upajila premankura, bhangila ye duhkha-pura,
krsna taha nahi kare pana
bahire nagara-raja, bhitare sathera kaja,
para-nari vadhe savadhana
upajila—grew up; prema-ankura—fructification of love of God; bhangila—was broken; ye—that; duhkha-pura—full of miseries; krsna—Lord Krsna; taha—that; nahi—not; kare—does; pana—drinking; bahire—externally; nagara-raja—the most attractive person; bhitare—within; sathera—of a cheater; kaja—activities; para-nari—others' wives; vadhe—kills; savadhana—very careful.
[Srimati Radharani spoke thus, in distress due to separation from Krsna:] "Oh, what shall I say of My distress? After I met Krsna My loving propensities sprouted, but upon separating from Him I sustained a great shock, which is now continuing like the sufferings of a disease. The only physician for this disease is Krsna Himself, but He is not taking care of this sprouting plant of devotional service. What can I say about the behavior of Krsna? Outwardly He is a very attractive young lover, but at heart He is a great cheat, very expert in killing others' wives."

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