All Summer In A Day
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Although it was raining heavily outside, the scientists believed the sun would come out again since five years ago. Margot, a little girl, says she remembers the sun, but no-one believed her. Not even her classmates.
Stop lying , Margot! None of us believe you!
Everyone didn't like Margot because she was different. Then, just before they were about to go out to see the sun, the children locked her in a closet down the hall!
Then, the teacher arrived. "Is everyone here?", she said. All the kids nodded, eager to get outside. The rain seemed to be slacking, the clouds parting slightly. At long last, the clouds disappeared, and a bright light shone down on them. The sun had come out, the open door letting the children feel the newfound heat. Everybody rushed outside to see the magnificent sun. The world was silent.
All the children rushed outside, grinning broadly at the bright sun up above. They were told that it would only last for two hours, but they were too happy to think about time. They played and laughed and ran and had fun, all the while Margot was sitting, waiting, feeling depressed inside the dusty closet. But the kids didn't care. All they cared about was enjoying the wondrous sun, and that they did.
But once the two hours were up, the sun began to hide once again, the rain started to drizzle and the cloud came back to cover the sky. One of the girls yelped, a fat drop of rain in the palm of her hand. All the children gasped, already knowing they would have to make their way back to the classroom. Slowly but reluctantly, they headed towards the classroom underground.
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