Experimental Poetry Form: Descending trochaic lines

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,
branches cover,
heartbeats.