I found this interesting figure of speech called spoonerism.
Here's the article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spoonerism
Now, I have been wondering if spoonerism can be used in a non-humoristic manner, because it would be a useful tool to make verses rhyme. There are words like angel that don't rhyme with words that doesn't contain the word angel.
So it could be useful in the case where I have:
Which can be turned into:
However, there's an unintentional comedic effect that cannot be fully dissociated, or is it the case?
One interesting usage that doesn't seem to involve comedy is the following:
Similarly to the above example, "Buck Fama" is a popular slogan in the (often contentious) rivalry between Louisiana State University and the University of Alabama (commonly shortened to Bama). This slogan can be heard very often from LSU fans.
So is it possible to do so? I am asking because the above example seems to suggest so.