SB 10.62.15

tam ahaṁ mṛgaye kāntaṁ
 pāyayitvādharaṁ madhu
kvāpi yātaḥ spṛhayatīṁ
 kṣiptvā māṁ vṛjinārṇave
Synonyms: 
tam — Him; aham — I; mṛgaye — am seeking; kāntam — lover; pāyayitvā — having made drink; ādharam — of His lips; madhu — the honey; kva api — somewhere; yātaḥ — has gone; spṛhayatīm — hankering for Him; kṣiptvā — having thrown; mām — me; vṛjina — of distress; arṇave — in the ocean.
Translation: 
It is that lover I search for. After making me drink the honey of His lips, He has gone elsewhere, and thus He has thrown me, hankering fervently for Him, into the ocean of distress.