Look, children!
Let's rush out!

"Another 'oh, look!' verse. Parents everywhere, including Japan, encourage their children to sit at the window and watch the hail. They wouldn't think of letting them go out there to be in it. Not only did Basho let them go out in it, he excitedly called them to rush out to feel the hailstones hit their faces. Of course, he wasn't a parent. He knew what the children would want to do, and with the passion of the storm itself, he calls to them, 'Let's rush out!' He was what all of us wish we were, the child grown up with the spirit of the child intact."