Ft. Lauderdale, Fl USA
Ken, Iambic is an unaccented syllable follow by an accented one. If two unaccented syllables follow each other, or if two accented syllables do the same, the iambic is broken. For example...
the RAG-ing (WINDS SET)-(tle in)-TO the NIGHT
(as the) RAIN-storm SLOW-(ly be)-GINS to FALL
Also, you have sentences beginning with accented syllables. That automatically kills iambic from the beginning. I've rewritten the poem to make it completely iambic. It could be better but it will show you examples of what steps to take to write in iambic, ok?
The raging winds all settle into night
As rainstorm clouds above begin to fall
In seconds all dark clouds are out of sight
While shadows dark climb silently the wall
They play and dance there in the music hall
They're merry, drunk with laughter and with joy
Soon it shall end as clocks mark final call
Their fun discarded like a broken toy
As sun creeps in, the shadows then grow small
And vanish silently behind the stall.