My experience of the death started from my grandfather.
6 years ago, I received a phone call from my grandmother when I was had the other phone call with my friend. She says my grandpa is dead with a sob.
I didn't felt sad at that time. After I hung up the phone from my grandma, I just keep chatting with my friend.
1 year later, my aunt passed away when we on the way for the family trip (because of cancer). I remember my father was really sad, but I was not as sad as he did.
In 2013, my uncle had renal Failure complications, he left his two children and passed on. There was a time, I felt our family is cursed.
I didn't expect that my grandfather (my mom's dad) pass away just one year later my uncle. And it was before my Bachelor graduation.
This year, my grandmother just pass away in February.
So, after experiencing these deaths, if you ask me about reimagining the death for ourselves or lovers, I might not give the correct answer for this.
However, I have learned that nothing is immortal, grasp every opportunity to love and stay with people who you love is really important.
Say or express your love them every time and every moment, that you will less regret when you lose them someday.