"There is not hate I have on you"
I am glad to hear it. I was getting worried.
My issue is with the speed at which the "agam" is delivered compared with the "ort"
I am not clear on how agam and ort are working in this sentence. What is the literal meaning. Can anyone elaborate?
When I say something is 'at me', that is the normal way to say 'I have', so I have the hatred. 'On' is used for the object of the feeling, be it love, hate or any other feeling.