Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 30, Text 02

SB 10.30.2

aksipta-cittah pramada rama-pates
 tas ta vicesta jagrhus tad-atmikah
As the cowherd women remembered Lord Krsna, their hearts were overwhelmed by His movements and loving smiles, His playful glances and enchanting talks, and by the many other pastimes He would enjoy with them. Thus absorbed in thoughts of Krsna, the Lord of Rama, the gopis began acting out His various transcendental pastimes.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura describes the following charming exchange between Krsna and the gopis:
“Krsna said to a gopi, ‘My dear land lily, are you going to offer your honey to this very thirsty honeybee or not?’
“The gopi replied, ‘My dear bee, the husband of the lilies is the sun, not the bee, so why are You claiming that my honey belongs to You?’
“But My dear lily, the very nature of you lilies is that you don’t give your honey to your husband, the sun, but rather to your paramour, the bee.’ The gopi, defeated by the words of Krsna, laughed and then gave Him her lips as honey to drink.”
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti also describes the following conversation:
“Krsna said to a gopi, ‘Ah, I can understand that as you approached this nipa tree standing here, you were bitten by an audacious snake. Its venom has already reached your chest, but since you are a respectable maiden you haven’t asked Me to cure you. Still I’ve come, being merciful by nature. Now, while I massage your body with My hands, I’ll chant a mantra to counteract the serpent’s poison.’
“The gopi said, ‘But, my dear snake charmer, no snake has bitten me. Go massage the body of some girl who actually has suffered a snakebite.’
“‘Come now, My dear respectable girl, from your trembling voice I can tell that you are experiencing a feverish reaction to poisoning. Knowing this, if I don’t take care of you I’ll be guilty of killing an innocent woman. So let Me treat you.’
“With this, Krsna applied His fingernails to the gopi’s chest.”
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