Pesach Limericks for Maggid (because I need a break from my kitchen right now)

An oldie-but-goody. And I’d love to hear some limericks by my readers…just post in the comments.

Rebecca Klempner

pyramid of giza, exodus On the way outta there!

Many of us have memories of childhood seders. Even when the memories are fond ones (like these shared recently by Jessica Soffer on the Prosen People blog), we were often confused by the Maggid section of the Haggadah. I’ve pried myself from the kitchen to share some wacky Passover poetry to read a the seder during Maggid, hoping it’ll help.

Chag kasher v’sameach, chaverim! (“Have a kosher and joyous holiday, friends!”)

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