CC Antya 1.182

rāya kahe, — “lokera sukha ihāra śravaṇe
abhīṣṭa-devera smṛti maṅgalācaraṇe”
Synonyms: 
rāya kahe — Rāmānanda Rāya says; lokera — of the people in general; sukha — happiness; ihāra śravaṇe — in hearing such poetic expressions; abhīṣṭa-devera — of the worshipable Deity; smṛti — remembrance; maṅgala-ācaraṇe — in the performance of auspiciousness in the beginning.
Translation: 
Rāmānanda Rāya said, “Instead of joking, people in general will feel great pleasure in hearing such poetry, for the initial remembrance of the worshipable Deity invokes good fortune.”