CC Madhya 4.128

dhaḍāra añcale ḍhākā eka kṣīra haya
tomarā nā jānilā tāhā āmāra māyāya
Word for word: 
dhaḍāra — of the cloth curtain; añcale — by the skirt; ḍhākā — covered; eka — one; kṣīra — pot of sweet rice; haya — there is; tomarā — you; — not; jānilā — knew; tāhā — that; āmāra — of Me; māyāya — by the trick.
Translation: 
“This pot of sweet rice is just behind My cloth curtain. You did not see it because of My tricks.