Cards combination description

not as good as you hoped, leaves you dissatisfied. 
Knight of Cups tarot card

Card 1 - Knight of Cups

The Knight of Cups is a card which depicts a young knight who is gloriously riding a white horse while at the same time holding a cup as if he is a messenger of a certain sort. Unlike the Knight of Wands or the Knight of Swords, this particular one isn t charging along with his horse. He is instead moving slowly forward which provides the entire setting an overall impression of peace and calmness. The horse is known to represent one's drive, energy, and power. The horse's color is white, which is a well-known symbol of spirituality, light, and purity. 
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Four of Cups tarot card

Card 2 - Four of Cups

The Four of Cups displays a young man sitting under a tree on a mountaintop, far from others. He seems to be in contemplation and meditation. In front of him are three cups laying on the grass while another cup is being offered to him by a hand in the air. The man has crossed his hand and legs, and he is looking down at the three cups, unimpressed, such that he cannot see the cup being presented to him by the stretched arm. The Four of Cups represents our tendency to take for granted the things that we have, making it hard for us to see what treasures the universe presents us with. We tend to have the answers to our troubles right around us, but we tend to focus too much on what we do not have.
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walking away from a relationship that has become stale or wearisome.    
healing and renewal (also of relationship, depending upon the root card leading to these two; Three of Swords and Five of Cups may show mending a broken heart).
Weighed down by official rules and regulations, red tape.
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