SB 10.58.36

varaṁ vilokyābhimataṁ samāgataṁ
 narendra-kanyā cakame ramā-patim
bhūyād ayaṁ me patir āśiṣo ’nalaḥ
 karotu satyā yadi me dhṛto vrataḥ
Synonyms: 
varam — suitor; vilokya — seeing; abhimatam — agreeable; samāgatam — arrived; narendra — of the King; kanyā — the daughter; cakame — desired; ramā — of the goddess of fortune; patim — the husband; bhūyāt — may become; ayam — He; me — my; patiḥ — husband; āśiṣaḥ — hopes; analaḥ — the fire; karotu — may it make; satyāḥ — true; yadi — if; me — by me; dhṛtaḥ — sustained; vrataḥ — my vows.
Translation: 
When the King’s daughter saw that most agreeable suitor arrive, she immediately desired to have Him, the Lord of Goddess Rāma. She prayed, “May He become my husband. If I have kept my vows, may the sacred fire bring about the fulfillment of my hopes.