CC Madhya 2.64
gaja-yuddhe vanera dalana
prabhura haila divyonmāda, tanu-manera avasāda,
bhāvāveśe kare sambodhana
matta-gaja — mad elephant; bhāva-gaṇa — symptoms of ecstasy; prabhura — of the Lord; deha — body; ikṣu-vana — sugarcane forest; gaja-yuddhe — in the fight of the elephants; vanera — of the forest; dalana — trampling; prabhura — of the Lord; haila — was; divya-unmāda — transcendental madness; tanu-manera — of the mind and body; avasāda — despondency; bhāva-āveśe — on account of absorption in ecstasy; kare — does; sambodhana — addressing.
The body of the Lord was just like a field of sugarcane into which the mad elephants of ecstasy entered. There was a fight amongst the elephants, and in the process the entire field of sugarcane was destroyed. Thus transcendental madness was awakened in the body of the Lord, and He experienced despondency in mind and body. In this ecstatic condition, He began to speak as follows.