CC Antya 20.156

parimala-vāsita-bhuvanaṁ sva-rasonmādita-rasajña-rolambam
giridhara-caraṇāmbhojaṁ kaḥ khalu rasikaḥ samīhate hātum
Word for word: 
parimala — with the scent; vāsita — perfumed; bhuvanam — the whole world; sva-rasa-unmādita — inspired by their own mellows; rasa-jña — devotees; rolambam — like bumblebees; giridhara-caraṇa-ambhojam — the lotus feet of Lord Giridhārī; kaḥ — who; khalu — certainly; rasikaḥ — a realized soul; samīhate hātum — endeavors to give up.
Translation: 
Realized devotees are like bumblebees maddened by their own mellows at Kṛṣṇa’s lotus feet. The scent of those lotus feet perfumes the entire world. Who is the realized soul that could give them up?