CC Madhya 3.141

doṅhāra darśane duṅhe ha-ilā vihvala
keśa nā dekhiyā śacī ha-ilā vikala
Word for word: 
doṅhāra darśane — in seeing one another; duṅhe — both of them; ha-ilā — became; vihvala — overwhelmed; keśa — hair; — not; dekhiyā — seeing; śacī — mother Śacī; ha-ilā — became; vikala — agitated.
Translation: 
Upon seeing each other, they both became overwhelmed. Seeing the Lord’s head without hair, mother Śacī became greatly agitated.