On all other nights, we eat either leavened bread or matzah;  

on this night ... only matzah.

On all other nights, we eat all kinds of greens;  

on this night, we especially eat bitter herbs.

On all other nights, we do not dip our greens at all; 

on this night we dip them twice.

On all other nights, we eat in an ordinary manner.  

For this celebration, we have a special ceremony.

You ask good questions

sung clear and loud

of each of  you,

we all are proud

And now some answers you shall hear

this is your story

come, draw near.

No matter what your age ...

no matter how you think ...

from the sweet well of Torah, all can drink.

Perhaps you're wise, you want to know

from whence we've come

to where we'll go

Maybe you're rebellious,

could be you're rude,

if this is the case, yourself you exclude.

Some of us are simple,

basic questions we ask,

straightforward answers

no long drawn out task.

And then there are some

who are just very young ...

they don't even know what to say

we tell them of wonders,

God's strength, Pharaoh's blunders

the rest to be told another day

haggadah Section: -- Four Children
Source: A Family Pesach Seder in Rhyme