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I think to achieve the effect you've got there, you have to give up something.
You've already gotten there by giving up "natural" line breaks.
The other option would be to give up the setting of all your text in one frame. With multiple frames you could dictate the varied wrap by adjusting each frame's right edge.
Not germane to the question I know, but personally, I'd explore other ways to mix that photo and the copy. The recognizability and impact of the image are greatly diminished, and the stylist may not take kindly to having her face obliterated.
Sorry - I can't think of another way to achieve the same thing.
Looks like that is the only way!
Thanks for your comment. the document is actually A4 landscape and I only cropped out the image so as to have a smaller file size for the forum. but thanks.
You could perhaps add a fill to the frame and adust the insets and modify the frame shape to match the end of the last line.
Personally I would do it HERE the same as you do. One simplification is possible: to use 2 paragraph lines, one above and one below, so you would have to adust it only when a paragraph has more than 2 lines.
I'd try with tables. You'd need a table with each line of text though.
But at least the table can expand downwards - you'd need to manipulate the lenght of it yourself.
And set the tables to have a space before and space after of 0
Setting up table styles could make this work fairly easy.