Swords — Birds of Paradise
The wands suit, represented by woody tree trunks, is associated with creativity, intuition, and imagination. Picture a magic wand in your hand and using it as a conduit to create everything you want and need. We might not get what we want, but [if you try sometime, you find] we get what we need!
With the suit of wands comes the ambition of a young wizard with endless capabilities and options. There is a wave of inspiration washing over you and you are fueled with unparalleled ambition.
Surf that wave of inspiration as far as it takes you and revel in the fruits of your efforts and creativity. However, It is impossible to evade the occasional failure. You can take those experiences and transform failure to growth as if by magic.
The suit of swords is represented by the birds of paradise flower in Floriography Tarot. This unique flower's sharp and protruding edges are like a bunch of swords extending out from the middle.
In the tarot, the swords suit is symbolic of logic, reason, and the pursuit of justice. Note how the Justice card holds a sword in her hand—a symbol of the immense power yielded by those people and organizations enforcing justice.This sword can indiscriminately slice through any obstacles, but you must ensure that the power is being used for the greatest good.
The swords refer to the power of our mental faculties, logic, intelligence, and even instincts as they are sharpened over time.