CC Antya 4.47

durdaive sevaka yadi yāya anya sthāne
sei ṭhākura dhanya tāre cule dhari’ āne
Word for word: 
durdaive — by chance; sevaka — the servant; yadi — if; yāya — goes; anya sthāne — to another place; sei ṭhākura — that master; dhanya — glorified; tāre — him; cule — by the hair; dhari’ — capturing; āne — brings back.
Translation: 
“If by chance a servant falls down and goes somewhere else, glorious is that master who captures him and brings him back by the hair.