CC Antya 15.67
vṛndāvane nāce mayūra-caya
akalaṅka pūrṇa-kala, lāvaṇya-jyotsnā jhalamala,
citra-candrera tāhāte udaya
muralīra — of the flute; kala-dhvani — the low vibration; madhura — sweet; garjana — thundering; śuni — hearing; vṛndāvane — in Vṛndāvana; nāce — dance; mayūra-caya — the peacocks; akalaṅka — spotless; pūrṇa-kala — the full moon; lāvaṇya — beauty; jyotsnā — light; jhalamala — glittering; citra-candrera — of the beautiful moon; tāhāte — in that; udaya — the rising.
“The luster of Kṛṣṇa’s body is as beautiful as the glow of a spotless full moon that has just risen, and the vibration of His flute sounds exactly like the sweet thundering of a newly formed cloud. When the peacocks in Vṛndāvana hear that vibration, they all begin to dance.