SB 12.9.31-32

tasmin pṛthivyāḥ kakudi prarūḍhaṁ
 vaṭaṁ ca tat-parṇa-puṭe śayānam
tokaṁ ca tat-prema-sudhā-smitena
 nirīkṣito ’pāṅga-nirīkṣaṇena
atha taṁ bālakaṁ vīkṣya
 netrābhyāṁ dhiṣṭhitaṁ hṛdi
abhyayād ati-saṅkliṣṭaḥ
 pariṣvaktum adhokṣajam
Synonyms: 
tasmin — in that water; pṛthivyāḥ — of land; kakudi — on the raised place; prarūḍham — growing up; vaṭam — the banyan tree; ca — and; tat — of it; parṇa-puṭe — within the slight depression of the leaf; śayānam — lying; tokam — the child; ca — and; tat — for himself; prema — of love; sudhā — like nectar; smitena — with a smile; nirīkṣitaḥ — being looked upon; apāṅga — of the corner of His eyes; nirīkṣaṇena — by the glance; atha — then; tam — that; bālakam — infant; vīkṣya — looking upon; netrābhyām — by his eyes; dhiṣṭhitam — placed; hṛdi — within his heart; abhyayāt — ran forward; ati-saṅkliṣṭaḥ — greatly agitated; pariṣvaktum — to embrace; adhokṣajam — the transcendental Supreme Lord.
Translation: 
In that vast sea he again saw the banyan tree growing on the tiny island and the infant boy lying within the leaf. The child glanced at him from the corner of His eyes with a smile imbued with the nectar of love, and Mārkaṇḍeya took Him into his heart through his eyes. Greatly agitated, the sage ran to embrace the transcendental Personality of Godhead.