A universal symbol of luck, the Clover stands for short-term fortune, one that is momentary and fleeting in nature. Your chance is now and you should seize it because, the next minute, it may be gone for good. Act quickly or who you perceive as the love of your life may turn to another, your dream position may get occupied, or your winning ticket may go into the hands of somebody else. You have your chance but only until the delicate four-leafed clover withers. Its timing is one of the briefest in Lenormand and its effect is almost immediate.
In addition to (some might say dumb) luck, card number two can stand for surprises, usually those of the positive kind. Wait and see what fate has in store for you just around the corner! As long as you don’t expect miracles, you should be pleased with the outcome. It’s a fling rather than love, a small win at the gambling table rather than a stable job. When describing a person, it denotes one with a happy-go-lucky attitude but can also stand for someone who enjoys an occassional game of cards. In the context of health, it foretells a turn for the better.