This is a poem in the form called etheree. The form was named after an Arkansas poet named Etheree Taylor Armstrong. The etheree is a graduated syllable poem--first line is one syllable, next is two, and so on, until there are ten lines with the last having 10 sylables. The other important thing about the etheree is that it should have strong imagery.
Mist in valleys
Bird song, rooster’s crow
Sunflowers turn to light
Chickory opens bright blue
Queen Anne raises her lacy head
Gardens glisten, wet with morning dew
The ancient earth awakes, refreshed and new