SB 1.17.36

kalir uvāca
yatra kva vātha vatsyāmi
 sārva-bhauma tavājñayā
lakṣaye tatra tatrāpi
 tvām ātteṣu-śarāsanam
Synonyms: 
kaliḥ uvāca — the personality of Kali said; yatra — anywhere; kva — and everywhere; — either; atha — thereof; vatsyāmi — I shall reside; sārva-bhauma — O lord (or emperor) of the earth; tava — your; ājñayā — by the order; lakṣaye — I see; tatra tatra — anywhere and everywhere; api — also; tvām — Your Majesty; ātta — taken over; iṣu — arrows; śarāsanam — bows.
Translation: 
O Your Majesty, though I may live anywhere and everywhere under your order, I shall but see you with bow and arrows wherever I look.
Purport: 

The personality of Kali could see that Mahārāja Parīkṣit was the emperor of all lands all over the world, and thus anywhere he might live he would have to meet with the same mood of the King. The personality of Kali was meant for mischief, and Mahārāja Parīkṣit was meant for subduing all kinds of mischief-mongers, especially the personality of Kali. It was better, therefore, for the personality of Kali to have been killed by the King then and there instead of being killed elsewhere. He was, after all, a surrendered soul before the King, and it was for the King to do what was required.