Pamela Anderson Wrote a Poem
On Thursday, Anderson shared on Facebook a poem she wrote on July 1st, which was also her 47th birthday.
Here are a few excerpts, but you should really read the whole thing. (Give yourself a good chunk of time though, as the poem clocks in at around 1,200 words).
I wish it was Italy 40 years ago–
The moon rising over the Amphitheater–
to tremendous applause… like Herzog (clap)
Europeans don’t seem to care about silly
Female security… lost-
Coded, and loaded Cell phones,
Ordering sex on line-
is like ordering a book on Amazon–
and … snooping eats you alive–
No man knows what to do with me–
I blame myself–
To play with me, is eternal–
I’m not ‘on the clock’ or…
on the ‘payroll’–
ME- 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?
or — both–
rules, rules, rules–
I can’t find the answers– It’s an epidemic–
ME- I miss PLAYBOY-
The End of an Era–
Celebrated imperfections -
differences… hot—passionate dreamy scenes…
The girl next door– shyness– “it’s my first time”
but – not my last….(wink)
Anderson filed for divorce from Salomon, 46, after it was revealed earlier this year that the pair had remarried each other.
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