If you think that Perl 6 is the language of the future (and I do too), then just use it! The future is here, it's just unevenly distributed (as TimToady says).
Seriously, there are two Perl 6 compilers that are quite usable and actively developed, Rakudo and Niecza.
They aren't feature complete, but they do implement enough features to make working with them rather pleasant. Both give you many of the good Moose bits already, and in Rakudo you can already use meta object programming for more than introspection.
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