CC Madhya 15.60

kibā mora kathāya mane bhrama hañā gela!
kibā kona jantu āsi’ sakala khāila?
Word for word: 
kibā — or; mora kathāya — when I was thinking like that; mane — in the mind; bhrama hañā gela — I was mistaken; kibā — or; kona jantu — some animal; āsi’ — coming; sakala khāila — ate everything.
Translation: 
“She began to wonder whether there had actually been anything on the plate in the first place. Then again she thought that some animal might have come and eaten everything.