How To Write Live Like a Goblin on Going Through the Motions

After a hiatus due to my circumstances the resident Goblin is back. Today he takes us through his motions.

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the goblin had been admiring the wet weather, like a toad on a toadstool, simply that today too promised to be dull at best, as he readies himself for the same old tour to the mountains under those now all too familiar ominous rainclouds again, the goblin, lifting his spirits to the occasion, starts singing “…I’ll be going through the motions when it rains, I’ll be going through the motions when it rains, I’ll be going though the motions, going though the motions, going though the motions, I’ll am going though the motions when she pours…” to an onlooking day, who is not really impressed, while the goblin’s “song against the weather” continues throughout, somehow leaving the only real question as to who would break first, “…ah, but I have the advantage of the internet here, where you are still stuck in dailylife…” smirked the goblin against the grayness around him

 

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6 thoughts on “How To Write Live Like a Goblin on Going Through the Motions

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  2. Interesting that you should choose the upbeat tune from an American folk song to chase away the gloom of a gray world and an gray underground. it reminds me of the joy we Lutherans sing our “sad” melodic hymns. The disconnect can make a visitor unfamiliar with our five hundred-year-old hymns wonder. Wonder, however, engages the mind and changes one’s perspective. Oh, yes, at the end of the folk song it tells how they’ll celebrate when “she” arrives.

  3. (“…MYAHAHAHA, sometimes I wonder if being sane is really worth it when writing…” laughed the goblin and thanking the mouse for choosing that one, adding “…honestly I don’t envy you the role of choosing between them then, but I do enjoy my mondays because of it…”)

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