I've spent the last two days on chem sketching apps and not everything can sit in a trigonal planar with triple bonds and be stable let alone have three attached linear triple bond.
Broadly speaking it is not possible to depict 3D structure of the molecule on the paper surface and skeletal formulae are not intended to do so, they just show connections between atoms. There are special projections that can help in some simple cases, but they fail for more complicated molecules. Plus, skeletal formulae typically omit hydrogen atoms so technically they are incomplete. Have you taken any of that into account?
You are trying to treat the picture literally, which no chemist will do. The only chemically valid answer to your questions is "it can be any of hundreds, if not thousands, molecules, none of them in any way more interesting than all the other ones". Then, there is no reason to limit the answers to chemistry.