So Seen and saw don’t add up, we come to vision as You came Into my vision, that is a more romantic word as In you are a vision. Saw just implies sawing a piece of wood. Seen Is past tense and both saw and seen seem, quite uneducated and I think more difficult to place. So It was In my vision implies that you had a vision as In foresight or a capacity to envisage the future. You are a vision Is self explanatory a person or sight of unusual beauty. Then we can come to glimpse or field of view, as It was a momentary or partial view. So now we can build from saw to seen to vision, glimpse, view this Is to see something or to be seen from a particular place.
You came Into my vision I glimpsed you from the view.
© Nicholas Leslie 2016