yata piye tata tṛṣṇā bāḍhe nirantara
mukhāmbuja chāḍi' netra nā yāya antara
yata—as much; piye—they drink; tata—so much; tṛṣṇā—thirst; bāḍhe—increases; nirantara—incessantly; mukha-ambuja—the lotuslike face; chāḍi'—giving up; netra—the eyes; nā—do not; yāya—go; antara—separate.
As their eyes began to drink the nectarean honey of His lotus face, their thirst increased. Thus their eyes did not leave Him.
dhyānaṁ paraṁ nanda-sutasya vakṣye
One may also consult Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (10.29.14) in this connection.
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