The poems in Pleasing Jesus are meant to be read in groups. The book has 12 sections called Occasions. With helpful inner links, you are able to skip over sections that you may not want to be bothered with. Each section works like a separate chapter of thought, with the poems building on one another. The Internet is the wrong setting for reading poetry. That is why we still have books. The greatest pleasure you will have in reading poetry is turning the page and finding another poem that develops an idea with a completely different style. Doesn't sound like much? Wait until it happens to you.
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About the Author
Chris Reid Ford graduated from the University of Michigan in 1975 with a B.A. degree in Geography and a Hopwood Award in poetry. Rather than wasting his talents on map-making or poetry, however, he went on to become a talented computer programmer. Chris retired from writing programs in 2015 and began wasting his time on writing poems again. Chris lives with his wife Dawn in Arizona. They have four dogs and one very important horse named Sky.