He has a diary, a tiara, a pet he adores and an obsession with a famous teenage boy.

Not really dear but dear Voldemort,

Yeah, you read it right. V-O-L-D-E-M-O-R-T.
I guess you should get a letter too since you’ve become a really famous villain.
I think I can understand a bit of your complex personality and the turmoils and insecurities you must have felt. I understand the struggle and obsession with being powerful and known. Not being able to trust anyone and trying to be the one-man army always.
But I wish Dumbledore was able to change Tom Riddle, and stop him from becoming you. I wish he was there to show you that you can be known and powerful by being GOOD too, not all villains stay in the hearts of people but good people are always remembered. It’s just that no one was there to guide you. I can’t say what you did to Harry’s parent’s or anyone else was right.
No. It. Was. Totally. Wrong.

But I wish there was a way to return Harry his lost childhood, return Sirius his lost years which he could’ve spent with his family and Harry, return the Weasley family to the wholesome six_bros+a_sis, return all the people the lost memories which could’ve been good and wonderful if it wasn’t for you.

You did all of them wrong.
I wish someone had shown you the good in the world. Just because you weren’t brought up the way you wanted to be doesn’t mean the world suffers…
There are lot of things I wish for but alas, the world isn’t a wish-granting factory.

From a Forever Potterhead
Pinky Bishnoi

You aren’t the most hated villain. It’s Umbridge.
And you should’ve realised Avada Kedavra doesn’t work all times. Sometimes Expelliarmus can do its magic too