Ricardo Moreno


No Thought, One Shot


I know you see this hole in my heart
You did what you did and it tore us apart
How did it feel with that gun to you're head
No thought, one shot, and now you're dead
You've been my best friend since childhood
How could you think this would be good
Because of a girl you thought was you're life
You told me one day that she will be you're wife
She came to you with a look of shame
She took off the ring and said keep you're name
There was a secret she just could'nt tell
You thought for a minute and told her go to hell
With all the sadness and anger inside
It was that something you just could'nt hide
We sat and talked for an hour or two
I thought from our chat that you would pull through
I got that call around 3am
What I heard I just could'nt comprehend
No thought, one shot, and now you're dead

Submitted: Friday, November 15, 2013

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