prabhu-sthane nitya aise, kare namaskara
prabhu-sane vat kahe prabhu-'prana' tara
prabhute tahara priti, prabhu daya kare
damodara tara priti sahite na pare
prabhu-sthane—to the place of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nitya—daily; aise—comes; kare namaskara—offers respectful obeisances; prabhu-sane—with the Lord; vat kahe—talks; prabhu-prana tara—his life and soul was Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; prabhute—unto the Lord; tahara priti—his affection; prabhu—the Lord; daya kare—reciprocates His mercy; damodara—Damodara Pandita; tara—his; priti—love of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; sahite na pare—could not tolerate.
The boy came dally to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and offered Him respectful obeisances. He was free to talk with Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu because the Lord was his life and soul, but the boy's intimacy with the Lord and the Lord's mercy toward him were intolerable to Damodara Pandita.
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