CC Antya 1.144
taha taha rundhasi bali-aṁ jaha jaha ca-idā palāemhi
dhari-a — capturing; paḍicchanda-guṇam — the quality of an artistic picture; sundara — O most beautiful one; maha — My; mandire — within the heart; tumam — You; vasasi — reside; taha taha — that much; rundhasi — You block; bali-am — by force; jaha jaha — as much as; ca-idā — being disturbed; palāemhi — I try to escape.
“ ‘O dearly beautiful one, the artistic loveliness of Your picture is now impressed within My mind. Since You are now living within My mind, wherever I wish to run because I am agitated by impressions of You, I find that You, O My friend, are blocking My way.”’
This verse (Vidagdha-mādhava 2.33) is written in the Prakrit language, not in Sanskrit. When transformed into Sanskrit, it reads as follows:
tathā tathā ruṇatsi balitaṁ yathā yathā cakitā palāye
The meaning is the same, but the native language is different. It was spoken to Kṛṣṇa by Madhumaṅgala as he read Him a letter from Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī.