CC Antya 12.31

śuni’ nityānanda-prabhura ānandita mana
uṭhi’ śivānande kailā prema-āliṅgana
Word for word: 
śuni’ — hearing; nityānanda-prabhura — of Lord Nityānanda; ānandita — very pleased; mana — mind; uṭhi’ — standing up; śivānande — unto Śivānanda Sena; kailā — performed; prema — in love; āliṅgana — embracing.
Translation: 
When Lord Nityānanda heard this, He was very happy. He rose and embraced Śivānanda Sena in great love.