CC Antya 19.48

are vidhi akaruṇa,dekhāñā kṛṣṇānana,
netra-mana lobhāilā mora
kṣaṇeke karite pāna,
kāḍi’ nilā anya sthāna,
pāpa kaili ‘datta-apahāra’
Synonyms: 
are — oh; vidhi — Providence; akaruṇa — most unkind; dekhāñā — showing; kṛṣṇa-ānana — the beautiful face of Kṛṣṇa; netra-mana — mind and eyes; lobhāilā — have made greedy; mora — My; kṣaṇeke karite pāna — drinking only for a moment; kāḍi’ nilā — took it away; anya sthāna — to another place; pāpa kaili — have performed a most sinful act; datta-apahāra — taking back things given in charity.
Translation: 
“O Providence, you are so unkind! You reveal the beautiful face of Kṛṣṇa and make the mind and eyes greedy, but after they have drunk that nectar for only a moment, you whisk Kṛṣṇa away to another place. This is a great sin because you thus take away what you have given as charity.