I stand and look,
but do not see,
Oh where oh where can my friend be.
I whinnie then neigh, thereís no reply,
And others cannot tell me why.
I know, I look in
our special place,
But of my friend, thereís still no trace.
Perhaps theyíve left him in his stall,
I look, but there is empty wall.
The woods I search,
and on the trail,
And even the wash rack rail.
Heíll be back; heíll know the time,
When we all hear the dinner chime.
Alas, my friend you
must be lost,
Weíll post rewards at any cost.
And when night falls, we will all pray,
That soon to home youíll find your way.
Until that time,
again face to face,
In that field where we love to race,
Iíll hold your memory so very dear,
Close in my heart, please have no fear.
Iíll not forget
the times we shared,
The times we played, the times we cared,
The gentle breezes, the light rain mist,
And the mornings we were both sun-kissed.