CC Antya 18.63

eke prema, āre bhaya, — dviguṇa asthira
bhaya-aṁśa gela, — se haila kichu dhīra
Word for word: 
eke — on one hand; prema — ecstatic love; āre — on the other hand; bhaya — fear; dvi-guṇa — doubly; asthira — agitated; bhaya-aṁśa — the fear part; gela — disappeared; se — he; haila — became; kichu — somewhat; dhīra — sober.
Translation: 
The fisherman was affected by ecstatic love, but he was also fearful. He had thus become doubly agitated. Now that his fear had subsided, however, he had become somewhat normal.