Actress Pamela Anderson penned a poem about splitting from husband Rick Salomon for a second time, confessing she knew it was "wrong from the start".

The former Baywatch beauty wed the film producer and poker professional in 2007, but the couple had the union annulled two months later. They called it quits yet again last week (03Jul14), when Anderson filed legal papers to end their marriage after just six months.

Now the actress has opened up about the split by sharing an emotional 1,200-word poem on her page.

Although she never mentions him by name, she appears to question her decision to remarry Salomon, writing, "What have I done...? I knew it was wrong from the start - primitive - base instinct.. Never marry a rich man... A mirrored action. obsessive love... unhealthy, hopeless- knocked sideways"

Anderson, 47, continues to reflect on the broken relationship, admitting that she fell for the idealistic marriage she had hoped they would have, confessing, "I love being in love - but expectations, make it impossible to be happy- or satisfied... I've tried... so hard.. maybe it's not in fashion- Tradition...just seemed so romantic...

"I guess it's a used up ideal - or the old fashion... not modern... No man knows what to do with me- I blame myself"

"Against my better judgement- fell for it- dammit- it all backfired- It doesn't feel good to be used, neglected, ignored - controlled.... I'm not doing this- It's humiliating - I have to turn this around".

Anderson was also previously married to rockers Tommy Lee and Kid Rock, while Salomon became infamous for co-starring in Paris Hilton's sex tape, One Night in Paris.