On Making Certain Anything Has Happened Poem

On Making Certain Anything
Has Happened Poem By Robert Frost,

I could be worse employed,
Than as watcher of the vOId,
Whose part should be to tell
What star if any fell.
Suppose some seed-pearl sun
Should be the only one,
Yet still I must report
Some cluster one star short.
I should Justly hesitate
To frighten church or state
By announcing a star down
From say the Cross or Crown.
To make sure what star I missed
I should have to check on my lIst
Every star In sIght.
It might take me all night.

On Making Certain Anything Has Happened Poem

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