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Shri Chaitanya Shataka
jive purnodaya yatah
karunaya ha ha ravair prarthanam
he he krishna kripa-nidhe! bhava mahadavagni dagdhan janan
trahi trahi mahaprabho! svakripaya bhaktim nijam dehy alam
maivam gaura-hareh sada prakurute dinaika-nathah prabhuh
jive-on the living entity; purna-udaya-by the full rising; yatah-by which; karunaya-by mercy; ha ha ravaih-with the sounds Ha! Ha!; prarthanam-praying; he he-O! O!; krishna-O Krishna; kripa-nidhe-O ocean of mercy!; bhava-birth and death; mahadavagni-great forest fire; dagdhan-burning; janan-people; trahi trahi-protect, protect!; mahaprabho!-O great Master!; sva-kripaya-by Your own mercy; bhaktim-devotion; nijam-own; dehi-give; alam-enough of this; ma-not; evam-thus; gaura-hareh-Lord Gaurana; sada-always; prakurute-behaved; dina-miserable; eka-only; nathah-protector; prabhuh-Mater.
Shri Gaurachandra is fully manifesting His mercy on the fallen souls out of compassion by always praying to Krishna, 'O Krishna! O ocean of mercy! Please protect the living entities who are burnt in the forest fire of the material world. Kindly give them Your own wealth of prema-bhakti.' No one but Shri Shacinandana, who is the deliverer of the fallen and only shelter of the poor is able to pray in such a way.