CC Antya 19.46

“nā jānis prema-marma,vyartha karis pariśrama,
tora ceṣṭā — bālaka-samāna
tora yadi lāg pāiye,
tabe tore śikṣā diye,
emana yena nā karis vidhāna
Word for word: 
jānis — you do not know; prema-marma — the purport of loving affairs; vyartha karis — you baffle; pariśrama — all labor; tora ceṣṭā — your activities; bālaka-samāna — like the childish activities of a boy; tora yadi lāg pāiye — if I get the opportunity to meet you; tabe — then; tore — unto you; śikṣā diye — I shall give some lessons; emana — like this; yena — so that; karis vidhāna — will not make arrangements.
Translation: 
“Providence, you do not know the purport of loving affairs, and therefore you baffle all Our endeavors. This is very childish of you. If We could catch you, We would give you such a lesson that you would never again make such arrangements.