keba ase keba yaya, keba nace keba gaya,
sambhalite nare kara bola
khandileka duhkha-soka, pramoda-purita loka,
misra haila anande vihvala
keba—who; ase—is coming; keba—who; yaya—is going; keba—who; nace—is dancing; keba—who; gaya—is singing; sambhalite—to understand; nare—cannot; kara—others; bola—language; khandileka—dissipated; duhkha—unhappiness; soka—lamentation; pramoda—jubilation; purita—full of; loka—all people; misra—Jagannatha Misra; haila—became; anande—in happiness; vihvala—overwhelmed.
No one could understand who was coming and who was going, who was dancing and who was singing. Nor could they understand one another's language. Yet all unhappiness and lamentation were immediately dissipated, and people became all-jubilant. Thus Jagannatha Misra was also overwhelmed with joy.
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