CC Antya 4.189

vāsudeva — galat-kuṣṭhī, tāte aṅga — kīḍā-maya
tāre āliṅgana kailā hañā sadaya
Synonyms: 
vāsudeva — Vāsudeva; galat-kuṣṭhī — suffering from leprosy; tāte — over and above that; aṅga — the body; kīḍā-maya — full of worms; tāre — him; āliṅgana — embracing; kailā — You did; hañā sa-daya — being merciful.
Translation: 
“You embraced the leper Vāsudeva, whose body was fully infected by worms. You are so kind that in spite of his condition You embraced him.