CC Antya 18.72

ati-dīrgha śithila tanu-carma naṭkāya
dūra patha uṭhāñā ghare ānāna nā yāya
Synonyms: 
ati-dīrgha — very much elongated; śithila — slackened; tanu — body; carma — skin; naṭkāya — hanging; dūra patha — long distance; uṭhāñā — lifting; ghare — home; ānāna — bringing; yāya — was not possible.
Translation: 
The Lord’s body was stretched, and His skin was slack and hanging loose. To lift Him and take Him the long distance home would have been impossible.