Officer of the Peace

BY: RuthW

WOfficerofthPeaceTo protect and to serve.
It's my motto
as an officer of the law
and as a person of faith.
I'm here to protect
my family and community.
I'm here to serve
the people and my Maker.
Guide me to the people
who need my help
and enable me
to restore the peace.

 

 

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