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TEXT-39

 

dlola-locana-vilokita-keli-dhdra-

nlrdjitdgra-caranaih karundmburaseh

ardrdni venu-ninadaih pratindda-purair

akarna-ydmi mani-nupura-sisjitdni

 

alola—rolling; locana—eyes; vilokita—the glance; keli—playful; dhara—waves; nirajita—illuminated; agra—caranaih—the forefeet; karuna—of mercy; amburaseh—the ocean (Krsna); ardrani—wetted or sweetened; venu—flute; ninadaih—sound; pratinada— resonances; puraih—full of; adarna—ear; yami—I give;   mani—bejeweled;   nupura—anklets;   sisjitani—

tilnkling.

 

My ear catches the tinkling of the bejeweled anklets of Krishna, the ocean of mercy. That tinkling is sweetened by His effulgent lotus feet, which are receiving waves of playful glances from His rolling eyes, and by the flooding resonances of His flute song.