idam te mukhambhojam atyanta-nilair
vrtam kuntalaih snigdha-raktais’ ca gopya
muhus cumbitam bimba-raktadharam me
manasy avirastam alam laksa-labhaih
O Lord, Your lotus face, which is encircled by locks of soft black hair tinged with red, is kissed again and again by mother Yasoda, and Your lips are reddish like the bimba fruit. May this beautiful vision of Your lotus face be ever manifest in my heart. Thousands and thousands of other benedictions are of no use to me.
The fifth verse of the Damodarashtakam describes the transcendental beauty of Yashodanandan Sri Krishna. His curly locks of hair and lips as red as bimba fruits are described to be extremely beautiful, being the essence of all that can be described as beautiful. However, what makes Sri Krishna the most attractive is his loving relationship with his devotees. Various other forms of the Lord are also very beautiful, but there are no devotees in Vaikuntha dham, where all of Lord Vishnu’s associates are serving him in the mood of Dasya bhava, who kiss the lotus face of the Lord again and again. This good fortune is only there for the Vrajavasis who are attached to Sri Krishna as their son, friend or beloved, oblivious of his position as the Supreme Lord. Being the abode of unfathomable parental love for Sri Krishna, mother Yashoda kisses his face again and again, considering him to be just her son and showering him with all her affection. Similarly, the Gopis of Vraja have Sri Krishna completely under the control of their sublime love and are his dear most beloveds. Devi Laxmi herself prays to achieve the good fortune of the Gopis and enter their Rasa Dance with the Lord, but has not yet attained entry into the Rasamandali and is therefore still performing austerities. Therefore, Satyavrata Muni is saying that he desires for no other benediction but the vision of the Lotus face of Vrajendranandan Sri Krishna, the embodiment of complete sweetness and the object of the love of all the rasik devotees.