Yes, your poem is Free Verse. Prose would wander from the stanza format, shed its metrical, rhythmic voicing and appearance, becoming more "paragraph bound" in its form. Prose depends on more nuanced lyrical flow, relying on factors like "long vowels" and their relationship with consonants. It might also be more demanding of the reader, than the other two forms. Blank Verse is a sibling of free verse, with the obvious difference of being composed in Iambic Pentameter meter. Honey is a natural enemy of bacteria. It was cultivated and used by ancient Egyptians on wounds to stop its spreading. Your poem is bordering on the abstract, with a subtle, philosopical thread binding its message I don't think transcendental would be a stretch, here. Clever, LC, if not immediately understandable. Several re-reads garnered a deeper understanding.