CC Antya 17.16

peṭera bhitara hasta-pada — kūrmera ākāra
mukhe phena, pulakāṅga, netre aśru-dhāra
Word for word: 
peṭera — the abdomen; bhitara — within; hasta-pada — the arms and legs; kūrmera ākāra — just like a tortoise; mukhe — in the mouth; phena — foam; pulaka-aṅga — eruptions on the body; netre — in the eyes; aśru-dhāra — a flow of tears.
Translation: 
His arms and legs had entered the trunk of His body, exactly like those of a tortoise. His mouth was foaming, there were eruptions on His body, and tears flowed from His eyes.