I was reading about how in Spanish one will use a definite article instead of a possessive article when context indicates who the noun belongs to. For example, one would likely say "Tengo el pasaporte" instead of "Tengo mi pasaporte".
I am wondering if the order matters- in cases where the direct object object comes before a verb. Would the object still us a definite instead of a possessive article?
For example, one could say "se me abrieron los ojos" - "my eyes opened". Changing the word order, would I also say "los ojos se me abrieron", or would I have to say "mis ojos se abrieron" since the context suggesting whose eyes (the pronoun me) has not occured yet? I can find "mis ojos se abrieron" in linguee but not "los ojos se me abrieron", but that isn't conclusive.
Similarly, I could say "Abrí los ojos" for "I opened my eyes". Could I say "Los ojos abrí" or would I need to say "Mis ojos abrí"? (this is similar to the previous question, except the verb conjugation rather than an object pronoun is providing the context).