Rupa Goswami has written this song “Madhava Ghore Viyoga Tamasi”. The official name of this song is Volume 6 Song 32; Prosita Preyasi. This song is taken from the book Stavamala. In this song, Rupa Goswami describes the state of Srimati Radha in separation from Lord Krsna.
madhava ghore viyoga-tamasi nipapata radha
vidhura-malina-murtir adhikam adhirudha-badha dhruva
kurvati kila kokila-kule ujjvala-kala-nadam
jaiminir iti jaiminr iti jalpati savisadam
nila-nalina-malyam ahaha viksya pulaka-vita
garuda garuda garudety abhirauti parama-bhita
lambhita-mrga-nabhim aguru-kardamam anu dina
dhyayati siti-kantham api sanatanam anulina
Refrain: Her body filled with pain, grief-stricken Radha has fallen, O Madhava, into the terrible darkness of separation from You.
(1) Now that with beautiful sweet voices the cuckoos lament, "jaimini jaimini,"
(2) When She sees a garland of blue lotuses She mistakes it for a black snake. Frightened, and the hairs of Her body erect, She cries out, "Garuda! Garuda!"
(3) When She sees musk or aguru, the poor girl thinks the god of love has appeared. To chase him away She becomes rapt in meditation on love's enemy, the peacock.