It went from 97 down to 87 what makes this happen and what can I do to improve my scores?
Hubscores go up and down all the time. Just keep writing quality Hubs and it will gradually get higher. Also remember that Hubscore doesn't affect traffic.
You can do this by continual participation in the hubbing community. Not just the Forums, but also Answers and questions. I hesitate to say quality hubs, but that is one criteria. Of course you should by all means try to get outside traffic. You do that by sharing your hubs, through Facebook, Stumbleupon, Digg, etc. These are the things that work for me, however there may be others that the community can share with you. Hope this works.
From taking a glance over some of your Hubs, it's clear you are writing extremely short bits of poetry or blog entries. This is not the best tactic if you want to grow a large audience or a good amount of traffic, both of which contribute to a higher HubScore.
Here're my suggestions,
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