SB 10.63.24

māheśvaraḥ samākrandan
 vaiṣṇavena balārditaḥ
alabdhvābhayam anyatra
 bhīto māheśvaro jvaraḥ
śaraṇārthī hṛṣīkeśaṁ
 tuṣṭāva prayatāñjaliḥ
Synonyms: 
māheśvaraḥ — (the fever weapon) of Lord Śiva; samākrandan — crying out; vaiṣṇavena — of the Vaiṣṇava-jvara; bala — by the strength; arditaḥ — tormented; alabdhvā — not obtaining; abhayam — fearlessness; anyatra — elsewhere; bhītaḥ — frightened; māheśvaraḥ jvaraḥ — the Māheśvara-jvara; śaraṇa — for shelter; arthī — hankering; hṛṣīkeśam — Lord Kṛṣṇa, the master of everyone’s senses; tuṣṭāva — he praised; prayata-añjaliḥ — with palms joined in supplication.
Translation: 
The Śiva-jvara, overwhelmed by the strength of the Viṣṇu-jvara, cried out in pain. But finding no refuge, the frightened Śiva-jvara approached Lord Kṛṣṇa, the master of the senses, hoping to attain His shelter. Thus with joined palms he began to praise the Lord.
Purport: 

As pointed out by Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī, it is significant that the Śiva-jvara had to leave the side of his master, Lord Śiva, and directly take shelter of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Kṛṣṇa.