All Summer in a Day
By graceyu, Updated
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Margot is bullied because she came from Earth, which makes her different. She is said to have seen the sun, which sets her apart from the children in her class that have lived on Venus all their lives, and are too young to remember the sun.
Margot claims to have seen the sun and talks about it a lot, which makes the other kids really jealous. They're too young to remember, because the sun only comes out one hour for every seven years there on Venus.
When Margot starts talking about what the sun once felt like, the kids get angry and jealous again. After they waited impatiently for the sun to come out, they start to believe that this whole idea of a sun is a lie.
Margot gets locked in a closet because she talked about how she remembers the sun and this angers the others. While she is in the closet the teacher never notices that she is gone.
The sun comes out, and the kids go outside to enjoy it for their first time in their life. The dance, laugh, and sing. None of them remember that Margot is locked in the closet.
After the sun goes away and the rain comes back, the kids realize that Margot is still locked in the closet. They go and let her out, but also feel really bad that she didn't get to see the sun. They realized Margot was telling the truth all along.
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