Here's my take on the reading.
Course now there is perspective through out come, but maybe this will help clarify for you.
1. Knight of pent
2. Knight of cup
3. 6 cups. ..clarifying- 6 wands.
I read like this, 1. Situation, 2. Action, 3. Outcome
1. The man who appears to have it all, may have a darker side, though he looks to the future he is there to announce change into unknown realms, could be an underworld journey or a good look at what make ones self rich (not necessarily monetary but could be)
2. Movement into the future is wrought with much emotion, fluidity is what will make or break this relationship. His wishing to be fluid or your being emotional. An opportunity or proposal (in this case you may have poured too much of your cup out) and the potential to be fooled into the "idea" of something is great because ...and this is just my take , The first two cards are knights, black and white which feels like a sense of all or nothing, they both face to the right which is a sign of moving forward, but because of the opposition in color, and then the outcome card ...
3. Is that nostalgic feeling of all things good and memories of the wonderful and innocent, but it cautions not to be swept into this as indicated by a large X behind the young boy.
Clarifying card. Generally the victor triumphant though also the bringer of great news this card however abundant in it's glory displays a ring of honor, within the ring observe whether this is "expectation crowned with it's own desire" (a.e. Waite)
Also drawing from Waites book is meanings of repeating cards which we have with 2 knights, and 2 sixes.
2 knights indicates intimacy...2 sixes are irritability
In looking at the spread then over all it wouldn't appear horrible, though looking at the finer nuances I would say it indicates trouble or at least the potential for it.
With both the knight of cups and the 6 of wands being hoped for outcomes, perhaps grounded in a idea of how things should be one can ovoid future turmoile from someone who may not be the best in the long run.
Does that make any sense?
Den of the Firebird
Out here in the perimeter there are no stars, out here we is stoned...Immaculate.