CC Antya 4.153

tāhāte āmāra aṅge kaṇḍu-rasā-rakta cale
tomāra aṅge lāge, tabu sparśaha tumi bale
Word for word: 
tāhāte — over and above this; āmāra — my; aṅge — on the body; kaṇḍu-rasā — from wet, itching sores; rakta — blood; cale — runs; tomāra aṅge lāge — touches Your body; tabu — still; sparśaha — touch; tumi — You; bale — by force.
Translation: 
“Moreover, blood is running from infected itching sores on my body, smearing Your body with moisture, but still You touch me by force.