CC Antya 4.124

tapta-vālukāya tomāra pāya haila vraṇa
calite nā pāra, kemane karilā sahana?”
Word for word: 
tapta-vālukāya — by the hot sand; tomāra — your; pāya — on the soles; haila — there were; vraṇa — blisters; calite pāra — you cannot walk; kemane — how; karilā sahana — did you tolerate.
Translation: 
“The hot sand must have blistered your soles. Now you cannot walk. How did you tolerate it?”