This manga is one of a kind; it has an actual plot, compared to most yaoi mangas, and actual character development, which is also a rarity amongst the yaoi subgenre.
The first story is dark, but not overly and uselessly cruel or violent. It's sweet and simple (well, not sweet, but you get the idea). A unassuming priest chases a thief and ends up following him to a cult.
The second one is about a guy with a talking flower. I'll just let you read it without much else in mind.
Things I liked/What there is to like:
-The dark overtone is subtle yet effective in both stories
(more so in the first one). It is more of a psychological drama than a ''yaoi fetish'' book;
-It is an actual thing with a plot and characters that aren't tools for a fujoshi's fetish/mxm sex, etc. It felt like real people with real scenarios and growth. And they happened to be guys, not the other way around;
-The background characters seemed interesting and had some screentime (not that much though) other than being plot devices. They seemed like real people even with them not having much screen time. And they didn't seem like copy-paste random NPC character (you know the look);
-It's pretty bittersweet, but not overly dramatic in a unrealistic way. It isn't in your face annoyingly so about the sadness/tragedy of it all;
-The art is most definitely consistent, detailed and unique. Even the background have lots of details and don't feel like they were an afterthought;
-A weird point, but there are female characters. It's somehow pretty rare for female characters to be there in yaoi mangas,so I'm just saying it.
What I didn't like/What there is to like (because I believe everything should have their faults listed even when it's really good):
-The background characters could have had a bit more screen time and generally have been more developped;
-A longer and slower paced story (especially with the first one) would have made it infinitely better and more interesting. And more effective giving the dark and eerie tone of the manga;