I'm afraid I don't have a whole Lost Limerick to share this morning. I had one extra poem that I struggled with for a long time yesterday, based on this Item:
A prisoner at Inverness Jail is suing Multnomah County Sheriff Bob Skipper because guards allegedly won’t allow him to wear a yarmulke.
The trick with the Limerick Challenge, of course, is that you have less room to maneuver on rhymes because you're reverse-engineering from the missing word or phrase. There are no really good rhymes for "yarmulke," as you may have guessed: there's "mocha," and "polka," and that's about it. And it didn't help that I stumbled on this rhyme for lines 3 and 4, and then couldn't get it out of my head:
So perhaps Sheriff Skipper
Should just wait for Yom Kippur--
Finally, I gave up. So consider this a homework exercise: Compose a limerick for this news story for which the point of the story is contained in the last (missing) word or phrase.