What kind of geometry does #H_2S# have?
It's bent like a water molecule, but with a much sharper bond angle at the sulfur atom than water at its oxygen atom.
Water has a bond angle ofabout 104°, but in hydrogen sulfide the angle is only about 92°. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_sulfide.
This implies that in hydrogen sulfide we have bonding almost entirely with