radha-bhavera svabhava ana, krsne karaya 'kama'-jnana,
kama-jnane trasa haila citte
kahe--"ye jagat mare, se pasila antare,
ei vairi na deya pasarite"
radha-bhavera—of the ecstasy of Srimati Radharani; sva-bhava—characteristic; ana—another; krsne—to Krsna; karaya—causes Her to do; kama-jnana—understanding as Cupid; kama—as Cupid; jnane—in the understanding; trasa—fear; haila—was; citte—in the mind; kahe—She says; ye—the person who; jagat—the whole world; mare—conquers; se—that person; pasila—entered; antare—within My heart; ei vairi—this enemy; na deya—does not allow; pasarite—to forget.
"Srimati Radharani's ecstasy also made Her think of Krsna as Cupid, and this understanding frightened Her. She said, 'This Cupid, who has conquered the whole world and entered My heart, is My greatest enemy, for He does not allow Me to forget Him.'
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