This answer is written with the thought that the only thing that you’ll allow is a push/pull HST variant - but do consider that you could just do a regular upper/lower split, full body training either with HST or some else program, or really anything imaginable
The original HST follows a well thought layout;
It’s logical, it starts with the legs and goes from a bigger movement to a smaller one
What you seem to have done is that you have picked a shitton of exercises and put them in with little thought of order and reason
Do you really need bench, CGB, Incline dumbbell bench, dips and pec deck on your push day?
Why is there a bicep curl wandering in the middle of your pull day?
Both days look decent for the first couple of exercises (say 3-4) but after that you seem to have lost interest and you just showed a bunch of stuff in
What I’d suggest us that you take a good look on how HST was laid out originally and go from there.
If you want to split it up to two days you can afford to do 2 exercises for certain muscle groups instead of one. So, for example your push day could be:
2 Quad movements
1-2 Chest movements
1-2 Shoulder movements
1 tricep movement
1 calf movement
Here I’d have you choose wether you have a poor chest or poor shoulders. The weaker one gets two exercises
And your pull day could be
2 Hamstring movements
2 Back movements
1 trap/rear delt movement
1 Bicep movement
1 ab movement
So as an example (modify as needed)
Seated calf raise
Now again, this is just one example. It may not work for you and you should modify it to fit your needs. It’s here just to show how you could put such program together