Solíloquy. n.s. [soliloque, Fr. solus and loquor, Lat.] A discourse made by one in solitude to himself.
The whole poem is a soliloquy: Solomon is the person that speaks: he is at once the hero and the author; but he tells us very often what others say to him. Prior.
He finds no respite from his anxious grief,
Then seeks from his soliloquy relief. Garth's Dispensatory.
If I should own myself in love, you know lovers are always allowed the comfort of soliloquy. Spectator.