Her name and legacy has been hijacked by transnational jihadi-takfiris who have named two magazines after her. The first, Al-Khansa', was published briefly by Al-Qa'ida in Saudi Arabia, the original Al-Qa'ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) before it was dismantled by Saudi security and military forces between 2003 and 2006. Currently, the shadowy transnational jihadi-takfiri media outlet Al-Somood has published two issues of a new magazine dedicated to women in their war entitled Hafidat Al-Khansa' (Granddaughters of Al-Khansa').
Her collection (Diwan) is available for purchase at FADAK BOOKS (an online Arabic book retailer that I recommend).
Below is a brief selection from one of her elegies:
Of the most generous man, Sakhr;
And he cried it so loud
That far and wide he was heard.
It wounded me so painfully
That in my misery I looked like a drunken person.
The first rays of the sun remind me of him
And every evening when the sun sets
I mourn for him”