CC Antya 15.73
sei nṛtye hare nārī-caya
sasmita kaṭākṣa-bāṇe, tā-sabāra hṛdaye hāne,
nārī-vadhe nāhi kichu bhaya
gaṇḍa-sthala — on the cheeks; jhalamala — glittering; nāce — dance; makara-kuṇḍala — earrings shaped like sharks; sei — that; nṛtye — dancing; hare — attracts; nārī-caya — all the women; sa-smita — with smiles; kaṭākṣa — of glances; bāṇe — by the arrows; tā-sabāra — of all of them; hṛdaye — the hearts; hāne — pierces; nārī-vadhe — for killing women; nāhi — there is not; kichu — any; bhaya — fear.
“The earrings dancing on Kṛṣṇa’s cheeks are shaped like sharks, and they shine very brightly. These dancing earrings attract the minds of all women. Over and above this, Kṛṣṇa pierces the hearts of women with the arrows of His sweetly smiling glances. He is not at all afraid to kill women in this way.