sakhī he, nā bujhiye vidhira vidhāna
sukha lāgi' kailuṅ prīta, haila duḥkha viparīta,
ebe yāya, nā rahe parāṇa
sakhī he—(My dear) friend; bujhiye—I do not understand; vidhira—of the Creator; vidhāna—the regulation; sukha lāgi'-for happiness; kailuṅ—I did; prīta—love; haila—it became; duḥkha—unhappiness; viparīta—the opposite; ebe—now; yāya—going; —does not; rahe—remain; parāṇa—life.
[Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī continued lamenting about the consequences of loving Kṛṣṇa:] "My dear friend, I do not understand the regulative principles given by the Creator. I loved Kṛṣṇa for happiness, but the result was just the opposite. I am now in an ocean of distress. It must be that now I am going to die, for My vital force no longer remains. This is My state of mind.

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