What Is Robert Frost's Choose Something like a Star about?

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The poem by Robert Frost called Choose Something Like a Star is about how stars appear, and the wonder or awe that stars in the sky tend to inspire in people. The poem includes references to the chemistry of stars, such as the elements and its temperature. It also includes more imaginative descriptions of stars in the sky and what the stars mean to humans, such as the importance of human intellect in understanding the stars in the sky.
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