CC Antya 15.65

kaha, sakhi, ki kari upāya?
kṛṣṇādbhuta balāhaka,
mora netra-cātaka,
nā dekhi’ piyāse mari’ yāya
Synonyms: 
kaha — please tell; sakhi — My dear friend; ki kari upāya — what shall I do; kṛṣṇa — Kṛṣṇa; adbhuta — wonderful; balāhaka — cloud; mora — My; netra — eyes; cātaka — like cātaka birds; dekhi’ — without seeing; piyāse — from thirst; mari’ yāya — are dying.
Translation: 
“My dear friend, please tell Me what I should do. Kṛṣṇa is as attractive as a wonderful cloud, and My eyes are just like cātaka birds, which are dying of thirst because they do not see such a cloud.