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Poem for Lingzi Lu left at Copley Square Memorial

Digital image of a poem left at the Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square. The poem is dedicated to Lingzi Lu .There is a message at the end of the poem that states "please contribute to B.U.'s Lingzi Lu scholarship."

Memorial Crosses for Krystle Campbell, Lu Lingzi, Sean Collier, and Martin Richard at Copley Square Memorial

Digital image of a set of memorial crosses left at the Boston Marathon memorial in Copley Square. Each cross memorializes Krystle Campbell, Lu Lingzi, Sean Collier, and Martin Richard. The crosses feature red hearts and plastic roses.

Boylston Street firehouse

Photograph of the Boylston St. firehouse, with signs reading "Boston Fire E33, L15 Remember the Victims of the Boston Marathon, 4-15-13," and naming those who lost their lives: Sean Collier, Lu Lingzi, Martin Richard, and Krystle Campbell.

Signs on Boylston Street firehouse

Closeup of signs on the Boylston St. firehouse, reading "Boston Fire E33, L15 Remember the Victims of the Boston Marathon, 4-15-13," and naming those who lost their lives: Sean Collier, Lu Lingzi, Martin Richard, and Krystle Campbell.

Tribute to victims at Boston Marathon Copley Square memorial

Photograph of crosses bearing the names of Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and Krystle Campbell, along with their pictures, at the Boston Marathon Copley Square memorial. The crosses are surrounded by stuffed animals and flowers.

Photographer at Boston Marathon Copley Square memorial

A man taking a photo of crosses bearing the names of Martin Richard, Lingzi Lu, and Krystle Campbell at the Boston Marathon Copley Square memorial. The crosses are surrounded by stuffed animals and flowers.

Rolling Stone remixed Dzhokhar Tsarnaev covers: images of Martin Richard, Krystle Campbell, Lingzi Lu, and Sean Collier. Images tweeted by Channing Tatum.

Four images created as alternatives to Rolling Stone's Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover. Images of Martin Richard ("Martin William Richard"), Krystle Campbell, Lingzi Lu, Sean Collier ("Sean A. Collier"). Image circulated on Twitter and other social networks. Rolling Stone's August 1, 2013 issue (which was published in late July 2013) featured a…