A large amount of foliage are outshined by huge bubble letters saying, "Waycross". These letters have images from Waycross inside of them and these images make the form of a respective letter spelling out the name of the city.
It appears to be a greyish faded slip of paper with some foreign language typed onto it. It appears to be of the Japanese or Chinese.
I did some research and this is actually a Japanese Military postcard used in 1931 in Manchukuo.
It appears to be a man and a woman sharing sweet nothings to one another while either the woman's real husband or family member or whatever is approaching the door to let himself in. Either way, the couple is up to no good.