CC Madhya 14.87

śuṣka-tarka-khali khāite janma gela yāṅra
tāṅre līlāmṛta piyāo, — e kṛpā tomāra
Synonyms: 
śuṣka-tarka — of dry logic; khali — oil cakes; khāite — eating; janma — the whole life; gela — passed; yāṅra — of whom; tāṅre — him; līlā-amṛta — the nectar of Your pastimes; piyāo — You caused to drink; e — this; kṛpā — mercy; tomāra — Your.
Translation: 
“Logic is like a dry oil cake from which all the oil has been extracted. The Bhaṭṭācārya passed his life in eating such dry cakes, but now You have made him drink the nectar of transcendental pastimes. It is certainly Your great mercy upon him.”