Storytelling with the knight of coins

A bright youth is gearing up, venturing into new horizons. Struck by a sudden idea that was birthed out of a spontaneous impulse, the youth charges ahead, full of the fire of this new idea, forging forward into the unknown. Unfortunately for those close, loved ones are being affected by this new adventure, because it takes the youth far from the places of comfort, from those loved ones. Emotions are strained. This new adventure shocks those close but the youth is nonplussed, seeking arduously for new places, new spaces and new people. What lies ahead is not yet known, the horizon tells no tales. Nonetheless there is hope, and the youth has the tools, the will, and the ability to bring something into fruition. Positive and maybe even impetuous beginnings that might or might not lead to a fruitful harvest. The youth rolls the dices and forges ahead. IMG_20160505_225437

Published by Natalia

An eternal lover of the literary arts, I am fascinated by words and their power. I am a diviner that writes, reads, enchants, dances and dreams.

4 thoughts on “Storytelling with the knight of coins

  1. Do you like creative writing? I’ve often thought that the Tarot is an excellent tool for it. I’ve also thought that it would be interesting to use Tarot cards to tell an already existing story. Great thought exercise. It’s such a versatile deck of cards.


    1. I do love creative or all writing in general. My studies are in literature, theory and criticism. There is definitely a huge pull towards that. This is one of the reasons I love tarot so much, like you say, it is so versatile. I was thinking of different ways to approach the cards and I have read in other places about the ability to tell stories with tarot. I thought, what the hell let me try it out, and I love it. I’d like to get more elaborate but with time I guess the fluidity will come.

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