Who can believe poetry is now illegal in Australia ? Yet this book contains a unique collection of illegal poetry, thought chrymes, and other poetry that challenges the reader to contemplate deeply, about concepts like justice, freedom, love, magick and what it means to be truly human in the 21st Century. The first chapter consists solely of a series of poems that the Victoria Police, quite literally and ridiculously decided are illegal, such that the police actually charged the author, despite the poems having no malicious content. They were initially shared with a few friends anonymously, and identify no one specifically. The charges are yet to be determined, and a jury trial is pending in relation to them. The author remains firmly defiant, that no crime was committed - and the Victoria Police have committed gross violations of human rights and are engaged in a deliberate perversion of the course of justice - which is why you are now being given the opportunity to judge for yourself. Other chapters reflect on injustice occurring in the family law court and harm done to children, due to the dishonesty and parental alienation encouraged by the current system. There are deep concepts discussed in the chapters on Magick and Love. This book will be challenging for some to read, particularly those into 3rd wave feminism, or people who like to inhabit the safe spaces, where only politically correct things are discussed in warm fuzzy ways. TRIGGER WARNING - the poetry savages many of the myths and hate memes so loved by toxic feminists and white/black racists, so if you are not a competent adult, willing to be exposed to dangerous ideas - do not read this book... To those who are competent adults, you will find inspired deep truths expressed with some wit - and many references are hidden within the poetry, to topics and concepts that are worthy of further research. Fundamentally, the poems are explorations of what truth, love and duty mean, and how the world as we knew it to be, maybe in in real peril of changing into a dystopian nightmare, not least because of how the political elites are manipulating our minds. What does it mean about our society, when already in Australia, expressing ideas in poetry, is a crime ? The charges are serious, such that the author end up in jail - and it is hoped the sale of these poems will help fund a proper legal defence - something that currently unavailable via legal aid.