Seasonal Horoscope: Pisces (Feb. 19th-Mar. 20th)

By: Stefanie Baptista

Campus Life Editor


Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming… In comes the wave of the Pisces! There’s plenty of fish in the sea, but there’s no one quite like you, Pisces.  Your symbol is two fish swimming in a continuous circle, which kind of represents the circle of life. Were you in The Lion King or something? 

You’re the last of the twelve zodiac signs, so I guess we’re saving the best for last, right? Anyway, I see a lot of good coming upstream for you this season. You are very conscious of those around you, which can only mean good karma. Your ability to adapt to any circumstance, whether good or bad, is also quite admirable. You just go with the flow, bro. The fact that you’re a water sign helps, too. You know, currents and tides; they flow.

Despite being emotionally aware of how other people feel, you are not very intune with your own emotions. Ain’t it hard keeping it so hardcore? Because I’m off the deep end. Oh, Neptune, please reel those in. 

Something else I, the Sun, admire about you is, believe it or not, your dance moves. They’re… adventurous. You glide across the floor like nobody’s watching. But I am always watching. Dancing with the Stars called, they said they’re interested!  

All in all, you’re a mixed bag. Like the saying goes, there’s plenty of fish in the sea, but I think everyone’s fish needs to be a Pisces.


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