Carl Brouard (5 December 1902 – November 1965) was a Haitian poet. He is best known for his compilation of poems entitled Ecrit sur du Ruban Rose.
Brouard was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In 1927, Brouard along with Jacques Roumain, Émile Roumer and others formed La Revue Indigene: Les Arts et La Vie (The Indigenous Review: Arts and Life). Following 1930, Brouard became the "official poet" of François Duvalier (Papa Doc).