This poem has a very fascinating structure. I'm not entirely sure what you mean by "magnetic poetry" but it's certainly got me attracted (okay fine, lame joke).
The first stanza seems out of place with the rest, but I suppose I haven't seen enough poems of this length to actually consider anything beyond it, but it is fantastically abstract and somewhat, dreamy. Enjoyable, perhaps you might like to try out much more of this style.
I especially like the last stanza/line for some reason, it's just hanging and ambiguous, like Ray Bradbury's A Sound of Thunder.