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You could also address the portrayal of fair, blonde women throughout literature - I think that they tend to be elevated over darker haired women with blonde hair associated with Aphrodite and sainthood in different traditions.
At this moment in the poem, the woman is vulnerable, made a victim by the goblin men who seem to manipulate her with their hypnotic allure. This poem seems critical of patriarchy, with the male goblins presented as predatory. There is also, perhaps, a religious / moral message that giving in to temptation is dangerous.