payorases tire sphurad-upavanali-kalanaya
kvacit krsnavrtti-pracala-rasano bhakti-rasikah
sa caitanyah kim me punarapi drsor yasyati padam
payah-raseh—by the sea; tire—on the beach; sphurat—beautiful; upavanali—garden; kalanaya—by seeing; muhuh—continuously; vrndaranya—the forest of Vrndavana; smarana-janita—by remembering; prema-vivasah—being overwhelmed by ecstatic love of Krsna; kvacit—sometimes; krsna—of the holy name of Krsna; avrtti—repetition; pracala—busily engaged in; rasanah—whose tongue; bhakti-rasikah—expert in devotional service; sah—that; caitanyah—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; kim—whether; me—my; punarapi—again; drsoh—of the eyes; yasyati—will go; padam—in the path.
"Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu is the topmost of all devotees. Sometimes, while walking on the beach, He would see a beautiful garden nearby and mistake it for the forest of Vrndavana. Thus He would be completely overwhelmed by ecstatic love of Krsna and begin to dance and chant the holy name. His tongue worked incessantly as He chanted, 'Krsna! Krsna!' Will He again become visible before the path of My eyes?"
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