From homeless to published poet, Buffalo man with cerebral palsy defies all obstacles

Tyrone Huston was born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y. and was born premature with a diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy. In 2013, at 21 years old, Huston had found himself at The Buffalo City Mission, the homeless shelter for men. Huston has overcome obstacles that some of us will never know in our lifetime in such a short amount of time. Local do-gooder Kate Tolley runs a Christmas Blessing every year to help others during Christmastime and raised enough funds to purchase a laptop for Huston to build his dream of being a poet. Here she shares more about her friendship with Huston and how he has defied all obstacles.


“One thing I know about Tyrone Huston since knowing him is he has always been loving, had a positive outlook to his situation no matter what it looked like, and a heart of gratitude!

As a sophomore in high school Tyrone had taken a an interest in writing, and has since built a career as a performing poet and spoken word artist in Buffalo’s Arts community. Since then while going through homelessness, overcoming physical disabilities, and all that life has thrown him Tyrone has self published 3 books and received 2 award nominations. Tyrone’s most recent works that he published is NOW ON AMAZON!!!! titled: Nameless.

Please if you are looking to support someone who is more than deserving, looking for a new read of inspiration look no further.

I am a better person for having get to know Tyrone!”

The collection of work is unique in that it purposefully utilizes no title to give the reader the extra task of critical thinking and exploration of their own creative depths.

You can purchase Tyrone’s new book here: www.amazon.com/Nameless-Tyrone-Huston/dp/B089M1H3GL.

 

 

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