CC Antya 1.146
mudhā mā rodīr me kuru param imām uttara-kṛtim
tamālasya skandhe vinihita-bhuja-vallarir iyaṁ
yathā vṛndāraṇye ciram avicalā tiṣṭhati tanuḥ
akārunyaḥ — very cruel; kṛṣṇaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; yadi — if; mayi — unto Me; tava — your; āgaḥ — offense; katham — how; idam — this; mudhā — uselessly; mā rodīḥ — do not cry; me — for Me; kuru — do; param — but afterwards; imām — this; uttara-kṛtim — final act; tamālasya — of a tamāla tree; skandhe — the trunk; vinihita — fixed upon; bhuja-vallariḥ — arms like creepers; iyam — this; yathā — as far as possible; vṛndā-araṇye — in the forest of Vṛndāvana; ciram — forever; avicalā — without being disturbed; tiṣṭhati — remains; tanuḥ — the body.
“[Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī said to Her constant companion Viśākhā:] ‘My dear friend, if Kṛṣṇa is unkind to Me, there will be no need for you to cry, for it will not be due to any fault of yours. I shall then have to die, but afterwards please do one thing for Me: to observe My funeral ceremony, place My body with its arms embracing a tamāla tree like creepers so that I may remain forever in Vṛndāvana undisturbed. That is My last request.’ ”
This verse is Vidagdha-mādhava 2.47.