CC Antya 7.126

“āmi ajña jīva, — ajñocita karma kailuṅ
tomāra āge mūrkha āmi pāṇḍitya prakāśiluṅ
Word for word: 
āmi — I; ajña jīva — a foolish living being; ajña-ucita — fit for a fool; karma — activity; kailuṅ — I have done; tomāra āge — before You; mūrkha — a fool; āmi — I; pāṇḍitya prakāśiluṅ — have tried to demonstrate learning.
Translation: 
Vallabha Bhaṭṭa admitted, “I am a great fool, and indeed I have acted like a fool by trying to demonstrate my learning to You.