śrībāsa-bacana śrabaṇa koriyā
śoka parihari’ mṛta śiśu rākhi’
hari-rase dilo mana
Hearing these words of Śrīvāsa Paṇḍita, all those chaste and faithful ladies gave up their lamentation for the dead son, because Śrīvāsa had satisfied their minds by informing them of the transcendental mellows of Lord Hari.
śrībāsa takhana ānande mātiyā
aṅgane ailo punaḥ
nāce gorā-sane sakala pāsari’
Then Śrīvāsa again came out into the courtyard and, overwhelmed with joy, resumed dancing with Lord Caitanya and loudly sang the glories of the Son of Nanda Mahārāja, completely forgetting about what had just happened.
cāri daṇḍa rātre mārilo kumāra
aṅgane keho nā jāne
śrī-nāma-maṅgale tṛtīya prahara
rajanī atīta gāne
The boy had expired only 1-1/2 hours after dark, but out in the courtyard no one had known anything due to the loud kīrtana. Then for 9 hours there was continuous chanting of the auspicious holy names. Thus the entire night had elapsed in this ecstatic singing.
kīrtana bhaṅgile kohe gaura-hari
āji keno pāi duḥkha
bujhi ei gṛhe kichu amaṅgala
ghaṭiyā harilo sukha
Then the kīrtana stopped, and Lord Gaurahari said, “Why am I feeling some unhappiness today? I can understand that something inauspicious has happened in this house which has robbed Me of My bliss.”
tabe bhakta-jana nibedana kore
śuni’ gorā rāya bole hāya hāya
marame pāinu byathā
Then the devotees related to the Lord the story of the death of Śrīvāsa’s son. Hearing this news, the Lord loudly exclaimed, “Oh no! What has happened? Now the core of My heart has become pierced with so much unbearable pain!”
keno nā kohile āmāre takhana
snehete mājilo tabe
“Why didn’t you inform Me of this calamity when it had just happened?” Now, Bhaktivinoda has completely lost himself in the affection that he Lords shows to His own devotees.