Tag Archives: Jonathan Jones


At five o’clock the left side of your sky goes blind as the car wheels lock. A short swim to a breaker of rocks yet I doubt you could make it. More like real age than anything written as fact. … Continue reading

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How To Write A Roman Postcard

February 18th 2009 I was sorry to hear that my last postcard didn’t get through to you, but hopefully this one will. Only now it’s too early in the morning to talk and many words are indecipherable. A backstreet you’ve … Continue reading

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