The loss also seemed to wax poetic
for Tiamzon as she practically carried the Perlas Spikers on her back during the finals.
"I can wax poetic
about it and bore you but, really, it's just being in the moment for me.
I am certain that any number of people who respond to this or have already responded will wax poetic
on the need to eliminate what they think is the easy availability of guns.
The warmongers wax poetic
about freedom, democracy and counter-terrorism, but at the same time continue to overtly and covertly support their dreamy "moderate" terrorist groups in hopes of maintaining control over a rapidly liberating country.
"To sit there and wax poetic
about data isn't the best use of anyone's time," said Scott Collins, president of advertising sales for AMC Networks.
I don't often wax poetic
over food, but these taste like the color green and remind me of gardens coming to life in the spring.
His descriptions wax poetic
but also include historical references about particular trees and the species they represent as a whole, while full-page color photos of each notable tree are accompanied by text that explores their meaning in human and natural history.
Some of the most admired artists of their day wrote in to wax poetic
about the tree or trees that inspire them.
I am so sick of listening to him wax poetic
about his glorious past and of all the fabulous people with whom he is so well acquainted and how great things were back in his day.
If you have friends who brew kombucha, ask around for kefir grains, have a jar of kimchi bubbling away on the counter, or wax poetic
about salty dill pickles fermented in brine, you can probably thank Sandor Katz.
We also wax poetic
about GreenMantra Technologies of Brantford, Ont., which has developed a relatively inexpensive way of converting low-value plastic waste into commercial grade waxes.
Consider this improbably banal description of the land House has visited repeatedly over the last three decades, where she attempts to wax poetic
but ends up waxing pathetic.
A professor of history, she could wax poetic
about the contributions of John Carroll to American Catholicism or the role the American church played in drafting the Vatican II document on religious freedom.
I say, not to wax poetic
about the good old days, even though they were of course, so wonderful when I was young, but because this year, holiday lighting in the city may not happen.