Many waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown it. Solomon's Song: Chapter 8 Verse 7. A look into past generations of requites love. Set in the 1850's, this love story illustrates the purity of Godly desires, with the reward of true love and fulfillment in life. October 6, 1855...a gentle breeze was blowing the weeping willow branches of the trees standing on the banks of the huge lake. Savannah Baldwin, sitting on the porch of the stately home place never tired of the beauty of her favorite trees. Reflecting on her surroundings, she heard the front door open and turned to see her granddaughter, Elizabeth, carrying a tray of lemonade and a plate of almond scones. Elizabeth was the one person Savannah adored most in the world. "There is something I need to tell you, Elizabeth. It concerns your mother and father, God rest their souls. It isn't a pleasant story but it's important that you know." But the talk never happened. Instead, Savannah Elizabeth Baldwin, at the age of 70, died in her sleep on October 7th.