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madhuram adhara-bimbe masjulam manda-hase
siiiram amrta-nade sltalarh drsti-pate
vipulam aruna-netre visrutarh venu-nade
marakata-mani-nllarh bdlam alokaye nu
madhuram—sweet; adhara—lips; bimbe—like bimba fruit; masjulam—charming; manda—mild; hase—smile; sisiram—soothing; amrta—nectarous; nada—words, voice; sitalam—cooling; drsti pate—glances; vipulam— large; aruna—reddish like dawn; netre—eyes; visrutam— famous; venu—nade—flute—song; marakata—of sapphire (? emerald); mani—jewel; nllam—deep blue color; balam-boy (Krsna); alokaye-1 shall see; nu-oh.
Oh, that 1 may see that young boy, who has a complexion as deep blue as a sapphire; sweet lips like bimba fruit; charming, mild smiling; soothing, nectarous words; cooling glances; and large, dawn-red eyes, and who is famous for His flute song.