« The Shade of Green » By Ind indica Monroe
Early Life The woman in this story is from Arizona and is still single. She’s naturally dark curly hair with pale tips. When she was young, she often dated some of her male peers from school. They were all muscular and strong though.
Camsoda Monroe was born in Riverside, California. Her mother was a cook and the couple were always on the lookout for good meals. Camsoda liked to cook and was very good at it. She even learned to play the piano when she got home from school.
Camsoda was always the center of attention at school and even got into fights from time to time. Her fighting spirit would resurface though one day when she went out with one of her friends. Things heated up because she asked them to beat up a boy named Mike. The other boys got scared and backed down.
Her mother tried to comfort Camsoda by saying that she would be okay if she kept her cool. She wanted to stay strong as an example for her little sister. That night, Camsoda slept off and was found lying in her bed, lifeless.
Based off of a true story, Monroe’s death inspired the poem « The Shade of Green, » which was later made into a movie. She became a beloved folk singer and songwriter. Her first few albums didn’t do too well. However, in the mid 1980’s she began to have success and began receiving royalties from her music.
Today, Camsoda Monroe is well known as an author, motivational speaker, and speaker. Her memoir, « Camsoda: My Life Through Music, » recently was released to critical acclaim. In this book, Monroe shares intimate details about her childhood, her family, and her trials and triumphs throughout the years. She also shares how she managed to balance her love of art and music with raising her children.
« Camsoda » describes Monroe’s home life, as well as her personal relationships. The poems include a touching account of Monroe’s mother disciplining her when she was a child. Monroe also shared how she felt when her grandmother died. Her relationship with her stepfather, John Monroe, became complex because he didn’t accept her for who she was. In addition, Monroe revealed how she hid her love of writing from her stepfather because of his jealousy.
The poems end with a powerful quote from James Allen White, « You are what you make yourself. » These are fitting words for someone who so willingly made herself into something she wasn’t prepared for. Throughout « The Shade of Green, » Monroe presents a positive message about not accepting limitations in life. Instead of comparing ourselves to others, she encourages people to look at themselves objectively. That may sound like a simple thing to do, but for some people it is much more difficult than it seems.
The author of « The Shade of Green » is well-known and respected. Her poems have been included in poetry anthologies, children’s books, and many other publications. Her words of encouragement to those who are struggling are well-received and have helped many individuals find strength and hope. For this reason, many people look to The Shade of Green by indica Monroe for guidance and inspiration.