CC Madhya 5.52

‘āre adhama! mora bhagnī cāha vivāhite
vāmana hañā cāṅda yena cāha ta’ dharite’
Word for word: 
āre adhama — O most degraded one; mora — my; bhagnī — sister; cāha — you want; vivāhite — to marry; vāmana — a dwarf; hañā — being; cāṅda — the moon; yena — as if; cāha — you want; ta’ — certainly; dharite — to capture.
Translation: 
The son said, “Oh, you are most degraded! You want to marry my sister, just like a dwarf who wants to catch the moon!”