This experimental poetry form is called descending trochaic lines. It consists of five lines. The first line has 10 syllables, the second 8, the third 6, the fourth 4 and the last 2. Each line is written in trochaic meter. The idea here is to take something familiar, a poem with lines of decreasing syllable length, and change it a little, from either no meter or iambic meter, to trochaic meter.
Here’s an example poem:
Eagles flying, treetops cover hunting,
mammals scatter quickly fleeing,
piercing vision searches,