The usual meaning of "secure" for a MAC means that an attacker has no chance to forge a message not originally sent by the sender, without knowing the private key.
So, assume there is a message $ABCDE$ (where each letter corresponds to one $n$-bit block). This will be sent as $rABCDEt$. If an attacker captures this message, she can reorder the blocks to create a second message $rBDCEAt$, and if you look at your formula, the tag for $BDCEA$ is exactly the same as the one for $ABCDE$, thus this mangled message will still validate as authentic.
Thus, in the formal sense this proposed MAC scheme is not secure. Whether it is a problem in practice depends on what kind of data you are sending. If each block is a sub-message which makes sense of it own independent on the order of the blocks, then it might still be enough.
But as there are better MAC schemes which actually take the order of the blocks into account, use these instead.