On Thursday, Anderson shared on Facebook a poem she wrote on July 1st, which was also her 47th birthday.
While the poem makes no direct mention of her ex, the former Baywatch babe does mention love, sex and money. You know, the usual.
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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