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madhuryena dviguna-sisirarh vaktra-candrarh vahnati
mad-vaninam viharana-padam matta-saubhagya-bhajam
mat-punydndm parinatir aho netrayoh sannidhatte
madhuryena—with sweet tenderness; dviguna—doubly; sisiram—refreshing; vaktra—face; candram—moon; vahanti—bearing; varhsl—flute; vlthi—holes; vigalad— oozing; amrta—nectar; srotasa—current; secayantl— sprinkling; mat—my; vanlnam—words; viharana— scope; padam—ground; matta—mad; saubhagya—luck; bhajam—possessing; mat—my; punyanam—virtuous merit; parinatih—(reached a) culmination; aho—oh; netrayoh—eyes; sannidhatte—appears before.
Oh! My good deeds have reached their culmination: Krishna has appeared before my eyes! The moon of His face is made doubly refreshing by its sweet tenderness, and He sprinkles me with the current of nectar dropping note by note from the holes of His flute. He is the object of my words, which, though mad, are fortunate [to be describing Him].