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pusnanam etat punarukta-sobham
usnetardrhsor udaydn mukhendoh
krsnahvayam kiscana jlvitarh me
pusnanam—nourishing; etat—this; punarukta—faded, superfluous; sobham—luster; usna—itara—other than hot (i.e., cool); amsoh—that which possesses rays (i.e., the moon); udayan—rise, appear; mukha—indoh— moon—face; trsna—thirst; amburasim—ocean; dviguni—double; karotl—making; krsna—Krsna; ahvayam—named; kiscana—certain (person); jlvitam— life; me—of me.
With the rising of His moon-like face this certain person known as Krishna is nourishing the faded luster of the cooling moon and doubling the ocean of my thirst [to see Him]. He is my very life.