Another possible interpretation is that someone else took your swords and left you with only two... and you feel bereft and inadequate, and downright betrayed by the loss of those five swords. The thief didn't feel they could do without them, however, and maybe they tried to leave you at least something? Look at the guilt on his face. You caught him in the act. .. but he's already out the window and falling backwards ... there's no turning back now. Can you let him have the swords without holding blame over him? Don't forget the 5 of Wands here, either, as the emotions created by this can war with your physical wellbeing.
excerpt from reading by Donna
Another interpretation of Seven of Swords
We also need to look at any pressing fears or worries and ask ourselves if, realistically we actually KNOW we have something to worry about. If we are objective and honest when we answer the question, very often we'll find we are feeling down in the mouth, and are actively looking for things to get anxious around. We can do this just to try to take control of a day on which we feel out of control. And it probably does us no good at all.