CC Madhya 21.131
- vipulāyatāruṇa, madana-mada-ghūrṇana,
- mantrī yāra e dui nayana
- lāvaṇya-keli-sadana, jana-netra-rasāyana,
- sukhamaya govinda-vadana
vipula-āyata—broad and spread; aruṇa—reddish; madana-mada—the pride of Cupid; ghūrṇana—bewildering; mantrī—ministers; yāra—whose; e—these; dui—two; nayana—eyes; lāvaṇya-keli—of pastimes of beauty; sadana—home; jana-netra-rasa-āyana—very pleasing to the eyes of everyone; sukha-maya—full of happiness; govinda-vadana—the face of Lord Kṛṣṇa.
“Kṛṣṇa has two reddish, widely spread eyes. These are ministers of the king, and they subdue the pride of Cupid, who also has beautiful eyes. That face of Govinda, which is full of happiness, is the home of the pastimes of beauty, and it is very pleasing to everyone’s eyes.