** Please click the respective titles of poems to read each work**


"Ghosts" at Muzzle Magazine

"Song of Myself"  at HEArt -Human Equity Through Art

"Poem in which Azealia Banks Asks Me To Look into the Mirror" at STATIC

"Queen Pokou" at Brittle Paper

8 poems at The Wanderer

"Woman in an Abstract Field" at Les Amis de Beauford Delaney

"Listen" at The Stanford Arts Review

"On Hushed Sugarcane" at The Atlantic(online content)

"valentine for Sally Hemings" at The Academy of American Poets

"Apparitions"/ "Notes on Apparitions" at Winter Tangerine Review

"Nanny", "Ahou" & "Hidden Americans" at The Interlochen Review(Interlochen Arts Academy)

"Newton's First Law of Motion" at Apiary Magazine



"Ode to Liberty", The Best Teen Writing of 2012(edited and presented by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards)

"Palestine, Under the Bridge on 52nd Street",  Talking River Review



"Won't You Wrap the Night Around Me" at The Stanford Spoken Word Collective(Stanford University):

Stanford Spoken Word Collective Fall Show 2014 - do not enter Sojourner Ahebee All content is the artist's. Please do not copy, quote, or reuse without consent.


"Empire" at The Stanford Spoken Word Collective ( Stanford University):

Stanford Spoken Word Collective Winter Show 2015 - UNSEEN Sojourner Ahébée All content is the artist's. Please do not copy, quote, or reuse without consent.

"Open A World of Possible" (Written by Sojourner Ahébée, Narrated by Actress, Sarah Jessica Parker) at Scholastic, inc:

Finding the right book at the right time can light an emotional spark within children that motivates them to read more, understand more, and read joyfully. When that happens, the world opens. Everything becomes possible.

2013 National Student Poets at The National Book Festival( Washington, D.C., 2013):

The National Student Poets Program returns to the National Book Festival and will confer the nation's highest honor for youth poets presenting original work. Outstanding high school poets whose work exhibits exceptional creativity, dedication to craft and promise are selected annually for a year of service as literary ambassadors for poetry, encouraging a wide range of youth to explore and develop new creative capabilities.

Sojourner Ahébée on poetry and The National Student Poets Program: