ei-mata gaurahari, gandhe kaila mana curi,
bhrnga-praya iti-uti dhaya
yaya vrksa-lata-pase, krsna sphure--sei ase,
krsna na paya, gandha-matra paya
ei-mata—in this way; gaurahari—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; gandhe—by the scent; kaila—did; mana curi—stealing of the mind; bhrnga-praya—just like a bumblebee; iti-uti dhaya—wanders here and there; yaya—goes; vrksa-lata-pase—by the side of the trees and creepers; krsna sphure—Lord Krsna will appear; sei ase—by that hope; krsna na paya—does not obtain Krsna; gandha-matra paya—gets only the scent.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, His mind thus stolen by that scent, ran here and there like a bumblebee. He ran to the trees and plants, hoping that Lord Krsna would appear, but instead He found only the scent of Krsna's body.
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