Poetry 15 May 2014 Three haikus New work by the Australian poet John Kinsella Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up Warning Gales from Mizen Head,Storm petrels called by chieftains;Grey heron flat tack. Wild Raging over rocksSea opens anemones:Wild snakelocks, beadlets. Gap The small gap here fumes.Not yet lethal as home’s Gap.But the sea insists. John Kinsella is an Australian poet, critic, essayist and the current international editor of the Kenyon Review. “Warning”, “Wild” and “Gap” are part of a series of poems about life on the south-west coast of Ireland. › Is bell hooks right to call Beyoncé a terrorist? Subscribe £1 per month This article appears in the 08 May 2014 issue of the New Statesman, India's worst nightmare?