eta kahi' simha gela, amara haila bhaya
ei dekha, nakha-cihna amora hrdaya
eta—thus; kahi'-saying; simha—the lion; gela—returned; amara—my; haila—there was; bhaya—fear; ei dekha—just see this; nakha-cihna—the nail marks; amora hrdaya—on my heart.
"After saying this, the lion left, but I was very afraid of Him. Just see the marks of His nails on my heart!"
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