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The RikVerse website is a different approach to poetry. Cosisting of poems by Rik Roots, the RikVerse is a Living Book: here you can find all of Rik's poetic output in a variety of browsing formats, regularly updated with new material as and when the Muse takes a cricket bat to Rik's head to make him work. This hardcopy version has been made for those folks who insist on r ...more
Paperback, 105 pages
Published March 24th 2010 by
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Rik was born in the small village of Dymchurch on the Romney Marshes in Kent, England. Dymchurch has three Martello Towers and a station on the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway. This was Rik's world for the first 24 years of his life, except for six terms away at college - the North East Surrey College of Technology: Rik somehow managed to fail his final school exams and thus never made it ...more
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