There are a few main passover symbols that can be placed on the seder plate, but not all of them are required. A few examples of the passover symbols are vegetables (Karpas), shank bone (zeroa) or roasted beet, matzah, hard boiled egg (baytzah), charoset, bitter herbs (Maror), bitter vegetables (Hazeret), or oranges (optional). The reasons behind placing the matzah and the bitter herbs stand out the most among others.
each item in itself
holds a purpose,
it is the bread of liberation and freedom
involving the combination,
of three basic elements
they define civilized man
no external element
beyond flour and water
is permitted to define or influence its form
the matzah represents man in control
of his passions
man in control
of exhibiting his independent
uninfluenced by external forces
the bitter herbs
of the bitterness of slavery
the hard labor,
long working hours
herbs may not taste bitter at the first bite,
but they quickly become bitter when chewed,
like a sudden rush
of a tart,
especially in the stem
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