Romeo and Juliet

To what two things does Romeo compare his intention to kill himself in Juliet's tomb?

Act 5 scene 3

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I obviously do not have the same version of the play that you do. However, in Scene iii, he tells Balthasar that he is going into the tomb to get a ring from Juliet's hand. He also says that his intents are savage wild and more "fierce and more inexorable than empty tigers or the roaring sea."