SB 3.30.12

kuṭumba-bharaṇākalpo
 manda-bhāgyo vṛthodyamaḥ
śriyā vihīnaḥ kṛpaṇo
 dhyāyañ chvasiti mūḍha-dhīḥ
Synonyms: 
kuṭumba — his family; bharaṇa — in maintaining; akalpaḥ — unable; manda-bhāgyaḥ — the unfortunate man; vṛthā — in vain; udyamaḥ — whose effort; śriyā — beauty, wealth; vihīnaḥ — bereft of; kṛpaṇaḥ — wretched; dhyāyan — grieving; śvasiti — he sighs; mūḍha — bewildered; dhīḥ — his intelligence.
Translation: 
Thus the unfortunate man, unsuccessful in maintaining his family members, is bereft of all beauty. He always thinks of his failure, grieving very deeply.