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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.55.15
parīśocati te mātā
vivatsā gaur ivāturā
pariśocati — is crying; te — Your; mātā — mother (Rukmiṇī); kurarī iva — like an osprey; gata — gone; prajā — whose son; putra — for her child; sneha — by love; ākulā — overwhelmed; dīnā — pitiful; vivatsā — deprived of its calf; gauḥ — a cow; iva — as; āturā — extremely distressed.
Your poor mother, having lost her son, cries for You like a kurarī bird. She is overwhelmed with love for her child, just like a cow that has lost its calf.
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