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"He loves me. He loves me not,” she says as she plucks the petals from a recently picked flower. It sounds cliché, but flowers are a lovely way to do a little springtime divination. Flowers don’t leave a lot of room for interpretation, so this works best with questions that can be answered with a “yes” or a “no.” For best results, pick your own flower, preferably in the early morning hours, when the possibilities of a new day are at their strongest.
Before plucking your flower, say:
Hold whatever question you have in your mind as you pluck off the petals, beginning with the affirmative answer (“Yes, it will happen!”) before moving to the negative (“No, it will not.”). The last petal will give you your answer. If the answer you receive is positive, save the petals and keep them for good luck.