Experimental Poetry Form: Four stanzas with a repeated moving line

This experimental poetry form consists of four stanzas.  Each stanza is four lines.  Each line has ten syllables.  There is one line that is repeated.  It is the first line of the first stanza, the second line of the second stanza, the third line of the third stanza, and the fourth line of the fourth stanza.  The form looks as follows, with the repeated line noted as “R”

R
*
*
*

*
R
*
*

*
*
R
*

*
*
*
R

 

Here is an example poem written in the form:

while ribs are smoking outside in the rain
a small clock is watched and hours counted
classic rock is playing songs that you know
iced tea is sipped under an overhang

images of history float up high
while ribs are smoking outside in the rain
generations of learning of fire
generations of learning of life

silently, neighbors peer out their front doors
wondering what is that scent in the air
while ribs are smoking outside in the rain
and thinking they should walk over and see

it’s been too long since days like this were here
with quiet thoughts and peaceful sounds of life
and scents rising slowly up in the air
while ribs are smoking outside in the rain