This is an anthology collected by Dewi Roberts. The pieces (poetry and prose) all relate to rivers, lakes and reservoirs in Wales. He has chosen work by some of Wales' best-known writers and those who have written about Wales. Includes full-colour photographs taken by Phil Cope. Dyma gasgliad Dewi Roberts o farddoniaeth yn ymwneud ag afonydd, llynnoedd a chronfeydd d r. Ceir yn y gyfrol hon weithiau gan awduron a beirdd mwyaf adnabyddus Cymru. Mae'r rhan fwyaf yn yr iaith Saesneg, ond ceir ambell ddarn Cymraeg yn ogystal. Cynhwysir lluniau lliw o waith Phil Cope. Dewi Roberts has drawn together a rich combination of poetry, prose and photographs that show the inland waters of Wales in all their manifestations. They include Vernon Watkins noise of waters falling, the demented stream Ruth Bidgood sees, and the Ystwyth likened to a fussy old aunt or a Nogood Boyo, depending on its state. There is work from current poets and those from the past, like Charles Kingsleys lament for Mary the cattle-girl on the sands of Dee, and William Wordsworths sweet inland murmur heard near Tintern Abbey. The rivers Dee, Teifi, and Cleddau; Llyn Tegid and Llyn Brenig; these and many more flow through the book. There is a selection, too, on our drowned valleys. Phil Copes photographs are visual poems. He sees harbours and still waters, and a multitude of bridges, glorious estuaries and tiny babbling streams, and TRESPASSERS WILL BE PROSECUTED shouts Liverpool Corporation under the waters of Tryweryn, and the floodwaters carry away the people of Capel Celyn.