The WidowWater, Waning Gibbous (7)
Keywords: Loss, grief, loss of a loved one, death of a belief or ideal
Reversed Meaning: Grieving process, recovery from a serious loss
Basic Interpretation: The Widow drapes mournfully over a grave, completely taken with the grief of her lost one. She holds a red rose; perhaps in memory of true love, perhaps as a reminder of what will never come again. This card indicates a loss. This could be a loved one's death, the theft of a cherished possession, or a loss of innocence.
Objects: A mausoleum, a statue, a painting, a shroud, a rose.
Plot Suggestions: Death of a loved one; remembrance of good times; losing hope; revisiting the site of a traumatic experience.