SB 12.12.52

tad vāg-visargo janatāgha-samplavo
 yasmin prati-ślokam abaddhavaty api
nāmāny anantasya yaśo ’ṅkitāni yat
 śṛṇvanti gāyanti gṛṇanti sādhavaḥ
Synonyms: 
tat — that; vāk — vocabulary; visargaḥ — creation; janatā — of the people in general; agha — of the sins; samplavaḥ — a revolution; yasmin — in which; prati-ślokam — each and every stanza; abaddhavati — is irregularly composed; api — although; nāmāni — the transcendental names, etc; anantasya — of the unlimited Lord; yaśaḥ — the glories; aṅkitāni — depicted; yat — which; śṛṇvanti — do hear; gāyanti — do sing; gṛṇanti — do accept; sādhavaḥ — the purified men who are honest.
Translation: 
On the other hand, that literature which is full of descriptions of the transcendental glories of the name, fame, forms, pastimes and so on of the unlimited Supreme Lord is a different creation, full of transcendental words directed toward bringing about a revolution in the impious lives of this world’s misdirected civilization. Such transcendental literatures, even though imperfectly composed, are heard, sung and accepted by purified men who are thoroughly honest.