SB 12.12.52

tad vāg-visargo janatāgha-samplavo
 yasmin prati-ślokam abaddhavaty api
nāmāny anantasya yaśo ’ṅkitāni yat
 śṛṇvanti gāyanti gṛṇanti sādhavaḥ
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.
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.