CC Madhya 2.36
tadāsmākaṁ ceto madana-hatakenāhṛtam abhūt
punar yasminn eṣa kṣaṇam api dṛśor eti padavīṁ
vidhāsyāmas tasminn akhila-ghaṭikā ratna-khacitāḥ
yadā — when; yātaḥ — entered upon; daivāt — by chance; madhuripuḥ — the enemy of the demon Madhu; asau — He; locana-patham — the path of the eyes; tadā — at that time; asmākam — our; cetaḥ — consciousness; madana-hatakena — by wretched Cupid; āhṛtam — stolen; abhūt — has become; punaḥ — again; yasmin — when; eṣaḥ — Kṛṣṇa; kṣaṇam api — even for a moment; dṛśoḥ — of the two eyes; eti — goes to; padavīm — the path; vidhāsyāmaḥ — we shall make; tasmin — at that time; akhila — all; ghaṭikāḥ — indications of time; ratna-khacitāḥ — bedecked with jewels.
“ ‘If by chance the transcendental form of Kṛṣṇa comes before My path of vision, My heart, injured from being beaten, will be stolen away by Cupid, happiness personified. Because I could not see the beautiful form of Kṛṣṇa to My heart’s content, when I again see His form I shall decorate the phases of time with many jewels.’
This verse is spoken by Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī in the Jagannātha-vallabha-nāṭaka (3.11) of Rāmānanda Rāya.