saraj-jyotsna-sindhor avakalanaya jata-yamuna-
bhramad dhavan yo 'smin hari-viraha-taparnava iva
nimagno murcchalah payasi nivasan ratrim akhilam
prabhate praptah svair avatu sa saci-sunur iha nah
sarat-jyotsna—in the moonlight of autumn; sindhoh—of the sea; avakalanaya—by sight; jata—appeared; yamuna—the River Yamuna; bhramat—by mistake; dhavan—running; yah—He who; asmin—in this; hari-viraha—due to separation from Hari; tapa—of suffering; arnave—in the ocean; iva—as if; nimagnah—dove; murcchalah—unconscious; payasi—in the water; nivasan—staying; ratrim—the night; akhilam—whole; prabhate—in the morning; praptah—was gotten; svaih—by His personal associates; avatu—may protect; sah—He; saci-sunuh—the son of mother Saci; iha—here; nah—us.
In the brilliant autumn moonlight, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu mistook the sea for the River Yamuna. Greatly afflicted by separation from Krsna, He ran and dove into the sea and remained unconscious in the water the entire night. In the morning, He was found by His personal devotees. May that Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the son of mother Saci, protect us by His transcendental pastimes.
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