CC Antya 12.69

nityānande ājñā diluṅ gauḍete rahite
ājñā laṅghi’ āilā, ki pāri balite?
Word for word: 
nityānande — unto Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu; ājñā diluṅ — I ordered; gauḍete rahite — to stay in Bengal; ājñā laṅghi’ — transgressing My order; āilā — He has come; ki — what; pāri balite — can I say.
Translation: 
“I ordered Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu not to leave Bengal, but He has transgressed My order and come to see Me. What can I say?