CC Antya 2.114

dvāra mānā haila, haridāsa duḥkhī haila mane
ki lāgiyā dvāra-mānā keha nāhi jāne
Word for word: 
dvāra mānā — closed door; haila — there was; haridāsa — Choṭa Haridāsa; duḥkhī — very unhappy; haila mane — became within his mind; ki lāgiyā — for what reason; dvāra-mānā — the door was closed; keha nāhi jāne — no one could understand.
Translation: 
When Junior Haridāsa heard that he had been ordered not to approach Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu, he was very unhappy. No one could understand why he had been ordered not to come.