CC Antya 12.79

ābāra tāte bāndha’ — aiche kṛpā-vākya-ḍore
tomā chāḍi’ kebā kāhāṅ yāibāre pāre?”
Synonyms: 
ābāra — again; tāte — by that; bāndha’ — You bind; aiche — such; kṛpā — merciful; vākya — of words; ḍore — by the rope; tomā chāḍi’ — leaving You; kebā — who; kāhāṅ — anywhere; yāibāre pāre — can go.
Translation: 
“Yet You bind Your devotees again with Your sweet words. Under these circumstances, who can go anywhere?”