My Vision Is Everything For Me-Since I Am A Police Officer

I am on watch, for you.

On guard, for the finest moments,

Of your life, for you.

My vision can perceive via,

The sea of curtains, and the human soul.

My cloudless vision can see,

Through your deeds,

And all before me,

Grandeur or peril, nevertheless,

I go ahead to meet regardless.

I treasure my visions,

and my aspirations,

Since, they are the epitomes of my soul.

My vision of excellence pursues,

In whatsoever my cognizance ensues.

 I have a dream of a blissful tomorrow,

For you,

Protected and serene,

My vision is not a daydream.

It is as real,

As the moon, the stars, the sunrise,

And twinkle in your eyes.

I am the vision of your today,

And tomorrows to come.

My love, my spirit, and my fortification

are my gifts for you,

Oh! Yes my blessings,

 And my prayers too.

The Vision of Daniel

The Vision of Daniel (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

© Samina Iqbal, 2014

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About saminaiqbal27

I am a free lance writer who loves to write on social issues in particular. I am a house wife and my husband Dr. Shams Iqbal offers all the support and encouragement so that I can pursue my passion for authorship and other cause which is dear to me. My lifelong mission in life is to offer my support for the police officers who need to be supported and protected by general public like us. My inspiration to do this comes from my personal experiences of some of the greatest police officers whom I have witnessed do great deeds for the good of humanity. I am so inspired and fascinated to support this law enforcement group. On the other hand I like music, movies specially classics, I am a fashion geek, English and American literature are my passions.
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43 Responses to My Vision Is Everything For Me-Since I Am A Police Officer

  1. its true, most of our safe hours are their contribution.

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  2. “My vision is not a daydream.” Love this line, Samina. Beautiful!

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  3. Oh Samina, this is absolutely beautiful! Well done,

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    • Thanks so much Ellie my dear friend. I am so happy you find my words from my heart beautiful. You make my day and thanks once again for such encouraging and kind words. Take care and God bless.

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  4. So very awesome! Your poem is wonderfully written and is special to me, as my Father was a Police officer in Philadelphia for 26 years before he retired and my youngest brother and His wife are both Police officers there now! Thanks for the blessing Samina! God bless!

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    • WOW! I am really touched by the appreciation and encouragement from someone who is a great writer and poet like your good self my friend. I am equally impressed with the fact that you have the honor of being a son and a brother and brother-in-law of our protectors. How lucky you are since you know those, first hand, who are superior human beings among us all. Thanks for sharing your personal story my friend. Take care and God bless.

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  5. nightlake says:

    This was brilliant, Samina

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  6. God bless that vision and huge heart!

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  7. Samina, you have such a subtle and lovely way of “opening our eyes” to some of the most important things to see around us. Many thanks and congrats on another beautiful post!

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    • WOW! Shelley, thanks for such kind words for me and my post. I honor your appreciation, and it serves to encourage me to strive for even better. Thanks a million my friend and God bless.

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  8. Hi Samina ,you captured the very essence of the duty of a policeman ,God bless.jalal

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    • WOW! Thanks Ed. for making my day. I feel really honored by your kind words my friend. You take care and God bless. I hope the weather improves and you feel safer to drive and warm on your adventurous journey of life.

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  9. Patty B says:

    It was indeed beautiful, like jalal said you captured the very essence of the duty of a police officer.

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  10. reocochran says:

    This was a lovely tribute and testimony towards the effort and heart of the police and people who serve their communities. I love the fact that the word, “epitome” was included that this meant their quest and heartfelt service was with the center and focus being others. Thank you for this, Samina! It is always good to read this blog for its wonderful and caring words shared here. I enjoyed finding out, also, through the comments, that Wendell Brown’s father was a policeman and his brother and wife are, also. Take care, Robin

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    • Thank you so much Robin. Your beautiful words of encouragement always cheer up my spirits. I am glad you like my using the word “epitome”, and you are so right our protectors protect us selflessly and we are the center of their focus. I was also very glad to learn that Wendell Brown’s close family members are in the police service. No wonder he is such a great and noble poet and writer. You are such a wonderful story teller my friend, I enjoy every account very much. Take care and God bless.

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  11. Samina, you’ve painted with your words a beautiful picture of protection. What a wonderful post!

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  12. Jixi Fox says:

    I feel it… excellent photo choice :)

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  13. WordsFallFromMyEyes says:

    This is beautiful, hopeful, strong, comforting. Really beautiful piece, Samina, and full of respect.

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  14. Maxima says:

    This is beautiful,Love this

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  15. Amy says:

    Our daily heroes!

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