Rupa Goswami has written this song "Gokula Mangala Vamsi". The official name of this song is Volume 6 Song 19. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami narrates Srimati Radharani’s state when she yearns to run to Madhava at night.
dhvanir udgarjati vana-gataye smara-bhupati-sasana-samsi
kim vitanosi mudhanga-vibhusana-kapatenatra vighatam
sodhum aham samayasya na samprati sakta lavam api patam
madhava-caranangustha-nakha-dyutir ayam udayati hima-dhama
ma gurujana-bhayam udgira muhur iyam abhavam dhavita-kama
tam sevitum iha pasya sanatana-paramaranya-javesam
gopa-vadhu-tatir iyam upasarpati bhanu-suta-tata-desam
(Refrain) The flute that brings auspiciousness to Gokula now thunders King Kamadeva's order to go to the forest.
(1) Why do you make a delay with these superfluous decorations? I cannot tolerate even a moment's delay!
(2) "Madhava's toenails are very splendid." “The moon is now rising!" "Don't tell me again and again how I should fear my superiors! I yearn to run to Madhava!"
(3) Look! The gopis are all going to the Yamuna's shore to serve Madhava, who is always handsomely decorated with forest flowers.