Dr. Seuss Does The Ten Plagues


from Uncle Eli's Special for Kids Most Fun Ever, Under the Table Passover Haggadah



           

        When Pharaoh got nasty
              and mean and deceiving
        and wouldn't agree
              to the Israelites' leaving,
        God sent him ten plagues
               so he might change his mind,
        and the Jews could leave
               terrible Egypt behind.

        There was
        blood in the gutters
        and frogs in the butter,
        and lice on their heads
        and beasts in their beds,
        disease in the cattle
        and big boils in the saddle.
        Hail started showering
        and locusts devouring.
        It turned dark as a pit.
        Then the first-born were hit.







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