CC Antya 17.44
smita-karpūra tāhāte miśrita
śabda, artha, — dui-śakti, nānā-rasa kare vyakti,
pratyakṣara — narma-vibhūṣita
se — that; śrī — beautiful; mukha — by the mouth; bhāṣita — spoken; amṛta — nectar; haite — than; para-amṛta — more nectarean; smita — smiling; karpūra — camphor; tāhāte — in that; miśrita — mixed; śabda — sound; artha — meaning; dui-śakti — two energies; nānā — various; rasa — mellows; kare vyakti — express; prati-akṣara — every word; narma-vibhūṣita — full of meaning.
“Kṛṣṇa’s speech is far sweeter than nectar. Each of His jubilant words is full of meaning, and when His speech mixes with His smile, which is like camphor, the resultant sound and the deep meaning of Kṛṣṇa’s words create various transcendental mellows.