ksine capi manas-tanu
dadhate phullatam bhavair
yasya tam gauram asraye
krsna-viccheda—by separation from Krsna; jata—produced; artya—by the pain; ksine—thin, exhausted; ca—and; api—although; manah—mind; tanu—and body; dadhate—assumes; phullatam—developed state; bhavaih—by ecstatic emotions; yasya—of whom; tam—unto Him; gauram—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; asraye—I take shelter.
Let me take shelter at the lotus feet of Lord Gauracandra. His mind became exhausted and His body very thin from the pain of separation from Krsna, but when He felt ecstatic love for the Lord, He again became fully developed.
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