|Antya-līlā||Chapter 8: Rāmacandra Purī Criticizes the Lord|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Antya 8.34
ayi dīna-dayārdra nātha he
dayita bhrāmyati kiḿ karomy aham
ayi — O My Lord; dīna — on the poor; dayā-ārdra — compassionate; nātha — O master; he — O; mathurā-nātha — the master of Mathurā; kadā — when; avalokyase — I shall see You; hṛdayam — My heart; tvat — of You; aloka — without seeing; kātaram — very much aggrieved; dayita — O most beloved; bhrāmyati — becomes overwhelmed; kim — what; karomi — shall do; aham — I.
"O My Lord! O most merciful master! O master of Mathurā! When shall I see You again? Because of My not seeing You, My agitated heart has become unsteady. O most beloved one, what shall I do now?"
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