SB 10.23.22

śyāmaṁ hiraṇya-paridhiṁ vanamālya-barha-
 dhātu-pravāla-naṭa-veṣam anavratāṁse
vinyasta-hastam itareṇa dhunānam abjaṁ
 karṇotpalālaka-kapola-mukhābja-hāsam
Synonyms: 
śyāmam — dark blue in complexion; hiraṇya — golden; paridhim — whose garment; vana-mālya — with a forest garland; barha — peacock feather; dhātu — colored minerals; pravāla — and sprigs of buds; naṭa — like a dancer upon the stage; veṣam — dressed; anuvrata — of a friend; aṁse — upon the shoulder; vinyasta — placed; hastam — His hand; itareṇa — with the other; dhunānam — twirling; abjam — a lotus; karṇa — upon His ears; utpala — lilies; alaka-kapola — with hair extending over His cheeks; mukha-abja — upon His lotuslike face; hāsam — having a smile.
Translation: 
His complexion was dark blue and His garment golden. Wearing a peacock feather, colored minerals, sprigs of flower buds, and a garland of forest flowers and leaves, He was dressed just like a dramatic dancer. He rested one hand upon the shoulder of a friend and with the other twirled a lotus. Lilies graced His ears, His hair hung down over His cheeks, and His lotuslike face was smiling.