Restore your system version of Perl, and don't mess with it outside of the standard OS-level upgrades. There are OS-level applications that depend upon a certain base configuration to accomplish what they do.
Instead, use something like perlbrew to manage a second (third, fourth...) Perl installation that you use for development.
If you use TimeMachine, you should be able to restore the directories in the error messages to a certain state, but that is not something I would look forward to doing by hand.
Also, please add <code>...</code> tags around your code, data, and error messages to make it easier to read. OP updated with code tags. Thanks.
Update: Glossed over the majority of the unformatted text as error text. OP has used the perlbrew route and is asking a different question.
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