CC Madhya 2.91
kari’ kichu kariluṅ varṇana
ihā-madhye mari yabe, varṇite nā pāri tabe,
ei līlā bhakta-gaṇa-dhana
ei antya-līlā-sāra — the essence of the antya-līlā (Lord Caitanya’s pastimes at the end); sūtra-madhye — in the form of a synopsis; vistāra — expansion; kari’ — doing; kichu — something; kariluṅ varṇana — have described; ihā-madhye — in the meantime; mari — I die; yabe — when; varṇite — to describe; nā pāri — not able; tabe — then; ei līlā — these pastimes; bhakta-gaṇa-dhana — the treasure of the devotees.
In this chapter I have to some extent described the essence of the pastimes of Lord Caitanya at the end. If I die in the meantime and cannot describe them in detail, at least the devotees will have this transcendental treasure.