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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.47.48
ka utsaheta santyaktum
anicchato 'pi yasya śrīr
ańgān na cyavate kvacit
kaḥ — who; utsaheta — can bear; santyaktum — to give up; uttamaḥśloka — with Lord Kṛṣṇa; saḿvidam — intimate talks; anicchataḥ — not wanted; api — even though; yasya — whose; śrīḥ — the supreme goddess of fortune; ańgāt — the body; na cyavate — does not let go of; kvacit — ever.
Who can bear to give up intimate talks with Lord Uttamaḥśloka? Although He shows no interest in her, Goddess Śrī never moves from her place on His chest.
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