Taurus is earth, force, and patience. Geminis can only be silenced by a kiss, while Cancers kiss like Terabithita. Leos kiss like movie stars, hands in hair and spotlight overhead.
Libra kisses like they love you, Virgos like they want a secret. Scorpios kiss like coffins, Sagittarius like getaway cars. Capricorns count your teeth with their tongue to make sure you're healthy enough to invest in, Aquarians kiss to solve you and defrost themselves at once, and Pisces?
When you kiss a Pisces, they mean it, "Dream Weaver" plays over a sunken radio system, time stops, and you realize the spiritual communion between two corporeal people.
This story from "Cleopatra" shows the power of a Pisces peck: Pisces Elizabeth Taylor and Scorpio Richard Burton, lost in each other, held their first kiss for so long that director Joseph Mankiewicz sarcastically said, "I'm sorry to interrupt you two..."but lunchtime.”
Alfred Eisenstaedt's "V-J Day in Times Square" shows Pisces' superpower. "Have you ever lost yourself in a kiss?" asks Pisces poet Saul Williams, my favorite meditation on making out. Psychedelic intoxication. Not only lusty petting but spiritual metamorphosis when you realized this being's brilliance was breathing into you.
Licking the edges and corners of your mouth, like sealing a thousand fleshy envelopes filled with the essence of your passionate existence and then opened by the same mouth and delivered back to you, over and over again—the first kiss of the rest of your life.
A kiss that proves the universe is aligned, love is the greatest resource, and God may be a woman. With or without God, all kisses are metaphors decipherable by time, situation, and understanding.”