Ouch, that's not what we wanted to see!
Lets get a closer look to confirm.... luckily this valve cover is pretty easy to remove. Just unbolt the coils, remove both coils and both plug wires, remove the two vapor hoses, then remove the six bolts holding the valve cover on (and one holding the throttle cable, if it is still present). Then give the valve cover a few taps with a mallet and it should pull up without too much effort.
Then you can get a better look at what is going on in there... if you broke a rocker, if a valve spring or retainer broke, etc. Note that there are small metal spacers that go on the rocker shafts that sometimes deteriorate too which would not be a major issue if that is the case... this is why we want to get a better look to be sure.
If there is any sort of valve train damage, then the ideal solution would be to either pull the head and take it to a machine shop for refurbishing, or purchase an already rebuilt head to replace it with.
Again before we go down that path though lets get the valve cover pulled off and see if we can confirm that failure more precisely so we can determine if it would be relative to your no-start condition