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Gojko Djogo is a Serb poet who was sentenced in 1981 to two years imprisonment in Yugoslavia for writing six poems considered slanderous of Marshal Tito.
It is said that whatever theme a poet chooses to deal with—the insignificance of a mouse or Prometheus' heroic deed—what really matters is the ways in which a certain reality, certain feelings, and certain events are transposed into a poetic image.
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