CC Ādi 3.66

sadopāsyaḥ śrīmān dhṛta-manuja-kāyaiḥ praṇayitāṁ
vahadbhir gīr-vāṇair giriśa-parameṣṭhi-prabhṛtibhiḥ
sva-bhaktebhyaḥ śuddhāṁ nija-bhajana-mudrām upadiśan
sa caitanyaḥ kiṁ me punar api dṛśor yāsyati padam
Synonyms: 
sadā — always; upāsyaḥ — worshipable; śrīmān — beautiful; dhṛta — who accepted; manuja-kāyaiḥ — the bodies of men; pranayitām — love; vahadbhiḥ — who were bearing; giḥ-vāṇaiḥ — by the demigods; giriśa — Lord Śiva; parameṣṭhi — Lord Brahmā; prabhṛtibhiḥ — headed by; sva-bhaktebhyaḥ — unto His own devotees; śuddhām — pure; nija-bhajana — of His own worship; mudrām — the mark; upadiśan — instructing; saḥ — He; caitanyaḥ — Lord Caitanya; kim — what; me — my; punaḥ — again; api — certainly; dṛśoḥ — of the two eyes; yāsyati — He will go; padam — to the abode.
Translation: 
“Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu is always the most worshipable Deity of the demigods, including Lord Śiva and Lord Brahmā, who came in the garb of ordinary men, bearing love for Him. He instructs His own pure devotional service to His own devotees. Will He again be the object of my vision?”
Purport: 

This verse is Prathama Śrī Caitanyāṣṭaka 1, from the Stava-mālā of Śrīla Rūpa Gosvāmī.