Pour out your love on the nations who know You
And on kingdoms who call Your name.
For the good which they do for the seed of Jacob
And they shield Your people Israel from their enemies.
May they merit to see the good of Your chosen}
And to rejoice in the joy of Your nation.
-from a controversial manuscript claimed to date from the 16th century and most likely forged by R’ Chayyim Bloch in the 20th century. R’ Jonathan Sacks has accepted it as a replacement to the traditional “Pour Out Your Wrath” , which I think is highly commendable. See here: http://kavvanah.wordpress.com/2010/03/23/pour-out-thy-love-upon-the-nations-and-miriam-at-the-seder/