CC Antya 17.64

eka-dine yata haya bhāvera vikāra
sahasra-mukhe varṇe yadi, nāhi pāya pāra
Word for word: 
eka-dine — in one day; yata haya — as many as there are; bhāvera — of ecstasy; vikāra — transformations; sahasra-mukhe — Anantadeva, who possesses thousands of mouths; varṇe yadi — if describes; nāhi pāya — cannot reach; pāra — the limit.
Translation: 
Even Anantadeva, who possesses thousands of mouths, cannot fully describe the ecstatic transformations that Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu experienced in a single day.