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2 of Swords
by bec

Description & Symbolism
Card Meaning
Artistic Media
Artist's Bio

Description & Symbolism

A white lily symbol for mind and thought and a red rose symbol for heart and feelings. The yellow ribbon is blindfolding the two flowers, yellow symbolizing wrongness, fakeness, cowardice; meaning the blindfold is there and it makes one blind, but it is a matter of choice to remove it.

Waters are stirred but there is also a sunburst, meaning yes feelings are out of control but there is no storm here. The two little swords by the stalks are like scissors, but looking at the size of them they might not even be able to cut the flowers. The flowers seem to have no root, but for that to be true they wouldn't be there like that in the first place.

Card Meaning

My interpretation is that the person we usually see there is far stronger in heart and mind than they think and that the blindfold will fall if they choose to.

Artistic Media

Paint Shop Pro.

Artist's Bio

bec lives in Denmark. Her passions are her two daughters, Anastasia and Benedikte, tarot, reflexology, Bach flower remedies, and anything out of the ordinary.

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