CC Madhya 7.144-145

bahu stuti kari’ kahe, — śuna, dayā-maya
jīve ei guṇa nāhi, tomāte ei haya
more dekhi’ mora gandhe palāya pāmara
hena-more sparśa’ tumi, — svatantra īśvara
Synonyms: 
bahu — many; stuti — prayers; kari’ — presenting; kahe — says; śuna — kindly hear; dayā-maya — O greatly merciful Lord; jīve — in the living entity; ei — this; guṇa — quality; nāhi — there is not; tomāte — in You; ei — this; haya — is; more dekhi’ — by seeing me; mora gandhe — from smelling my body; palāya — runs away; pāmara — even a sinful man; hena-more — such a person as me; sparśa’ — touch; tumi — You; svatantra — fully independent; īśvara — the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Translation: 
The brāhmaṇa Vāsudeva continued, “O my merciful Lord, such mercy is not possible for ordinary living entities. Such mercy can be found only in You. Upon seeing me, even a sinful person goes away due to my bad bodily odor. Yet You have touched me. Such is the independent behavior of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.”