Note on yesterday's entry: as usual, there are slightly different versions available of this poem too. The only real variation seems to occur in the first stanza. The title also appears to be quite interchangeably "Solitude", "Solitude: An Ode", or "Ode on Solitude".
How happy he, who free from care
The rage of courts, and noise of towns;
Contented breathes his native air,
In his own grounds.
Which version of the poem is better? I think the changes in the first two lines clearly create a different "message" for the stanza.