nirantara haya prabhura viraha-unmāda
bhrama-maya ceṣṭā sadā, pralāpa-maya vāda
nirantara—constantly; haya—is; prabhura—of the Lord; viraha—of separation; unmāda—the madness; bhrama-maya—forgetful; ceṣṭā—activities; sadā—always; pralāpa-maya—full of delirium; vāda—talking.
The Lord constantly exhibited a state of mind reflecting the madness of separation. All His activities were based on forgetfulness, and His talks were always based on madness.
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