There are two post-cards she may like, and this lovely long stave from Dona.
"Here are the post-cards, Sunny," she said, turning into another aisle.
Letters are dull,” she said coldly, “and post-cards are vulgar.
They make me think of the post-cards we used to buy in foreign ports.
Their correspondence was brief, mostly an exchange of post-cards, not at all frequent.
Gildo (so that everyone could hear): I have kept all your post-cards in a secret place.
A point of interest is a place that the post-cards tell lies about.
I have sent off seventy post-cards, quite a document of this strange land.
Twenty cents apiece—the kind you send on post-cards, you know.
The post-cards should reach the Editor not later than December 31st, 1898.