CC Antya 4.187

‘lālyāmedhya’ lālakera candana-sama bhāya
sanātanera klede āmāra ghṛṇā nā upajāya”
Synonyms: 
lālya — of the maintained child; amedhya — stool and urine; lālakera — of the maintainer; candana-sama — like sandalwood pulp; bhāya — appears; sanātanera — of Sanātana Gosvāmī; klede — unto the moisture of the sores; āmāra — My; ghṛṇā — hatred; — not; upajāya — arises.
Translation: 
“The stool and urine of the maintained child appear like sandalwood pulp to the mother. Similarly, when the foul moisture oozing from the sores of Sanātana touches My body, I have no hatred for him.”