Served on A Platter

An elegant party

At a simple cottage

With friends gathered 'round

Through the music and dancing

A faceless man rises

Unnoticed by the large crowd

She reaches in

Scooping out his heart

Let it boil, let it simmer

Caterers march around

In their mint-colored suits

Serving it on a platter

For the pudgy woman in the corner

He feels betrayed

Yet there's nothing he can do

She's gone behind his back

Then stabbed him in the chest

And there she sits

Over in the corner

Snug in the arms of another man…

The man she loves most