Serbian Symbolist and Moderna poet who is known for Okovane Slogove (published in 1918) and other works.
He was a literary critic for a publication called The Bosnian Muse.
He served in the Serbian army and became an Austro-Hungarian prisoner of war in 1915.
He was born into a family in Belgrade and studied at the city's Grande Ecole.
He was a member of an early twentieth-century group of pessimistic authors that included fellow Serbian poet Milan Rakic.