ye kāle vā svapane, dekhinu vaṁśī-vadane,
sei kāle āilā dui vairi
'ānanda' āra 'madana', hari' nila mora mana,
dekhite nā pāinu netra bhari'
ye kāle—at the time; vā svapane—or in dreams; dekhinu—I saw; vaṁśī-vadane—Lord Kṛṣṇa's face with His flute; sei kāle—at that time; āilā—appeared; dui—two; vairi—enemies; ānanda—pleasure; āra—and; madana—Cupid; hari'-stealing; nila—took; mora—My; mana—mind; dekhite—to see; nā—not; pāinu—I was able; netra—eyes; bhari'-fulfilling.
"Whenever I had the chance to see Lord Kṛṣṇa's face and His flute, even in a dream, two enemies would appear before Me. They were pleasure and Cupid, and since they took away My mind, I was not able to see the face of Kṛṣṇa to the full satisfaction of My eyes.
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