CC Madhya 12.213

bāndhulīra phula jini’ adhara suraṅga
īṣat hasita kānti — amṛta-taraṅga
Word for word: 
bāndhulīra phula — a kind of red flower named bāndhulī; jini’ — conquering; adhara — chin; su-raṅga — buff color; īṣat — mild; hasita — smiling; kānti — luster; amṛta — nectar; taraṅga — waves.
Translation: 
The chin of the Lord, tinged with buff color, conquered the beauty of the bāndhulī flower. This increased the beauty of His mild smiling, which was like lustrous waves of nectar.