“Little Things Mean a Lot” by Kitty Kallen



Most of the poems and reading we share have been found by the couples we have married. Some of the poems we share are the classics known to all. Many of the other poems are small gentle snapshots into the love heartland and  captures the special unique glances of two particular lovers. Many of the feelings of two unique lovers are universal, having been shared at one time or the other by countless other lovers. This gem, “Little Things Mean a Lot” by Kitty Kallen, is one of those lovely snapshots into the depth of the shared universal ordinary  displaying the profound meaning of everyday love.

Send me a kiss from across the room
Say I look nice when I’m not
Touch my hair as you pass my chair
Little things mean a lot.

Give me your arm as we cross the street
Call me at six on the dot
A line a day when you’re far away
Little things mean a lot.

Don’t have to buy me diamonds or pearls
Champagne, sables, and such
I never cared much for diamonds and pearls
‘Cause honestly, honey, Little things mean a lot.

Give me a hand when I’ve lost the way
Give me your shoulder to cry on
Whether the day is bright or gray
Give me your heart to rely on.

Send me the warmth of a secret smile
To show me you haven’t forgot
For now and forever, that’s always and ever
Little things mean a lot.

 

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Why no images on our blog?  Wedding images come and go and there are so many and so varied. We feel it is the words you share with each other, during your wedding ceremony, that are some of the most significant and intimate words you will ever share and, like gems, are personally yours.

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