CC Madhya 21.139
tāhā haite ati sumadhura
āpanāra eka kaṇe, vyāpe saba tribhuvane,
daśa-dik vyāpe yāra pūra
madhura haite su-madhura — sweeter than sweet; tāhā haite — than that; su-madhura — still sweeter; tāhā haite — than that; ati su-madhura — still much more sweet; āpanāra — of Himself; eka kaṇe — by one particle; vyāpe — spreads; saba — all; tri-bhuvane — throughout the three worlds; daśa-dik — ten directions; vyāpe — spreads; yāra — whose; pūra — the city of Kṛṣṇa’s beauty.
“The beauty of Kṛṣṇa’s smile is the sweetest feature of all. His smile is like a full moon that spreads its rays throughout the three worlds — Goloka Vṛndāvana, the spiritual sky of the Vaikuṇṭhas, and Devī-dhāma, the material world. Thus Kṛṣṇa’s shining beauty spreads in all ten directions.