This is a doubt from the poem Television by Roald Dahl and it is there in our 10 STD school textbook. I and my teacher had a bit of conflict with the figures of speech here:
...In almost every house we've been, We've watched them gaping at the screen...
My teacher says that the above sentence is inversion, saying that the correct order is
We've been in almost every house..., and that while indentifying figures of speech, we have to refer each line separately.
I argued that we can't consider it that way and that it is not inversion as the sentence is in proper order.
Please explain me what is right and what is wrong. Please give a complete analysis of the sentence also.