There should be a utility available in your system called find2perl. This utility takes same kind of arguments as find and creates a alternative perl script of the find command. So, we need to re-direct the output of this command to a file and then run the file to get the desired output.
For ex, if your find command is:
find . -newer f1
you give this as:
find2perl . -newer f1 > test.pl
Now, run this perl script, the output of which will be the same as you had expected with your find command: