As attracted as I am to the idea of the Soliloquy, I have to say I like the theme here more than the piece itself, which I know sounds odd. I think this theme would have been fun to play around with and it sounds that way in the beginning but the chords that eventually show up in the left hand messed it up for me. The 16th notes that first show up in measure 18 and onward are also distracting. I don't like those parts. Your music has always been hit or miss for me. This one was a miss.
I tried to listen to your previous piano soliloquies for comparison but only the eighth would play for me. The others in the Archives seem to be inaccessible. Which is really unfortunate because I wanted to look for the Soliloquies that I liked the most and point out the aspects of them that made them better for me. If that issue is fixed I'll try and sift through it all (no small task given the sheer amount of your output on this site) and pick those out. Now that I have more free time than usual I'll give a shot at a third soliloquy myself.
I like it. Very peaceful and not long. In my opinion it doesn't really leave much of an impression. There's not really a melody, just sustained chord tones with minimal movement. Which is totally fine if you intend it to be atmospheric and laid back. It works well that way, which is why I like it. I'm sure your composition teacher will give you better feedback than lil ole me, but thank you for sharing it.
I wrote this piece not too long ago for my composition teacher, who asked me to write something for just two instruments. The sheet music isn't very detailed right now, but I'll attach it anyways. Let me know what you think!