CC Antya 1.190
vraja-bhuvi kutaḥ prāpto mādyan mataṅ-gaja-vibhramaḥ
ahaha caṭulair utsarpadbhir dṛg-añcala-taskarair
mama dhṛti-dhanaṁ cetaḥ-koṣād viluṇṭhayatīha yaḥ
saha-cari — O My dear friend; nirātaṅkaḥ — without fear; kaḥ — who; ayam — this; yuvā — young man; mudira-dyutiḥ — as effulgent as a lightning cloud; vraja-bhuvi — in the land of Vraja, Vṛndāvana; kutaḥ — from where; prāptaḥ — obtained; mādyan — being intoxicated; matam-gaja — like an elephant; vibhramaḥ — whose pastimes; ahaha — alas; caṭulaiḥ — very unsteady; utsarpadbhiḥ — with wanderings in all directions; dṛk-añcala-taskaraiḥ — by the glances of His eyes like thieves; mama — My; dhṛti-dhanam — the treasure of My patience; cetaḥ — of the heart; koṣāt — from the core; viluṇṭhayati — plunders; iha — here in Vṛndāvana; yaḥ — the person who.
“ ‘My dear friend, who is this fearless young man? He is as bright as a lightning cloud, and He wanders in His pastimes like a maddened elephant. From where has He come to Vṛndāvana? Alas, by His restless movements and attractive glances He is plundering from the vault of My heart the treasure of My patience.’
This verse (Lalita-mādhava 2.11) is spoken by Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī to Her friend Lalitādevī.