ROMEO: Yes, and by doing so. she recklessly wastes her beauty! She hoards it from future generations!
She's sworn off love, and that promise has left me alive but dead, living only to talk about it now.
BENVOLIO: Take my advice—don't think about her.
ROMEO: Oh, teach me how to forget to think!
BENVOLIO: Let your eyes wander freely. Examine other beauties.
ROMEO: That will only make me realize how much more beautiful she is.
A blind man can't forget the eyesight he lost.
...Show me any beautiful girl. How can her beauty not remind me of the one whose beauty surpasses hers?
Goodbye, cousin. you can't teach me to forget.
BENVOLIO: I'll show you how, or else die owing you that lesson.