If the image is placed on the page:
Drag the symbol at top right corner into a paragraph before as the first line is ignored when text is wrapped.
I would suggest to save all settings (text wrapping, exact position of an anchroed object, etc.) in an Object Styles as it makes it easier to make global adjustments later.
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I have read so much incoherent babble about anchored text that I was going nuts. Your answer is nothing like any other solutions provided by Adobe or on the Forums, yet it is so simple and logical. It works perfectly.
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Text wrap works differently for anchored objects than it does for un-anchored. If the object is anchored inline, text wrap affects text from the anchor position onward, but for custom positioned anchored objects, such as you are showing in the screen shot, the wrap only affects text in lines that follow the line containing the anchor. Note that Willi has anchored the frame at the end of the paragraph preceding the one that is wrapped.