Chinese has no conjugations or declensions. Consequently word order is fixed and invariable. A Chinese sentence MUST be structured as follows.
STPMVO subject time place manner verb object.
The principle is: largest first, most specific last, i.e. the sentence moves from most geneal to most specific.
You’re not a native speaker don’t get poetic it will fail.
This difference between Sinitic and Indo-European languages also falsifies Chomsky’s theory of generative egrammar.