CC Antya 18.7

kabhu bhāvonmāde prabhu iti-uti dhāya
bhūme paḍi’ kabhu mūrcchā, kabhu gaḍi’ yāya
Word for word: 
kabhu — sometimes; bhāva-unmāde — in the madness of ecstatic love; prabhu — Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; iti-uti — here and there; dhāya — runs; bhūme paḍi’ — falling on the ground; kabhu mūrcchā — sometimes unconscious; kabhu — sometimes; gaḍi’ yāya — rolls on the ground.
Translation: 
He sometimes ran here and there in the madness of ecstasy and sometimes fell and rolled on the ground. Sometimes He became completely unconscious.