shows mirror’s shine
From moon to cloud boy, fishing loud the
Lettered moon a, D real soon that
Hides behind the, clouds entwined a
Greater word not, said or heard pass
Ing across to, end the toss of
Words that smirk while, dreaming work
T M it fades, with more black daze
That made this all, and brought to call
The black order to set border
What will appear, out comes a tear
To ripple pond, and let it spawn
With golden tips the picture strips to
Calm the piece for, its release the
Final one to, starts the fun
Imagine this, a final bliss they
Are renown to, go on down for
These three men are, shown again as
They present to, show content of
What this is This genius wiz Here it is Here it is Here is
A, a, beaut, beaut, ti, ful, mind, mind
A, a, beaut, beaut, ti, ful, kind, kind
A, a, beaut, beaut, ti, ful, mind, mind
A, a, a mathematicians won the war

Submitted: Thursday, July 13, 2006
Edited: Saturday, December 03, 2011

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  • Rookie Mary Nagy (9/7/2006 9:11:00 AM)

    I haven't actually seen the movie but what was interesting is that I could clearly see the start as you were describing it. The dreamworks thing with the kid fishing off the moon? If I'm remembering right.... an interesting thing to attempt. Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Paul Moosberg (7/13/2006 7:55:00 AM)

    it actually goes with the classical music at the beginning credits of a beautiful mind. i am just describing what i see and how i feel to the beat of the classical music that is playing when the movie starts. i figure i am going to try to poem out the whole movie like this, to the beat of the music on the movie. (Report) Reply

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