The act or process of making verses; riming.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "verse-making" in a sentence
"He was catapulted into fame, a phenomenon — the verse-making shoemaker and farmer's boy — in demand in the drawing rooms and salons of the rich."
"For the non-scholar, Hay's group biography of the Shelleys, Byron and their circle is complete bliss: a feat of concision and clear thinking that will remind you why, all those years ago, when you were young and foolish, you were so thrilled by these writers, by their unruly credos and marvellous verse-making, by their frilled shirts and luxuriant hair."
"The Liverpool poets emerged from the culture created by the beat generation in the United States but while McGough gladly embraced the freedoms proposed by Ferlinghetti, Ginsberg, Corso and others, both in verse-making and in everyday life, he was the beat you could take home to meet mum."