SB 10.26.3

yaḥ sapta-hāyano bālaḥ
 kareṇaikena līlayā
kathaṁ bibhrad giri-varaṁ
 puṣkaraṁ gaja-rāḍ iva
Synonyms: 
yaḥ — who; sapta-hāyanaḥ — seven years of age; bālaḥ — a boy; kareṇa — with a hand; ekena — one; līlayā — playfully; katham — how; bibhrat — He held up; giri-varam — the best of mountains, Govardhana; puṣkaram — a lotus flower; gaja-rāṭ — a mighty elephant; iva — as.
Translation: 
How could this seven-year-old boy playfully hold up the great hill Govardhana with one hand, just as a mighty elephant holds up a lotus flower?