kim iha krnumah kasya brumah krtam krtam asaya
kathayata katham anyam dhanyam aho hrdaye sayah
krpana-krpana krsne trsna ciram bata lambate
kim—what; iha—here; krnumah—shall I do; kasya—to whom; brumah—shall I speak; krtam—what is done; krtam—done; asaya—in the hope; kathayata—please speak; katham—words; anyam—other; dhanyam—auspicious; aho—alas; hrdaye—within My heart; sayah—lying; madhura-madhura—sweeter than sweetness; smera—smiling; akare—whose form; manah-nayana—to the mind and eyes; utsave—who gives pleasure; krpana-krpana—the best of misers; krsne—for Krsna; trsna—thirst; ciram—at every moment; bata—alas; lambate—is increasing.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu said, " 'Alas, what shall I do? To whom shall I speak? Let whatever I have done in hopes of meeting Krsna be finished now. Please say something auspicious, but do not speak about Krsna. Alas, Krsna is lying within My heart like Cupid; therefore how can I possibly give up talking of Him? I cannot forget Krsna, whose smile is sweeter than sweetness itself and who gives pleasure to My mind and eyes. Alas, My great thirst for Krsna is increasing moment by moment!'
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