Is it possible to make vim marks (e.g. mm) point to the character to which they are originally set instead of the character's original line/column location?
For example, if I type mm on the first letter of the word "politicians" (Line 1, Column 72) in the example sentence below and then delete the word "entries" and then type `m my cursor will return to the original cursor position (Line 1, Column 72) which is now the location of the letter 'a' in the word "politicians". I understand that this is the expected behavior of vim, but I would like `m to instead return me to the 'p' of politicians, even though it's Line/Column location has changed.
The 10-day block comes after anonymous changes were made to on politicians and businesses, as well as events like the Kennedy assassination.
I find my desired behavior far more useful for the way I write/edit (especially when using Vim beyond its original purpose of coding). Viemu, a plug-in which adds much of Vim's functionality to Word handles marks the way I desire. Unfortunately, Viemu is not a perfect port of Vim and I would prefer to compose all text (emails, essays etc and not just code) in Vim. Not knowing how to get Vim to treat marks in my desired way is one of the main reasons I do not use it exclusively.
Thank you in advance,
PS This is my first time posting on a stackexchange/superuser so please forgive me if I have not followed the proper format/protocol for asking a question and please correct me.