SB 10.39.46-48

tasyotsaṅge ghana-śyāmaṁ
 pīta-kauśeya-vāsasam
puruṣaṁ catur-bhujaṁ śāntam
 padma-patrāruṇekṣaṇam
cāru-prasanna-vadanaṁ
 cāru-hāsa-nirīkṣaṇam
su-bhrūnnasaṁ caru-karṇaṁ
 su-kapolāruṇādharam
pralamba-pīvara-bhujaṁ
 tuṅgāṁsoraḥ-sthala-śriyam
kambu-kaṇṭhaṁ nimna-nābhiṁ
 valimat-pallavodaram
Synonyms: 
tasya — of Him (Ananta Śeṣa); utsaṅge — on the lap; ghana — like a rain cloud; śyāmam — dark blue; pīta — yellow; kauśeya — silk; vāsasam — whose garment; puruṣam — the Supreme Lord; catuḥ-bhujam — with four arms; śāntam — peaceful; padma — of a lotus; patra — like the leaves; aruṇa — reddish; īkṣaṇam — whose eyes; cāru — attractive; prasanna — cheerful; vadanam — whose face; cāru — attractive; hāsa — smiling; nirīkṣaṇam — whose glance; su — beautiful; bhrū — whose eyebrows; ut — raised; nasam — whose nose; cāru — attractive; karṇam — whose ears; su — beautiful; kapola — whose cheeks; aruṇa — reddish; adharam — whose lips; pralamba — extended; pīvara — stout; bhujam — whose arms; tuṅga — raised; aṁsa — by His shoulders; uraḥ-sthala — and chest; śriyam — beautified; kambu — like a conchshell; kaṇṭham — whose throat; nimna — low; nābhim — whose navel; vali — lines; mat — having; pallava — like a leaf; udaram — whose abdomen.
Translation: 
Akrūra then saw the Supreme Personality of Godhead lying peacefully on the lap of Lord Ananta Śeṣa. The complexion of that Supreme Person was like a dark-blue cloud. He wore yellow garments and had four arms and reddish lotus-petal eyes. His face looked attractive and cheerful with its smiling, endearing glance and lovely eyebrows, its raised nose and finely formed ears, and its beautiful cheeks and reddish lips. The Lord’s broad shoulders and expansive chest were beautiful, and His arms long and stout. His neck resembled a conchshell, His navel was deep, and His abdomen bore lines like those on a banyan leaf.