SB 10.51.27

śrī-mucukunda uvāca
ko bhavān iha samprāpto
 vipine giri-gahvare
padbhyāṁ padma-palāśābhyāṁ
 vicarasy uru-kaṇṭake
Synonyms: 
śrī-mucukundaḥ uvāca — Śrī Mucukunda said; kaḥ — who; bhavān — are You; iha — here; samprāptaḥ — arrived together (with me); vipine — in the forest; giri-gahvare — in a mountain cave; padbhyām — with Your feet; padma — of a lotus; palāśābhyām — (which are like) the petals; vicarasi — You are walking; uru-kaṇṭake — which is full of thorns.
Translation: 
Śrī Mucukunda said: Who are You who have come to this mountain cave in the forest, having walked on the thorny ground with feet as soft as lotus petals?