Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Five of Cups

I'm not sure whether I have the stamina to do the entire deck, but here is one (selected randomly from a shuffled pile.)
Five of Cups

The Five of Cups: Loss and bereavement, but not all is gone. There is still some hope, as represented by two cups that are not spilled out. Not sure if this means bad news is in store for me personally.

Inspiration comes loosely from the Rider-Waite Tarot, below. You can read about the full meaning here.


  1. Oh that is brilliant! I love your take on it! It is slightly homorous and thus less solomn and anxiety-provoking than the original. Yours has more of a self-inflicted air to it. Or am I siply over thinking everything again? Simple answer - saw it, loved it!

    For anything on the subject of death or bereavement to bring a smile to my face right now is amazing. You have talent!

    1. You (as always) are too kind, Mel. Sorry to hear of Tiger. I hope you find you've got a few full cups within reach, also.