My name is William. I live on Venus with several other kids. One of those kids is Margot. Margot was born on Earth and claims she is the only one who has seen the Sun. She always tries to tell us what it looks like. She says it looks like a penny. Well, I think she never even seen the Sun. I think she is a liar. But everyone else believes what she says. They all pay so much attention to her. When the real star of the show is right in front of their eyes.
Hey, everyone, let's put her in the closet!
The scientists said that the sun would be coming out soon. So, as everyone else watched the rain slack I stood watching Margot all alone being her weird self. Just standing there and looking at nothing. I at least thought she would be excited. Even though what the scientists said Isn't true.
So, I asked her, "What are you looking at." Margot said nothing. So I corrected her, "Speak when you're spoken to," and I gave her a shove. She just sat there and didn't move. So we all ran away from her. No one wanted to be around a weirdo like her.
Is everyone present and ready?
Everyone hated her. They would spend all their time picking on her. I mean she deserved it but they did not pay any attention to me. So I decided to do everybody a favor. One day when we were trying to tell her the sun wasn't going to come out, I made a suggestion. "Hey, everyone, let's put her in the closet before the teacher comes!" I yelled. Margot fell back.
We ran after her and caught her. She was pleading and crying, but it would do no good. Everyone already wanted her gone. So, we walked down the long tunnel and threw her in the closet. I locked the door and we went back to the classroom. I was so happy. Everyone gave me the attention I deserved. Everything was back to normal.
The teacher came back just as we walked in. "Is everyone present and ready?" Teacher asked. "Yes!" we all screamed and we watched as the rain went away. The sun came out. I was surprised, but Margot still deserved to be in that closet. She never should have taken all of the attention away from me. She deserved not to see the sun. She could rot in that closet for all I care.