I work in Python. Recently, I discovered a wonderful little package called fn. I've been using it for function composition.
For example, instead of:
(F() >> foo >> bar >> baz)(x) .
(-> x foo bar baz) .
You can't replicate the exact syntax, but you can make something similar:
def f(*args): result = args for func in args[1:]: result = func(result) return result
Seems to work:
>>> f('a test', reversed, sorted, ''.join) ' aestt'