For works with similar titles, see What Sappho would have said had her leap cured instead of killing her and To Sappho.
- Sappho, a Greek poetess.
- Sappho, a Dramatic Sketch, by Catherine Grace Garnett Godwin (1824).
- Sappho, a Poetic Sketch by Letitia Elizabeth Landon (1822)
- "Sappho" (1846), a poem by Christina Rossetti. ("I sigh at day-dawn, and I sigh")
- Sappho, a German play by Franz Grillparzer translated into English as
- Sappho, A Tragedy in Five Acts, by Estelle Lewis (1875).
- "Sappho" (1890), a poem by Florence Earle Coates ("As a wan weaver in an attic dim,")
- "Sappho" (1911), a poem by Sara Teasdale published in Helen of Troy and Other Poems. ("The twilight's inner flame grows blue and deep,")
- "Sappho" (1915), a poem by Sara Teasdale published in Rivers to the Sea. ("Midnight, and in the darkness not a sound,")