Rabbit Hole #1 - Judy The last words of each line = Red head butt I = Red head beauty = Judy You are somewhere in Judy, Kentucky (just outside of Bourbon County where the Bourbon Red turkey originated)
Rabbit Hole #2 - Fallen Apple Fifth chapter is "Falling Apples" Bourbon Red turkeys don't really "fly". So maybe they fall like an apple? An apple falling has a pointy head and a leaf in its butt, and would cover about 4"x 4" after splatting on the ground. HA!
Rabbit Hole #3 - The Sidecar You are a bourbon sidecar sitting on a 4"x 4" coaster at the Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee
Rabbit Hole #4 - The Kiser and a Peacock
I googled "Bourbon County, Kentucky" and narrowed my search to within the county lines
The first line of the poem has 27 characters
The second line of the poem has 18 (with spaces)
The total poem, excluding the last line ("where am I?") is 76 characters
I found Hwy 27 in Bourbon County, which intersects with Hwy 1876 at Peacock Road and Clay Kiser road.
A Kiser has a pointy head
A peacock has feathers in it's butt!
And there's a 4x4 square in the front yard of the historic house at the intersection: 38.274375, -84.299936
That's as far as I got, and I apparently didn't get anywhere!
Last Edit: Nov 9, 2018 13:27:05 GMT -5 by Allen K.
Feathers in the tail. Pointy head, yet a Bourbon Red doesn't fly. Sounds like they are talking about a free falling bomb
I hadn't considered using a bomb. I'm sure I'm on a list now after Googling "bomb" so many times.
One idea I did put some time into was planes. Several types have bird names or nicknames. You might know the "Spruce Goose" by Howard Hughes, or the SR-71 Blackbird. Even the Grumman F-14 Tomcat was nicknamed Turkey because of how it looks on the ground with the wings folded back.