Short meaning: A romantic emotional young man who can be selfish but is easy to fall for. He is in love with love and cannot be satisfied with the normality of relationships. The Knight of Cups is likely to get bored after the initial chase. A potential suitor could come into your life but until you know better view it as a bit of fun rather than getting too serious.
In-depth meaning: The Subject may have started seeing someone, or could be falling in love with a Knight of Cups type. This card does not necessarily refer to an actual relationship, or indicate whether the love is returned or not, it simply depicts the Subject’s feelings and how it affects their conduct, and decisions, within that situation.
This Knight is a romantic, he loves rescuing damsels and being the hero in fairy tales. He has high expectations of love that are not realistic, or informed. He will sacrifice anything in the name of love because, as a Knight, this would be part of his duty, but his personal approach to to love is very immature. His unreal expectations of love means that he is always looking for the next romantic adventure and the boost it gives him. He is likely to move on when something comes along that he perceives as “more exciting”.
Notes on the image: This is a dreamy Knight, sure of his conquests, sure of his attraction, riding his chocolate and gold coloured horse very sedately. The colours of the sky depict romantic sunsets and the soft comfort of love. But there are no indications of drive and commitment; he and his horse are looking in different directions, indicating that he is constantly on the look out for new adventures. We cannot see any particular path he is following, he is riding aimlessly looking for his new romantic quest.