Four jewelled swords pointing vertically downwards, buried partially in the ground. Daisies grow up around them. The sky is a very peaceful, non-threatening sky, as if the storm from the 3 of Swords has passed. Emerald green grass leads up to a barrow.
webpage I found this:
According to ancient Celtic legend daisies appeared from the spirits of children who died at birth. God sprinkled these bright lovely flowers across the earth to cheer the grieving parents.
Later on in the article it says:
Because daisy flowers mixed with water were used to treat bruised skin, the daisy became known as bruisewort.
This card does remind me of death, but at the same time, I take into account that pre-Christian Celts believed in rebirth, so that death was not the end, but just a resting time between lives.
This also ties in with the use for healing bruises. Bruises were often gotten in fights, and battles, afterwards with the participants coming back to be healed and to rest.
It reminds me of a time in high school where a demonstration happened, and it broke the feeling of security I had in the place. All I wanted to do all day was to go home and hide in some place secure.
Or the time when my SO and I broke up for a few months, for a week afterwards, even though I pushed myself to keep going in my daily routine, the need to find some place to hide and burrow down was very strong in me.
This card represents to me, a time where the battle has just ended, its a time to recover, catch your breath, and regain that sense of security you normally have.