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SB 11.30.38

yasyātma-yoga-racitaṁ na vidur viriñco
 rudrādayo ’sya tanayāḥ patayo girāṁ ye
tvan-māyayā pihita-dṛṣṭaya etad añjaḥ
 kiṁ tasya te vayam asad-gatayo gṛṇīmaḥ
Synonyms: 
yasya — whose; ātma-yoga — by the personal mystic power; racitam — produced; na viduḥ — they do not understand; viriñcaḥ — Lord Brahmā; rudra-ādayaḥ — Śiva and others; asya — his; tanayāḥ — sons; patayaḥ — masters; girām — of the words of the Vedas; ye — who are; tvat-māyayā — by Your illusory potency; pihita — covered; dṛṣṭayaḥ — whose vision; etat — of this; añjaḥ — directly; kim — what; tasya — of Him; te — of You; vayam — we; asat — impure; gatayaḥ — whose birth; gṛṇīmaḥ — shall say.
Translation: 
Neither Brahmā nor his sons, headed by Rudra, nor any of the great sages who are masters of the Vedic mantras can understand the function of Your mystic power. Because Your illusory potency has covered their sight, they remain ignorant of how Your mystic power works. Therefore, what can I, such a low-born person, possibly say?