krsnanga-madhurya--sindhu, sumadhura mukha--indu,
e-tine lagila mana, lobhe kare asvadana,
sloka pade svahasta-calane
krsna-anga—of the transcendental body of Krsna; madhurya—of sweetness; sindhu—the ocean; su-madhura—very sweet; mukha—face; indu—like the full moon; ati-madhu—extraordinarily sweet; smita—smiling; su-kirane—beam of moonlight; e-tine—these three; lagila mana—attracted the mind; lobhe—with more and more greed; kare asvadana—relished; sloka pade—recites a verse; sva-hasta-calane—moving His own hand.
"The transcendental form of Lord Sri Krsna is compared to an ocean. A particularly extraordinary vision is the moon above that ocean, and another vision is His smile, which is sweeter than sweet and is like shining beams of moonlight." While speaking of these things with Sanatana Gosvami, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu began to remember one thing after another. Moving His hands in ecstasy, He recited a verse.
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