TEXT 109
kabhu netre nasaya jala, mukhe pade phena
amrtera dhara candra-bimbe vahe yena
kabhu—sometimes; netre—from the eyes; nasaya—from the nostrils; jala—water; mukhe—from the mouth; pade—fell; phena—foam; amrtera—of nectar; dhara—torrents; candra-bimbe—from the moon; vahe—flow; yena—as if.
Water flowed from His eyes and sometimes through His nostrils, and foam fell from His mouth. These flowings appeared to be torrents of nectar descending from the moon.

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