A 21-year-old poet has published her second book reflecting on the effects of living with borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Hailing from Kidderminster, Luna Ferguson has released 'Baby's Breath' following the success of her debut collection 'Borderline'.

Both works offer an intimate exploration of her life with the disorder, shedding light on not only the challenges of living with it, but also the triumphs.


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Ferguson's journey extends beyond her personal experiences.

She is currently working on a project to challenge the stigma that will provide a platform for others to share their experiences and advocate for awareness of mental health.

Ferguson's latest release transports readers into a world of fantasy with themes inspired by goddesses and fairies.

It explores the power of imagination as a means of dealing with reality.

The young poet said her work aims to "not only share my own experiences but also amplify the voices of those who may feel unheard".

The two books are independently published, from writing and editing to designing the covers, giving Ferguson a "level of autonomy and dedication (that) reflects my passion for storytelling and my determination to share my voice with the world".

Through her poetry, the writer has said she hopes to inspire others to "pursue their passions and speak their truths."