With a writer's free will, I've changed the story a bit, because the fact is convincing me that after he left Gokul, Krishna never looked back to his childhood place and no royal family member ever met Radha and Yashoda afterward! Krisna respected each and every woman's wish in his lifetime, including the love of his sister Subhadra and Draupadi! Being such a sensitive lover, how he will be able to forget or neglect his childhood mother and lover? Not convincingly logical!
Is it the writers' delight to write about the longing in that eternal love? or is it my desire to try to define the magical longing of Radha for her Krishna? Is it a mere writer's dream or a God's committed bonding with his Radha? I feel, he maintained the relationship with Radha throughout his life, though not physically, but in thoughts! There is always an emotional bonding between them, which I adore most!