Pam, the poet! Pamela Anderson posted an odd—and extremely lengthy—poem to her Facebook page on July 8, just days after filing for divorce from husband Rick Salomon on July 3. The eyebrow-raising poem reveals her thoughts on everything from marriage to prostitution.
"I love being in love—but expectations / make it impossible to be happy," she muses in the poem, going on to comment about marriage, writing, "I've tried…so hard… / maybe it's not in fashion / Tradition … just seemed so romantic / I guess it's a used up ideal / for the old fashion."
Things start to get a bit strange when the former Baywatch star writes, "Ordering sex on line / is like ordering a book on Amazon." The blonde's poem goes on to reveal her apparent frustrations with men, as she writes, "No man knows what to do with me."
Anderson also mentions "never marry a rich man" and reveals her bewilderment with prostitution.
"I wonder how prostitution works / Does it ever feel good? / Lost little souls—being taken advantage of / or taking advantage of / Is it just for money? Is it for attention?"
Anderson, 47, revealed in January she had secretly remarried Salomon. The couple first tied the knot in 2007 but separated after two months and later had their marriage annulled. On July 3, she filed for divorce to end their second marriage.
To read her poem in full and decipher Anderson's writings for yourself, click here.