In the drama monologue Chamber of My Mind, Charles talks to a close friend about a delayed response regarding an important issue.
Charles: You said you were going to do something and you didn’t. It’s not like you’re busy, unless you consider gambling, drinking and popping pills busy. Perhaps it is.
I’ve never asked you for anything in all my life. The one time I ask you to do something for me, something that matters a great deal to me, you let me down.
You throw salt into the wound when you act like everything is perfectly fine, as if nothing we spoke about only weeks prior had occurred.
I confided in you about a sensitive matter and you left me alone…waiting…to die.
Now you can rot.
You’ve made your concern crystal clear. You have forced me to decide where you are to be left inside the chamber of my mind.