kvacin misravase vraja-pati-sutasyoru-virahat
slathac chri-sandhitvad dadhad-adhika-dairghyam bhuja-padoh
luthan bhumau kakva vikala-vikalam gadgada-vaca
rudan sri-gaurango hrdaya udayan mam madayati
kvacit—sometimes; misra-avase—in the house of Kasi Misra; vraja-pati-sutasya—of the son of Nanda Maharaja; uru-virahat—because of strong feeling of separation; slathat—being slackened; sri-sandhitvat—from the joints of His transcendental body; dadhat—obtaining; adhika-dairghyam—extraordinary longness; bhuja-padoh—of the arms and legs; luthan—rolling; bhumau—on the ground; kakva—with a cry of lamentation; vikala-vikalam—very sorrowfully; gadgada-vaca—with a faltering voice; rudan—crying; sri-gaurangah—Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; hrdaye—in the heart; udayan—awakening; mam—me; madayati—maddens.
"Sometimes Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu would go to the house of Kasi Misra. There He would be greatly aggrieved, feeling separation from Krsna. The joints of His transcendental body would slacken, and His arms and legs would become elongated. Rolling on the ground, the Lord would cry out in distress in a faltering voice and weep very sorrowfully. The appearance of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, awakening in my heart, maddens me."
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