The suit of swords as we know represents clarity, mental activity. The Page of Swords is representative of new thoughts. He indicates the ability to demonstrate original ideas and clear thinking. He likes to make use of those things he discovers, but his immaturity often can be an obstacle as to how to make the best judgement.
As you can see in the image he holds his sword above but he is not paying attention to it. If he is not focused on his thoughts they could go off in tangents, and lead him to act impulsively, and mistakes can be made. This of course is due to his immaturity. What could this card then tell you if it appears in a reading? Perhaps it suggests that one needs to make sure of their facts before taking action. There is no place for jumping to conclusions!
Also we can take a different perspective on the way he is holding his sword. He does seem to have it perfectly balanced doesn't he? Again the sword representing his thoughts could tell us that he has mastered a reasonable balance between his thoughts and emotions. But, do not be fooled this young chap will never let his emotions take fully over.
Maybe this Young Page hasn't quite got the hang of diplomacy, but he certainly will have a way with words and the ability to make himself clearly understood.
Ok what if this Page represent you in the reading, what could he be telling you? Remember he is the start of the Courts in his suit, the youngster who is keen to learn fresh and new things, could he then be suggesting that you may need to learn something new, expand your mind etc. He's not afraid of study. Or perhaps he reminds you when trying to solve a problem whether you have all the facts to hand. He urges one to ask themselves how they can apply their objectivity best in order to get a result.
We mustn't forget that the Pages in Tarot are the messengers and this Pages message could well be one based in truth and facts. If he shows up he could be bringing you the piece of information you need or at least pointing you in the right direction to find it.
The main aspect of the Page of Swords is that he searches for information and is more than eager to learn new things.
Original Rider Waite -By A E Waite & Pamela Colman-Smith
Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc.