35 Best Four Leaf Clover Quotes And Sayings

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Looking for your quotes about four leaf clover? We have got the best collection of four leaf clover quotes, sayings, captions, (with images and pictures) about love and friendship

What is the significance and meaning: The four-leaf clover is a rare variation of the common three-leaf clover. According to traditional sayings, such clovers stand faith, hope, love, and bring good luck.

Express your heartfelt emotions to your friends and loved ones with these cute and lucky 4 leaves clover quotes and sayings.

Four Leaf Clover Quotes

  1. “I’m feeling lucky like a four-leaf clover.” ― Jennifer Lopez

  2. “You’re like a four leaf clover. Rare to find but lucky to have…”
    Best Friend Four Leaf Clover Quotes
    Best Friend Four Leaf Clover Quotes

  3. “For every four leaf clover, expect to find 10,000 three leaf plants!”

  4. “Never iron a four-leaf clover because you don’t want to press your luck.”

  5. “Four leaf clovers aren’t rare… People who look for them are.” ― Christy Jordan
    Four Leaf Clovers Quotes Images
    Four Leaf Clovers Quotes Images

  6. “If a man who can’t count finds a four leaf clover, is he lucky?” ― Stanislaw Lem

  7. “A good friend is like a four leaf clover; hard to find and lucky to have.” ― Irish Proverb

  8. “Remember, you are the four leaf clover in this three leaf clover garden.” ― Apu Pawar

  9. “A best friend is like a four leaf clover hard to find and lucky to have.” ― Sarah Jessica Parker
    Four Leaf Clover Quotes Friendship
    Four Leaf Clover Quotes Friendship

  10. “If you work, if you wait, you will find the place where the four-leaf clovers grow.” ― Ella Higginson

  11. “If a man who cannot count finds a four-leaf clover, is he entitled to happiness?” ― Stanislaw Jerzy Lec

  12. “Believing there’s no such thing as luck is very unlucky. Like, the worst. Beyond stealing someone’s lucky four-leaf clover.” ― Caprice Crane

  13. “For each petal on the shamrock this bring a wish your way. Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.” ― Irish Blessing

  14. “What do you get if you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover? You get a rash of good luck.” ― Laughs, Hoots & Giggles by Joseph Rosenbloom, 1984

  15. “A little four-leaf clover That by the wayside grew, She stooping plucked and fastened Within her dainty shoe…” ― Mary D. McIntosh (b. 1867), “The Four-Leaf Clover”

  16. “The reason so many people never get anywhere in life is because when opportunity knocks, they are out in the backyard looking for four-leaf clovers.” ― Walter Chrysler

  17. “Oh! little four-leaf clover, I will believe in you; Let those who will be scornful— I know you’ve told me true.” ― Bertha J. Sherwood, “Four-Leaf Clover,” Detroit Free Press, 1888

  18. “Oh, four leaf clover, ha! ha! ha! I think a little fraud you are, But whether false or whether true, It’s only fun to hunt for you.” ― Mary D. Brine, “The Four Leaf Clover Song,” 1884

  19. “I’ve always been drawn to the four-leaf clover. It’s deeply significant to my sister and me, so much so that we both have had it tattooed on the inside of our wrists.” ― Natalie Imbruglia

  20. “If you meet a cross-eyed person you must plunge into the grass, alongside the chilly ants, fish through the green fingernails and come up with the four-leaf clover.” ― Anne Sexton

  21. “Oh, four-leaf clover, ha! ha! ha! I’ve hunted near, I’ve hunted far, And now I’ve found you, tell me true What luck will come to me thro’ you?” ― Mary D. Brine, “The Four Leaf Clover Song,” 1884

  22. “One leaf is for hope, and one is for faith, And one is for love, you know, And God put another one in for luck — If you search you will find where they grow.” ― Ella Higginson (1861–1940), “Four-Leaf Clover”

  23. “A four leaf clover my gift to you. Please share this lucky clover on your wall with all of your family and friends. May all who share this on their wall will have luck, health, wealth and happiness brought to them.”

  24. “The shamrock is a religious symbol. St. Patrick said the leaves represented the trinity: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. That’s why four leaf clovers are so lucky, you get a bonus Jesus” ―. Stephen Colbert

  25. “Imagine if we were all magical leprechauns, and every wish ever made on a four-leaf clover obliged us to help others obtain their wishes. Now imagine if people simply lived like this were true.” ― Richelle E. Goodrich

  26. “I found it.” “People find pennies,” Gansey replied. “Or car keys. Or four-leaf clovers.” “And ravens,” Ronan said. “You’re just jealous ’cause” – at this point, he had to stop to regroup his beer-sluggish thoughts – “you didn’t find one, too.” ― Maggie Stiefvater

  27. “O little four-leaf clover With leaves of emerald hue, I’d roam the wide fields over To get a glimpse of you. More sought than any flower That grows in field or dell, Luck upon thy leaves has power, Fate has bound thee with a spell.” ― Mary D. McIntosh (b. 1867), “The Four-Leaf Clover”

  28. “Besides, the shamrock is a religious symbol. Saint Patrick said the leaves represented the trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. That’s why four-leaf clovers are so lucky — you get a bonus Jesus.” ― Stephen Colbert, “Ireland’s Shamrock Shortage,” The Colbert Report, 2010

  29. “A clover that sprouts four leaves, rather than three, is a mutation and is considered ‘lucky’ according to Irish mythology. Why? According to Celtic lore, each leaf of clover represents something special. One leaf represents faith, one hope, one love and, and if a fourth leaf is present, that’s luck.” ― Leslie Le Mon

  30. “Ilse and I hunted all over the old orchard to-day for a four-leaved clover and couldn’t find one. Then I found one in a clump of clover by the dairy steps to-night when I was straining the milk and never thinking of clovers. Cousin Jimmy says that is the way luck always comes, and it is no use to look for it.” ― L. M. Montgomery, Emily of New Moon, 1923

  31. “In four out of every five watches brought us to be regulated, repaired, or cleaned, we find some token. Sometimes it is a bit of ribbon or lock of hair, or a rose petal. But oftener it’s a four-leaf clover. The four-leaf clover is a love-token always. It is by the maiden fair given to her lover, who tenderly stows it away in the back of his watch-case.” ― Jewelers’ Weekly, 1887

  32. “On feeling desolated and unlucky, I drenched myself in a rain-shower. All at once, a dear one send forth a rare and unusual four leaf clover. I rest assured that it would bring my lost faith, love, luck and hope. From the bows of engulfing grief, it would definitely help me unrope. My senses charged with this belief, and I got ready to insolence ahead. Was it the lucky clover or drudgery that near me failure didn’t dread?” ― Shweta Gupta

  33. “I’ll seek a four-leaved shamrock in all the fairy dells, And if I find the charmed leaves, oh, how I’ll weave my spells! I would not waste my magic might on diamond, pearl, or gold, For treasure tires the weary sense,—such triumph is but cold; But I would play th’ enchanter’s part, in casting bliss around,— Oh! not a tear, nor aching heart, should in the world be found…” ― Samuel Lover, “The Four-Leaved Shamrock,” Songs and Ballads, 1839

  34. “I noticed that all the prayers I used to offer to God, and all the prayers I now offer to Joe Pesci, are being answered at about the same 50% rate. Half the time I get what I want, half the time I don’t… Same as the four-leaf clover and the horseshoe…same as the Voodoo Lady who tells you your fortune by squeezing the goat’s testicles, it’s all the same: 50-50. So just pick your superstition, sit back, make a wish, and enjoy yourself.” ― George Carlin

  35. “Lounging upon the emerald green Whose slope the trees of the forest screen, A family group are searching over The triune leaves for the four-leaf clover… A bird dropped down from its perch on high, A butterfly aimlessly floated by: They too in the green and drifting over Seem counting the leaves for four-leaf clover. Like rarest beauties of heart and of mind, So rare things in nature we seek to find— Ah, loveliest spot the gaze may cover, That vine-sheltered knoll of sweet white clover.” ― Emily Thornton Charles (Emily Hawthorne), “Hunting the Four-Leaf Clover,” 1886


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