For the dVerse Prosery prompt, we write prose that includes a line from a poem. This line is given in the prompt—you do not choose it. Our Prosery piece must not exceed 144 words.

I don’t know why I was surprised every time love started or ended.

I use the same MO every time; they begin and end the same way.

Married guys are the biggest challenge so those are the ones I go for. The best part is when the flirting and games evolve into infatuation. This takes some time, especially if they still love their wives. But when it finally happens — and it always does — I get a nice little rush, like a drug.

To hook ’em and hook ’em good, I make sure the sex is absolutely phenomenal.

And that’s pretty much all there is to it. After they’re really into me & start making noise about leaving the wife and marrying me, I cut them loose. Game over!

I mean, seriously. Who wants a guy who you know for certain screws around on his wife?

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